K League 1 Daegu wins first win of the season with comeback against Gwangju Gwangju 2nd consecutive loss

Gangwon, supported by BTS V, drew 1-1 with Seoul without Lingard.
Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon is encouraged by Ed who scored a goal.

Daegu FC of Pro Football K-League 1 recorded its first win of the season with a comeback in the away game against Gwangju FC.

Daegu won 2-1 in the Hana Bank K-League 1 2024 4th round away game held at Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 31st.

Daegu, which was in last place with 1 draw and 2 losses through the third round, won for the first time in four games and jumped to 8th place with 4 points.

Gwangju, which lost 0-1 to Pohang Steelers on the 17th of this month and suffered its first loss since opening the season with two consecutive wins, suffered two consecutive losses and maintained fourth place (6 points).

Gwangju, which was leading the game by showing off solid organizational skills throughout offense and defense, took the lead with a penalty kick in the 24th minute of the first half.

A penalty kick was awarded when Lee Hee-gyun was tripped by Daegu midfielder Yoshino while breaking through the center of the penalty area.

Coach Lee Jeong-hyo entrusted the kicker to rookie midfielder Moon Min-seo, born in 2004, who was from Gwangju Youth and made his league debut that day, and Moon Min-seo calmly kicked with his right foot and scored his debut goal.

After conceding one goal first, midfielder Beltola went out due to injury in the 29th minute of the first half, and Daegu, which activated the Vaselus card early, was behind throughout the game but succeeded in making up for it in extra time in the first half.

The first half ended with Kim Kang-san’s second goal of the season, his second goal of the season, hitting with his right foot after protecting the ball from being cut off by the defense.

In the second half, Gwangju used various players such as Um Ji-seong, Park Tae-jun, Beka, and Heo Yul to aim for a go-ahead goal, but Daegu scored a comeback goal in the 31st minute of the second half.

Sejinha’s cross from the left side was scored by Edgar’s diving header in front of the goal, and Daegu’s famous ‘Brazilian duo’ each scored their first attack points of the season and scored the winning goal.

Afterwards, Gwangju launched a wave of offensive attacks, but in the 35th minute of the second half, Gabriel’s right-footed shot from the right side of the penalty area missed the left side of the goal, and in the 39th minute of the second half, Beka’s right-footed shot from the center of the penalty area went up. 고스톱

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