Ulsan Hyundai, a professional football team, won the K-League 1st and 2nd place match against FC Seoul, thanks to the performances of ‘foreign duo’ Bako (Georgia, 2 goals) and Martin Adam (Hungary, 1 goal).

Ulsan defeated Seoul 3-2 after a slugfest in the 13th round of the league home game held at Munsu Stadium in Ulsan on the 14th. Ulsan (34 points), which has won 5 consecutive wins, widened the gap with 2nd place Seoul (23 points) to 11 points and kept its sole lead. In addition, starting with a 1-0 victory on April 14, 2018, he went undefeated in 17 matches against Seoul (13 wins and 4 draws), continuing his appearance as a ‘Seoul natural enemy’. On the other hand, Seoul’s pursuit of the lead was put to a halt as bad news overlapped with head coach Ahn Ik-soo being sent off after protesting against the decision.카지노사이트

The match drew attention as it was a confrontation between the two teams boasting the best offensive power. Until the 12th round, Seoul ranked first in team scoring (25 goals) and Ulsan ranked second (23 goals). The result was Ulsan’s victory with two foreign goal scorers, Bako and Adam. Adam scored the opening goal (League 2 goal) in the 14th minute of the first half. He received Lee Myung-jae’s pass and pushed it lightly with his left foot in front of the goal. As Adam, a giant with a height of 1m91cm and a weight of 95kg, stirred up the front, the Seoul defender could not help but be very nervous. In the first minute of the second half, Kim Shin-jin of Seoul scored an equalizer (League 1 goal), and this time, ‘Technician’ Bakko stepped up. Bako gave his team a 2-1 lead two minutes later with an exquisite ‘self-volley’. Lee Gyu-seong’s pass from the right was lifted into the air with his right foot, and he connected it with a right-footed volley, shaking the net. League No. 4 goal.

Seoul struggled to catch up as coach Ahn Ik-soo was sent off in the 7th minute of the second half. Manager Ahn received a warning from the referee for expressing dissatisfaction with the touchout decision, but continued to protest and received a second warning. Bako took advantage of the chaos in Seoul and even scored the 5th goal. In the 22nd minute of the second half, he put a wedge in the game with a right-footed shot from the right side of the goal. Bako showed off his ‘Seoul Killer’ aspect by winning 9 attack points (7 goals and 2 assists) in 8 games against Seoul. In the 46th minute of the second half, Park Su-il’s mid-range shot allowed Seoul to catch up with one more goal. Top scorer Na Sang-ho (9 goals) and national striker Hwang Ui-jo (Lee Sang-seoul) were substituted in the second half, but remained silent.

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