“I saw the positive side that the team spirit was alive.”
These are the words of Jeonbuk Hyundai’s coach Dan Pesrescu, who achieved a huge victory at home.
Jeonbuk played its home game against Lion City Sailors (Singapore) at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on the 25th in the third match of Group F of the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) group stage and won 3-0.토스카지노
Jeonbuk, with 2 wins and 1 loss and 6 points, is in second place in Group F, following Bangkok United (6 points), which is tied but has played one less game. Lion City is in 3rd place with 1 win, 2 losses, and 3 points.
Jeonbuk scored the first goal against Lion City in the 5th minute of the first half. Jun Amano hit Lion City’s net with a left-footed mid-range ‘bullet shot’ from just outside the middle of the box. Five minutes later, Park Jin-seop also aimed for a goal from the same position, but the ball headed directly toward the goalkeeper.
Jeonbuk, which was ahead, scored a lucky goal. An own goal was scored in Lion City. In the 33rd minute of the first half, Lee Dong-jun put the ball in front of the goal from the right side. Lion City’s Lionel Tan tried to stop this by stretching out his foot, but the ball was sucked into the Jeonbuk goal against his will.
The first half ended with Jeonbuk leading 2-0. Jeonbuk scored a key goal in the 12th minute of the second half. Moon Seon-min saw a cross coming from the right and waited for the ball on the left side of the box. The ball passed the goalkeeper’s hand and fell in front of Moon Seon-min, and he calmly scored without missing the opportunity.
After the game, Jeonbuk coach Pesrescu said, “Today’s match was even more important because we lost the last game (2-3 loss to Bangkok). The players’ attitude was especially good. I think the players showed their best performance since taking office. Concentration and attitude. “I think the players were able to score goals and achieve a victory by showing a better performance,” he said.
He continued, “There were only positive aspects. Even some players who were unable to play the game showed good performances. I saw only the positive side today that the team spirit was alive.”
Regarding Petrasek’s exclusion from the list, he explained, “The injured include Hapa Silva and Petrasek. Petrasek suffered an eye injury.”
Coach Pesrescu said, “It was good that we continued to create attacking opportunities. It had the effect of preventing the opponent from advancing. Also, just because a goal was scored, we did not stand down or retreat to protect the goal. We realized again that it is important to constantly apply pressure. “He told me.
The addition of players returning from the Asian Games is also good news for Jeonbuk. Coach Pesrescu said, “We returned with good results. I hope that we will play an important role in the future schedule.”