2nd place Gimcheon, defeated Ansan 7-3, winning 4 times in a row.
Fierce competition with Busan for the lead Gyeongnam and Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province drew 1-1.
5th and 6th place with 2 points difference
K League 2 Gimpo FC is on an undefeated streak of 7 games, opening up the opportunity to challenge for promotion for the first time in the 2nd year since the founding of a professional team. 카지노사이트위키
Gimpo will be playing at Gimpo Salter Soccer Stadium on the 22nd.
In the home game of the 36th round of Hana One Q K League 2 2023 held in, they defeated Jeonnam Dragons 2-1.
Gimpo, who went undefeated in 7 games (5 wins, 2 draws), including 2 recent league wins in a row, maintained 3rd place with 59 points.
After participating in the semi-pro K3 League, Gimpo, which converted to a professional club last year and debuted in K-League 2, ranked 8th,
secured at least 5th place by being 11 points ahead of 6th place Chungbuk Cheongju (48 points) with 3 games left in the regular league this season.
5th place in K League 2 is the Maginot line to challenge for promotion.
In this season’s K League 2, each team will play 36 regular league games,
with the winning team advancing directly to the 1st Division,
the 2nd Division team advancing to the promotion play-offs against the 11th-place team in K League 1.
Here, one of the teams ranked 3rd to 5th in the K League 2 regular league will advance to the promotion play-offs against the 10th place in K League 1.
4th and 5th places will first play semi-playoffs, and then the winner will face 3rd place and win.
The team takes the ticket to the promotion and relegation playoffs.
Gimpo is behind 2nd place Gimcheon Sangmu (64 points) by 5 points, so mathematically,
there is a possibility of an upset to 2nd place.
Jeonnam ranked 7th with 47 points.
They were 3 points behind Gyeongnam FC (50 points) in 5th place.
Jeonnam took the lead first with Park Tae-yong’s left corner kick followed by Yong-jae Lee’s diving header in the 26th minute of the first half,
but Gimpo FC balanced the game with Park Gyeong-rok’s equalizing goal in the 43rd minute of the first half, and the tense situation continued.
The sending off of Jeonnam defender Kim Soo-beom in the middle of the second half became a major variable in the game.
Kim Soo-beom, who was engaged in a war of nerves with opposing player Jang Yun-ho,
hit the head of Gimpo Kim I-seok, who came to stop him, causing the first injury.
A warning was given, but it was changed to a red card through the referee’s on-field review,
putting Jeonnam at a numerical disadvantage.
Gimpo, who played one more player, eventually turned the tide in the 42nd minute of the second half.
About two minutes later, Jeonnam Valdivia took the lead.
With the same free kick, a ‘theatre-tying goal’ was almost created,
but the attacker’s foul was pointed out through video review (VAR), and the score was cancelled.
Lewis sent a low cross from the left side of the penalty area, and Kim Iseok finished with his right foot from the center to score the winning goal.
2nd place Gimcheon won 7-3 in the away game against Ansan Greeners and won 4 times in a row,
narrowing the gap with leader Busan I’Park (66 points) back to 2 points and pushing the championship race to the last minute.
Gimcheon scored a ‘shower of goals’ including Choi Byung-chan’s hat trick,
despite the absence of Cho Young-wook,
who was second in league scoring with 13 goals this season,
due to being discharged early after winning the gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games.
39, creating the game with the highest score in all of K-League 2 this year.
On this day, Gimcheon made 24 shots, 16 of which were effective shots.
Ansan, who scored 3 goals but conceded too many goals, was unable to win,
falling into two consecutive losses and finishing in last place (22 points).
At Cheongju Stadium, Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, and Gyeongnam, tied 1-1.
Gyeongnam, ranked 5th, was unable to widen the gap with the chasing teams, and Cheongju, North Chungcheong, had 2 points against Gyeongnam.
The gap jumped to 6th place and continued the pursuit.
After Lee Min-hyung’s first goal from Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province in the 13th minute of the first half,
the score hardly changed, but in the 43rd minute of the second half,
Gyeongnam balanced the game with Mo Jae-hyun’s penalty kick goal. 메이저사이트 백링크