Jeon Byung-gwan (Daejeon Hana Citizen) missed several chances and finally scored and expressed his feelings of contributing to the team’s victory.

On the 10th at Daejeon World Cup Stadium, Daejeon, which played the 12th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023, defeated Suwon FC토토사이트 2-1. Daejeon (21 points), which added 3 points, rose to third place, beating Pohang Steelers (20 points).

Jeon Byeong-gwan, who started as the right winger for Daejeon, threatened Suwon FC’s goal with bold play that day, but his decision-making in the first half was disappointing. Suwon FC’s goalkeeper Noh Dong-gun blocked the save, and all three shots on target failed to score. In particular, in the 43rd minute of the first half, when he had a direct confrontation with the goalkeeper, the shot he hit could not break Rodong-gun.

In the second half, they finally scored. In the 11th minute of the second half, Jeon Byeong-gwan received a pass from Joo Se-jong and quickly broke through the Suwon FC camp. Then, with the penalty box in front, he hit a mid-range shot toward the other side of the goal. This shot went past goalkeeper Noh Dong-gun and shook the net. Daejeon, which widened the score to two goals with Jeon Byeong-gwan’s additional goal, was able to keep the victory even after conceding a goal to Lars in the 16th minute of the second half.

At the press conference after the match, Daejeon head coach Lee Min-seong expressed his anticipation, saying, “With Bae Jun-ho, he will become the future of Daejeon,” along with evaluations of Jeon Byung-gwan as a ‘competitive player’ and ‘a player who can improve.’

Jeon Byung-gwan, whom we met in the joint coverage area (Mixed Zone), said, “The impact and finish were not good when shooting, but Sejong (Co.), Jin-Hyeon (Lee), (Kim) Young-Wook, and even the goalkeepers gave advice. He gave me a lot of advice. There was also advice from the coaches and coaches,” he said.

However, he was not satisfied with his performance. He particularly regretted missing many scoring opportunities. When asked to evaluate his performance, he said, “I’m personally not satisfied. I had a lot of opportunities, but I couldn’t finish them. As a striker, I was angry. I practiced a lot and received help and encouragement from people around me, but today I missed a big opportunity in the first half. I thought, ‘It shouldn’t end like this.’ I think I was able to score a goal in the second half thanks to everyone’s trust in me.”

It has been about two years since Jeon Byeong-gwan scored a goal in a K-League game. It was his only goal and his last to score his debut goal on June 26, 2021, against K League 2 Gyeongnam FC, his first K League match. This is the first time he has scored in the K-League 1.

Jeon Byung-gwan evaluated that the joy of scoring this time was greater than that of his K-League debut goal. “At that time, it was a lucky goal. It wasn’t the time to create chances while playing the game. , I like this goal because it seems to be a stepping stone for further growth.”

Jeon Byeong-gwan, who is in his third year in the K-League, has been promoted with Daejeon and is playing on the K-League 1 stage for the first time this season. Jeon Byeong-gwan said, “There are many players who are good at kicking the ball. The tempo is fast and they are technically excellent. The players seem to be able to afford it, but they are detailed. I think I will have to develop that aspect gradually.”

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