Kim Ki-dong “felt old in 90 minutes” after not laughing at a theatre goal

“I feel old in 90 minutes.”

Professional football Pohang Steelers coach Kim Ki-dong breathed a sigh of relief after a thrilling theatre goal.

Pohang won 2-1 at home against Jeju United in the 17th round of the K League 1 at the Pohang Steelyard on 6 June, thanks to Park Seung-wook’s stoppage-time winner.

“We had a lot of injuries, so we used a lot of young players, and I’m grateful to them for doing their best,” Kim said after the game.먹튀검증

With the win, Pohang moved up from fourth to second place with 30 points. Youngsters such as Lee Ho-jae, who scored the opening goal, and Kim Jun-ho stood out.

“I did a good job setting up (Lee),” Kim said, “He’s been scoring a lot of goals since the first round. The header (in the 42nd minute) should have gone in, but it was unfortunate. It was a shame that the header went in,” he said, adding, “Now Zeca really has to be nervous.” He also praised Kim Jun-ho, saying, “I hope he can break through now. He also hit one shot, but I wonder what would have happened if he was a little more greedy.”

Meanwhile, Jeju head coach Nam Ki-il accepted the defeat, saying, “Our players did their best, but it was disappointing at the end.”

The loss to Pohang ended Jeju’s eight-match unbeaten run (6 W, 2 D). The pressure is on as their next opponents are leaders Ulsan Hyundai.

Coach Nam said, “It’s unfortunate that our unbeaten streak was broken, but there are still many games left. We will quickly forget today’s defeat and prepare for the next game. Ulsan is just another opponent,” he said, vowing to rebound.