Suwon FC, a professional soccer team, has dramatically succeeded in remaining in the first division.
In the relegation playoffs against Busan, they won 6-4 in overtime, and will play in K-League 1 next season as well.
Suwon FC, who lost the first game and faced the second game under unfavorable conditions, gave up the first goal in the 15th minute of the first half and was dragged 3-1 on aggregate. 지울프-토토
The threatening shot was blocked by the goalkeeper and had the misfortune of narrowly missing the goal and hitting the back net or bouncing off the goal post.
In the end, Yoon Bit-garam’s goal was canceled for offside after a video review, and a dramatic twist unfolded with about 10 minutes remaining.
In the 34th minute of the second half, Kim Hyeon’s right-footed shot hit the crossbar and entered the goal, and Lee Young-jae’s left-footed shot
which caught the ball in front of the goal, split the net, leveling the total at 3-3.
Suwon FC took the game to overtime and dominated the field.
While Busan continued to fall behind due to low stamina
Suwon launched a wave of attacks with Lee Kwang-hyuk and Jeong Jae-yong hitting the net one after another.
Afterwards, Busan recovered by one goal, but Lopez scored a goal at the end of the game
confirming their stay in K-League 1.
The players hugged and rejoiced at the miraculous comeback, and the coach also wiped away tears.
[Lee Young-jae/Suwon FC Captain: (Coach) gave me the belief that we could do it until the end, and I imagined that we could survive with our own strength, and that it would be confidence, not arrogance… ]
[Gangwon 2:1 Gimpo/K League promotion play-off second leg]
Following Suwon FC, Gangwon FC also showed the power of K League 1.
Gangwon, who drew goalless in the first game with Gimpo FC
was able to shake off Gimpo’s pursuit at home today and play in the first division next season.
The two teams finished the first half scoreless, and Gangwon’s first goal in the 5th minute of the second half was followed by Gimpo immediately responding with a tying goal.
Gimpo’s mood plummeted in the 23rd minute of the second half when K League 2 top scorer Lewis was sent off.
In the end, Gangwon, which had a numerical advantage,
increased its offensive and put a wedge in the game with Gabriel’s non-stop shot.