Hankook Young and Jeon Jin-woo, desperate to escape the relegation zone, ran the most and fastest
Gangwon FC Korea Young ranked first in the distance of running 62.98km in five games in July
Suwon Samsung’s Jun Jin-woo recorded 36.73km/h of infiltration process before Daejeon
The most active player in professional football K League 1 came from teams in the relegation zone. Gangwon FC’s Han Kook-young ran the most distance, while Suwon Samsung’s Jeon Jin-woo ranked first in the highest speed.
According to the Korea Professional Football Federation on the 10th, the results showed that the top players in the monthly activity (physical) data category were counted based on data from each K League 1 (20-24 rounds) and K League 2 (19-24 rounds) held last month.
Activity data is an analysis of the total distance (km), maximum speed (km/h) sprints and sprint distance of K-League players using optical tracking system technology.
Hankook Young, who ranked second in the distance category overall in June, ran 62.98 kilometers in five games in July to become the No. 1 player in this category. Han played full-time in five games.
Gangwon, the lowest (12th) in the league despite its Korean Young performance, has not won for more than a month since Yoon Jung-hwan took office. Despite the team’s sluggishness, Han Kook-young was selected as the team’s K-League pick Eleven and started against Atletico Madrid.
Jung Ho-yeon (Gwangju, 57.98km) and Park Soo-il (Seoul, 57.18km) ranked second and third. Yoon Bit-garam (Suwon FC, 57km), who ranked first last month, took fourth place. Like last month, Oberdan (Pohang, 55.55km) ranked fifth.
Jeon Jin-woo, one of the main players who led Suwon Samsung (11th in the league) to rebound in July, ranked first in the highest speed. It was followed by Lee Kwang-hyuk (Suwon FC), Vaselus (Daegu), Kim Tae-hwan (Ulsan), and Lee Dong-joon (Jeonbuk).
Jeon Jin-woo ran the fastest on the ground last month in the 21st round match against Daejeon, when Suwon began to rise. In the 14th minute of the second half, when Mulich’s equalizer made it 2-2, Jeon Jin-woo recorded a maximum speed of 36.73km per hour as he penetrated past opposing defender Anton.
Lee Kwang-hyuk, who showed a fast run in a counterattack in the 23rd minute of the 22nd round against Seoul, is second with 35.69km per hour, and Vaselus, who ranked first in the category in May, is third with 35.51km per hour in the 24th round match against Daejeon.
Seoul defender Park Soo-il topped both sprint distance and number of times.
Park Soo-il, who ranked first in both sprint distance and frequency, played full-time in five games last month, recording 137 sprints and 2,931 meters in distance.
Second place Ko Jae-hyun had 123 times in five games and a distance of 2,789 meters. Wandelsson (Pohang, 118 times, 2,676m) and Vasellus (Daegu, 110 times, 2,470m) ranked third and fourth. 토토사이트