Gangwon FC head coach Choi Yong-soo (49) expressed his sincere disappointment after failing to win again, especially after leading the atmosphere in the early stages of the second half and even scoring an equaliser, but failing to keep the momentum going due to minor mistakes such as missed passes.
Gangwon conceded an early goal in their Hana One Q K League 2023 Round 17 home match against Daejeon Hana Citizen at Songam Sports Town in Chuncheon at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, and although they came back to equalise through Park Sang-hyuk (20), they conceded a late goal to lose 1-2.
With the loss, Gangwon failed to break out of their ‘slump’ as their winless run stretched to seven matches. They remained in 11th place (2W6D9L-12P). Gangwon will face Jeonbuk Hyundai, who are on a ‘two-game winning streak’, at home in the next round.메이저사이트
Choi said at the post-match press conference, “We prepared well to bring a good result to our home fans in a home game, but we conceded two goals on the counterattack. “We brought the atmosphere in the second half, scored the equaliser and maintained a good flow, but we were blocked by minor mistakes such as missed passes,” he said.
“We tried to be aggressive in the first half and create chances, but it didn’t work because the players were passive. In the second half, we slowly picked up the pace after the substitutions and created a lot of chances, but our finishing was poor.”
Gangwon will now face Jeonbuk. Despite a 1-0 win in their previous meeting, Jeonbuk are currently in good form as they look to regain their form. “We need to recover quickly physically,” says Choi. They have a very good flow and their players have good individual abilities. We need to think more about how to prepare for them.”