11 April 2024

“Hui’s equalizer assist.” Seongnam’s Park Ji-won said, “I’m sad I didn’t win! I want to become a player who is dedicated to the team.”

By pestfood.com

Park Ji-won, who assisted Huis’ equalizer against E-Land FC in Seoul, expressed his feelings after the game.

Seongnam FC drew 2-2 against Seoul E-Land in the sixth round of the Hana Bank 2024 K-League 2 at Tancheon Stadium at 2 p.m. on the 10th.

Park started as a substitute in the 11th minute of the second half but replaced Kim Jung-hwan. Seongnam, which was losing 0-2, narrowed the gap to one point with Lee Joon-sang’s comeback goal in the 15th minute of the second half. Seongnam only needed one goal.

At this time, Park Ji-won came out as a troubleshooter. Park Ji-won connected a cross from the right side to Hughes with his head in the 37th minute of the second half. Hughes scored by pushing Park Ji-won’s pass as it was. Park Ji-won recorded his first help of the season. Seongnam finished with a draw with Park Ji-won’s assist.

After the match against E-Land in Seoul, he met and interviewed Park at the mixed zone in Tancheon Sports Complex. “I could have brought about enough results, but I was angry and disappointed that it was a tie. I felt I had to work harder both in terms of personal and team aspects,” Park said.

On what kind of instructions acting coach Choi Chul-woo gives, Park said, “My strength is speed, so when I enter the second half, my defenders lose their physical strength. I want them to target the back space a lot and be confident when the ball comes. I think I had good results because I followed those instructions.” 고수익알바

Finally, on his goal for the 2024 season, Park replied, “Double-digit attack points are my goal, but this is my second goal. First of all, I am trying to become a player who is committed to my team.”