6 May 2024

Suwon Samsung → 10 games and ‘3 losses’ in the second division, which is not easy to tighten tension

By pestfood.com

“A lot of thoughts have been sorted out by today’s game.”

On the 5th, the match between Seongnam FC (Seongnam) and Suwon Samsung took place at the Tancheon Sports Complex in Seongnam, Hana Bank K League 2 (second division) 2024 10R. The result of the match was a 2-1 victory for Seongnam, its home team. Seongnam scored consecutive goals by Huiz in the 34th minute of the first half and Kim Hoon-min in the 45+8th minute of the second half to beat Suwon Samsung, where Lee Sang-min recovered one goal in the 45+10th minute of the second half.

It was a game full of disappointment to Suwon Samsung. It failed to properly target Seongnam, which was standing in a 4-4-2 formation. “It was not very dangerous except for the last loss,” Seongnam’s acting coach Choi Cheol-woo said, expressing satisfaction that the prepared strategy worked well. On the contrary, it also means that Suwon Samsung’s strategy and responsiveness during the game decreased compared to Seongnam’s.

After the game, Suwon Samsung coach Yeom Ki-hoon expressed his honest feelings. He also hinted at using simple plays rather than complicated ones. “Today’s game cleared up a lot of thoughts. Difficulties arise when the opponent gets off. We have to think about how to break through this. We need to find a way to break it down. I will also think about the two top players of Kim Hyun-soo and Mulich from now on,” Yeom Ki-hoon said.

Suwon Samsung already experienced three losses in 10 K-League 2 matches. It set an ambitious goal of promoting the team at once, but the pace did not meet its goal. FC Anyang, which ranks second as of Tuesday, played one less game than Suwon Samsung. Busan I-Park, which ranks third, is also four points behind Suwon Samsung with one less game. This proves that Suwon Samsung has never been overwhelmed in the early part of the K-League 2.

In the 2019 season, Gwangju FC (21 wins and 10 draws) was automatically promoted to No. 1 with five losses. In the 2020 season, Jeju United topped the list with three losses (18 wins and six draws), Gimcheon Sangmu ranked first with five losses (20 wins and 11 draws) in the 2021 season, Gwangju ranked first with four losses (25 wins and 11 draws) in the 2022 season, and Gimcheon ranked first with nine losses (22 wins and five draws) in the 2023 season. Except for Gimcheon last year, most of the K League 2 champions in the last five seasons have finished their seasons with less than five losses. In other words, if Suwon Samsung really set its goal of returning to the K League 1 (minor league), it should tighten the reins even more. There is no time for rest. 메이저놀이터

Suwon Samsung will play against K League 2 11R Cheonan City FC (Cheonan City) at 7 p.m. on the 11th at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Suwon. In the match against Cheonan City, a number of results should be revealed. In addition to earning three points against the lowest-ranked club, the team should also paint the tactical color that seemed faint against Seongnam more clearly. Now is the time for a colorful victory, not just a win. The team with the most obvious identity to solve the game is the most likely to be promoted straight away.