Bae Jun-ho Scores Two Goals in England’s Division League

Bae Jun-ho Scores Two Consecutive Goals in England’s Second Division League… Team Escapes from Losing Streak

Midfielder Bae Jun-ho of Stoke City in England’s second division (Championship) scored a goal in two consecutive games.

Bae Jun-ho appeared as a starter in the 35th round home game of the 2023-2024 Championship against Middlesbrough held at Bet365 Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, England on the 3rd (Korean time) and scored the first goal in the 40th minute of the first half. 카지노사이트탑

Jun-ho Bae, who scored his debut goal in England in the 34th round against Cardiff City on the 25th of last month, scored in two consecutive games.

Bae Jun-ho is a member of the FIFA U-20 World Cup semifinals,

and debuted on the European stage this season wearing a Stoke City uniform in August of last year,

solidifying his position in the team.

With this goal, he increased his season league attack points to 5 (2 goals, 3 assists).

In the 40th minute of the first half of the day, Bae Jun-ho received a pass from teammate Milion Manhoof on the left side,

overcame the defensive check, entered the center, and opened the game with a quick right-foot finish.

With Bae Jun-ho playing full-time and Lewis Baker adding a goal in the 26th minute of the second half,

Stoke City defeated Middlesbrough 2-0, breaking their recent two-game losing streak in the league.

Stoke City, with 38 points, is still in the relegation zone at 22nd place out of 24 teams,

but in the current Championship leaderboard,

from 19th place Queens Park Rangers (QPR, -12 goal difference) to Stoke City (-15 goal difference),

the points are the same at 38. am.

For Stoke City, the three points they achieved that day gave them hope to escape the relegation zone.

Middlesbrough was ranked 14th (44 points).

Midfielder Baek Seung-ho, who plays for Birmingham City in the same league,

started in the home game against Southampton on this day and played until the 23rd minute of the second half before being replaced by Alex Pritchard.

Birmingham City lost 3-4 in the second half, losing 3-4 due to one player being sent off in the second half and losing 2 games in a row.

Birmingham City, ranked 20th, currently has 38 points (goal difference -14),

so they cannot be at ease in the relegation battle.

Southampton ranked 4th with 70 points.

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