Baek Seung-ho made use of his attacking instinct and came out as a solver for Jeonbuk.
The ‘talent’ that Baek Seung-ho had cultivated since his days studying abroad at FC Barcelona in Spain shone once again.
On the 10th온라인카지노, in the 12th round away match against Suwon in the regular league, Baek Seung-ho led Jeonbuk’s 3-0 victory by scoring multiple goals, including the season’s beastly goal.
First, in the 40th minute when Jeonbuk was leading 1-0, Hafa Silva’s header pass was finished with a wonderful right-footed volley to score an additional goal.
In the 20th minute of the second half, in the situation of a free kick taken from the left square of the penalty area, he boldly fired a powerful direct shot and sent Suwon into the net.
Baek Seung-ho infiltrated the front whenever he had a chance and constantly harassed the Suwon defense.
Thanks to Baek Seung-ho, Jeonbuk scored 3 goals for the first time this season.
It was the hot ‘dakgong’ soccer that Jeonbuk fans, who were crying out for the resignation of the coach and general manager, wanted so much.
Baek Seung-ho of Jeonbuk scores a goal in a match against Suwon Samsung at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 10th. [yunhap news]
It was Kim Doo-hyeon, acting manager of Jeonbuk, who gave him an offensive mission.
After the game, Baek Seung-ho said, “(Director) and (Lee) Subin were in an aggressive position, and after running the ball in the ‘pocket’, he told us to link up when an infiltration pass came in. We prepared this part all week, and it worked better than we thought. It seems to have come out,” he said.
Acting Kim said, “I hoped (Baek Seung-ho) would play aggressively and play what he was originally good at, owning the ball.”
Acting Kim was well aware that midfielder Baek Seung-ho’s aggressive talent was his secret weapon that could threaten the opponent at any time.
Jeonbuk, who fell to 10th place in the relegation zone, raised their ranking to 7th place (14 points) with a victory over Suwon.
However, it is still a humiliating ranking for Jeonbuk. Jeonbuk is the most winning team in the K-League.
The problems of Jeonbuk’s attack, which were exposed at the beginning of the season, are not all covered by a win against Suwon.
The destructive power of the side is still halved compared to previous years, and foreign players seldom taste the goal.
However, Baek Seung-ho’s aggressive talent, which he proved again in the match against Suwon, can be a clue for a clear rebound.
Baek Seung-ho said, “Today (from the front) I tried to wait a little longer, take it aggressively and help the team,” and said, “I like both defensive midfielders and offensive midfielders. I think it depends on the opponent.”
He continued, “Now we are in the middle ranks, but we will prepare well from the next game against Incheon and try to win the championship.”