Seoul and Suwon draw 2-2 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

SEOUL. Seoul bounces back against Suwon with a goal on the J. Dong-Ho 42' and a goal on the K. Hyun 90'.

Seoul and Suwon draw 2-2 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

SEOUL. Seoul finds the way to recover against Suwon with a goal on the J. Dong-Ho 42′ and a goal on the K. Hyun 90′.

The match was played at the Seoul World Cup Stadium stadium in Seoul on Saturday and it started at 7:00 pm local time. The referee was Sang-Hyeop Chae with the support of Seung-Min Ji and Bong-Geun Song. The 4th official was Hoe-Soo Jung. The weather was clear. The temperature was pleasant at 23.7 degrees Celsius or 74.61 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 57%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 53 Ball Possession 47
Shots
  • 12 Total 11
  • 5 On Target 6
  • 7 Off Target 5
  • 4 Shots blocked 1
  • 101 Attack 95
  • 68 Dangerous attack 60
  • 96 Ball safe​ 85
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 9 Corners 3
  • 3 Off Sides 2
Fouls
  • 12 Total 8
  • 2 Yellow Cards 0
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

The ball possession was not so different. Seoul was in possession of the ball for 53% of the time vs. Suwon that controlled the ball for 47% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Seoul was putting more pressure with 68 dangerous attacks and 12 shots of which 5 were on target. Nevertheless, that was not enough Seoul to win the match​.

Seoul shot 12 times, 5 on target, 7 off target. On the opposite side, Suwon shot 11 times, 6 on target, 5 off target.

Cards

Seoul received 2 yellow cards (Ki Sung-Yueng and Yang Han-Been). On the opposite side, Suwon didn’t receive any yellow card.

Match Timeline

18'
Murilo- sub ->Jang Jae-Woong
Park Dong-Jin(goal)
35'
42'
Jeong Dong-Ho(goal)L. Veldwijk
S. Iljutcenko(goal)Lee Sang-Min
45'
Osmar- sub ->Hwang Hyun-Soo
46'
46'
Lee Seung-Woo- sub ->Jeong Dong-Ho
46'
Kim Hyun- sub ->Kim Seung-Jun
46'
Kwak Yun-Ho- sub ->Jeong Jae-Yong
64'
Jang Hyeok-Jin- sub ->Park Joo-Ho
Kim Jin-Ya- sub ->Lee Tae-Seok
67'
Cho Young-Wook- sub ->Jung Hyun-Cheol
67'
A. Palocevic- sub ->Jung Han-Min
80'
Ki Sung-Yueng- Yellow
81'
K. Ogawa- sub ->Park Dong-Jin
88'
Yang Han-Been- Yellow
90'
90'
Kim Hyun(goal)Murilo

Standings

After playing this match, Seoul will have 38 points to remain in the 8th place. Talking about the opposition, Suwon will have 41 points to hold in the 7th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the K-League 1, Seoul will play away with Daegu on the 18th of September with a 14-9 head to head record in favor of Seoul (9 draws).

Suwon will play away agasint Ulsan on the 18th of September with a 7-1 head to head record in favor of Ulsan (1 draw).

Seoul – Formation

Seoul
G
H. Yang 21.Korea Republic
6.8
90'
D
S. Lee 3.Korea Republic
7.3
D
J. Yoon 23.Korea Republic
6.5
D
T. Lee 88.Korea Republic
6.8
67'
D
Kang Sang-heui 28.Korea Republic
D
H. Hwang 2.Korea Republic
6.5
46'
M
S. Ki 6.Korea Republic
7.6
81'
M
H. Jung 16.Korea Republic
6.7
67'
M
S. Na 7.Korea Republic
6.1
M
Jung Han-min 19.Korea Republic
7.1
80'
F
S. Iljutcenko 90.Germany
7.2
Goals45'
F
D. Park 50.Korea Republic
7.3
88' Goals35'
Substitutes
G
S. Hwang 18.Korea Republic
D
J. Kim 17.Korea Republic
6.3
67'
M
K. Ogawa 14.Japan
88'
M
A. Paločević 26.Serbia
6.4
80'
M
O. Ibáñez 5.Spain
6.4
46'
F
Y. Cho 11.Korea Republic
6.6
67'

