Daegu FC finished with 2 home matches, 1 draw and 1 loss. 2 matches away from promoted teams

Daegu FC, which suffered a shocking 0-3 defeat against Ulsan on Children’s Day, added 1 point by continuing its ‘undefeated match against Daepak Pohang’ in a home game against Pohang Steelers, who were aiming to leap to the top of the league.

On the evening of May 9 at DGB Daegu Bank Park, in the last game of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 12 home two-game series, Daegu gave Pohang Grant the first goal, but Keita’s equalizer and a 1-1 draw.

Daegu, who continued the game without team ace Sejingya, used an irregular card to put Keita on the offensive line and harassed Pohang’s defense, leading to Keita’s goal, which was evaluated to have had some effect.

Opponent Pohang continued to aim for the Daegu goal to overcome the jinx of not winning even a single win at DGB Daegu Bank Park, including the league and FA Cup. fails.

They tried their best until the second half to score 3 points, but Daegu, which ended in a draw, finished in 8th place with 14 points, the same as Gwangju, which lost to Seoul.

Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon said, “We had a difficult game against Pohang, and after conceding, we pursued differently from Ulsan. We praise the fighting spirit that did not give up until the end.”

In addition, he said that he had achieved the desired result to some extent through Keita’s attack, and Park Se-jin’s performance was an achievement, and said that he plans to give Kim Young-jun and Serato more opportunities.토스카지노

With Edgar’s injury ahead of the upcoming two-game series, he added the idea to make the most of the resources he has and to focus on blocking the opponent’s attack. Daegu, which has recorded 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses in the last 5 matches , will play two consecutive away matches against the promoted team,

starting with the upcoming Saturday expedition to Gwangju and continuing to Daejeon next week  .