Ulsan Hyundai, which is showing the potential of K-League champions, will go on an expedition to FC Seoul.
Ulsan will play the 3rd round of ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ with Seoul at 2:00 pm on the 12th at Seoul World Cup Stadium. After the opening, Ulsan beat Jeonbuk Hyundai (2-1 win) and Gangwon FC (1-0 win) and is on a two-game winning streak. Pohang Steelers and Seoul (above 6 points) form the lead side by side. If they beat Seoul in this round, they will be one step ahead in the lead race.
On the 5th, Ulsan defeated Gangwon in Chuncheon, which had the third star in the league, and extended their 11-year undefeated streak since 2012 to 24 games (20 wins, 4 draws), proving that they are natural enemies.
Um Won-sang flew again. In the 4th minute of the second half, he received Park Yong-woo’s fantastic roving pass, shook the opponent’s defense, and even beat the goalkeeper and shook the net. Following the match against Jeonbuk, he gave the team a valuable victory with two goals in a row. 메이저사이트
In the match against Seoul, Um Won-sang is at the forefront. Eom Won-sang is the ‘Seoul Killer’. Last year, at home on March 11 and away on June 22, he scored consecutive goals and led to two come-from-behind victories 2-1. In the third match (1-1 draw) on August 2, he assisted Bako’s goal. After wearing the Ulsan uniform, he scored three consecutive offensive points (two goals and one assist) against Seoul. Eom Won-sang, who is in the best condition, will challenge Seoul opponents for 4 points in a row.
Terrifying cannons are also waiting. Although they haven’t tasted a goal yet, Ulsan is pinning their hopes on the returning main gun Joo Min-gyu and Hungarian bomber Martin Adam.
Joo Min-kyu and Martin put pressure on the opposing defense by showing their strengths. Links with Eom Won-sang, Bako, and Esaka are gradually reviving. Park Yong-woo and Lee Kyu-seong’s backs are strong. The defense, which has not changed from last season, boasts solidity like a fortress with 2 games and 1 goal conceded. Last season’s K-League MVP Lee Chung-yong is also on the verge of returning.
Ulsan is overwhelming even in Seoul. Ulsan has been undefeated in 15 matches (11 wins, 4 draws) since a 1-0 win on April 14, 2018. I am determined to continue this pleasant jinx on this expedition.