Seoul started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Ik-Soo Ahn decided to play with the following team: Han-been Yang (6.8), Jong-kyu Yun (6.5), Sang-heui Kang, Hyun-soo Hwang (6.5), Sang-min Lee (7.3), Tae-seok Lee (6.8), Han-min Jung (7.1), Sung-Yueng Ki (7.6), Hyeon-cheol Jeong (6.7), Sang-Ho Na (6.1), Dong-jin Park (7.3) and Stanislav Iljutcenko (7.2).

The home team had on the bench: Keijiro Ogawa, Aleksandar Paločević (6.4), Jin-ya Kim (6.3), Osmar Barba (6.4), Seong-min Hwang and Cho Young Wook (6.6).

Substitutions

Seoul made 5 changes: Hwang Hyun-Soo for Osmar (46′), Lee Tae-Seok for Kim Jin-Ya (67′), Jung Hyun-Cheol for Cho Young-Wook (67′), Jung Han-Min for A. Palocevic (80′) and Park Dong-Jin for K. Ogawa (88′).

Best player: Sung-Yueng Ki​

The player that probably impressed the most for Seoul was Sung-Yueng Ki.

His rating is (7.6) with 63 passes (90% accurate) and 5 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 4. He performed 10 crosses.

Suwon – Formation

Suwon
G
H. Park 1.Korea Republic
6.3
D
Y. Lee 22.Korea Republic
7.4
D
S. Shin 30.Korea Republic
6.9
D
Park Min-Gyu 3.Korea Republic
6.1
D
G. Kim 14.Korea Republic
6.6
M
J. Park 6.Korea Republic
6.8
64'
M
J. Jeong 8.Korea Republic
6.5
46'
M
J. Jang 29.Korea Republic
6.9
18'
F
D. Jeong 2.Korea Republic
7.2
46' Goals42'
F
L. Veldwijk 9.South Africa
6.9
F
S. Kim 19.Korea Republic
6.4
46'
Substitutes
G
B. Lee 27.Korea Republic
D
Y. Kwak 4.Korea Republic
6.9
46'
M
M. Pereira 10.Brazil
7.4
18'
M
S. Hwang 20.Korea Republic
M
H. Jang 17.Korea Republic
6.6
64'
F
H. Kim 7.Korea Republic
7.8
46' Goals90'
F
S. Lee 11.Korea Republic
6.8
46'

Suwon started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Do-Kyun Kim played with: Bae-jong Park (6.3), Yong Lee (7.4), Se-gye Sin (6.9), Geon-ung Kim (6.6), Min-kyu Park (6.1), Jeong Jae Yong (6.5), Jang Jae-Woong (6.9), Ju-ho Park (6.8), Dong-ho Jeong (7.2), Lars Veldwijk (6.9), Seung-jun Kim (6.4).

These were the players on the bench: Kwak Yun-Ho (6.9), Beom-young Lee, Hyun Kim (7.8), Murilo (7.4), Soon-min Hwang, Seung-Woo Lee (6.8) and Hyuk-jin Jang (6.6).

Substitutions

Suwon made 5 changes: Jang Jae-Woong for Murilo (18′), Jeong Dong-Ho for Lee Seung-Woo (46′), Kim Seung-Jun for Kim Hyun (46′), Jeong Jae-Yong for Kwak Yun-Ho (46′) and Park Joo-Ho for Jang Hyeok-Jin (64′).

Best player: Hyun Kim​

The most impressive player for Suwon was Hyun Kim.

His rating is (7.8) with 1 goal, 18 passes (44% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 9 duels out of 10.

His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 46′.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the K-League 1.​