“It’s a shame we conceded a goal we shouldn’t have”

Suwon FC head coach Kim Do-gyun repeated the word ‘regrettable’ numerous times after suffering another defeat in two games.

After losing 1-3 at home to Ulsan Hyundai in the 17th round of the ‘Hana OneQ K League 1 2023’ at Suwon Sports Complex on the 6th, Kim said, “It was Park Joo-ho’s retirement game and a home game. We scored the first goal and lost in the second half, but there were many factors, but we also showed a decline in physical strength and had concentration problems,” Kim said.메이저놀이터

Suwon FC took the lead in the 16th minute with a lightning-quick right-footed strike from Yoon Beom-garam. They controlled Ulsan’s attack well after that, but as Kim said, they lost concentration in the second half. In the 24th minute of the second half, a clumsy turnover in the defence led to the ball being stolen by Ulsan’s Esaka Ataru. Ataru’s pass found Martin Adam, who slotted the ball home with his left foot to equalise. In the 42nd minute, from an Ulsan corner, Yoon Beom-garam tried to clear the ball and headed it into his own goal, where substitute Lee In-gyu finished. Finally, in stoppage time, the defence collapsed on Bako’s individual effort, conceding a wedge.

Kim said, “I don’t know if it’s our players’ ability or their limit, but it’s definitely disappointing as a coach to concede such a goal. We conceded three goals and we shouldn’t have,” he emphasised, adding, “It’s like the strength to hold on when you’re winning.” He sighed.

The loss was made even more disappointing by the fact that it was the retirement game for veteran midfielder Park Joo-ho. Park started the game and played close to full-time until late stoppage time.

With the loss, Suwon FC remains in ninth place with 18 points (5W, 3D, 9L). It is also their seventh straight defeat against Ulsan.

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