SEOUL, South Korea (Yonhap) – Professional soccer’s K League 1 Suwon FC has won all three of its “Suwon Derbies” with Suwon Samsung this season to stay in 토토 10th place.Suwon FC won the 25th round of the Hana One Q K League 2023 on Friday at Suwon World Cup Stadium 2-0 thanks to back-to-back goals from Ras and Lee Seung-woo .With the win, Suwon FC (23 points) ended a run of eight games without a win (two draws and six defeats) and secured its first victory in nine matches, maintaining its 10th place position and widening the gap on 11th-placed Suwon (18 points) to five points. In addition, Suwon FC has won all three ‘Suwon Derbies’ this season, maintaining its dominance with eight wins, one draw and five losses in 15 meetings .On the other hand, Suwon, who had recently won two consecutive games to escape the bottom of the table, could not continue their upward trend as they were caught by Suwon FC. The two teams, who are both fighting for points in the race to escape the bottom of the table, had their nerves on edge from the start of the first half. Suwon FC’s Lee Seung-woo and Suwon’s Kazuki got into an argument that led to a brawl, and in the fifth minute of the first half, Lee Seung-woo pushed Kazuki hard from behind and received a yellow card. The first goal belonged to the away team .Suwon FC scored in the 26th minute off a corner kick from the left by Yoon Beom-garam, with Rath rising to head home from the right side of the goal area. It was Rath’s ninth goal of the season. With momentum on their side, Suwon scored again in first-half stoppage time, this time through Lee Seung-woo. In the 48th minute, Lee collected a pass from Jung Dong-ho and fired a right-footed shot from the right side of the penalty area into the left corner of the Suwon goal for his fourth goal of the season. After going down by two goals in the first half, Suwon tried to turn things around at the start of the second half by bringing on Gomyeol and Acosti, but to little effect Suwon FC, who held their nerve and prevented Suwon’s comeback, were left disappointed in the 18th minute of the second half when Lee Kwang-hyuk, who received a stinging pass from Lee Seung-woo, took a shot against the keeper and narrowly missed the right post Lee Kwang-hyuk continued to miss crucial scoring chances in the 27th minute, as his right-footed turning shot from the front of the penalty area off a pass from Kim Sun-min hit the right post of Suwon’s goal. Suwon tried to make up for the deficit with a last-minute offense, but could not find the back of the net and suffered a two-goal deficit .At the DGB Daegu Bank Park, leaders Ulsan Hyundai played out a goalless draw against Daegu FC, who were struck by ‘goalpost misfortune’ .While Ulsan (57 points) remained unbeaten at the top of the table with six wins and three draws in their last nine matches, Daegu (34 points) failed to secure a win in four matches (three draws and one loss) but moved up one place to sixth with a point. Ulsan squandered an early opportunity in the 36th minute when Martin Adam’s header from a corner kick was headed into the right corner of Daegu’s goal but was denied by a super save from goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon (202 games), who celebrated his 200th K League appearance earlier in the day .In the fifth minute of the second half, Uhm Won-sang’s shot from the right side of the penalty area beat the goalkeeper and Martin Adam rushed in to score, but the goal was overturned after video assistant referee (VAR) showed that Uhm Won-sang had fouled the ball earlier. Daegu, who fought back, wasted a crucial scoring chance in the 25th minute when Vaselus beat the keeper with a powerful right-footed shot from the right side of the goal area that hit the top of the crossbar. Ulsan had to settle for a draw in stoppage time when 토토 Lee Chung-yong’s left-footed shot following a nice dribble at the front of the penalty area was saved by Daegu goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon, who was out of position.
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