Ulsan conquers Suwon 2-0 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

ULSAN. Ulsan tops Suwon with a 2-0 win with a penalty scored by L. Leonardo (11') and a goal from L. Chung-Yong (68').

Ulsan conquers Suwon 2-0 on Sunday. HIGHLIGHTS

ULSAN. Ulsan overcomes Suwon with a 2-0 win with a penalty scored by L. Leonardo (11′) and a goal from L. Chung-Yong (68′).

The match was played at the Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium stadium in Ulsan on Sunday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was Byung-Jin Park who had the assistance of Bong-Geun Song and Jae-Yong Yang. The 4th official was Yong-Woo Kim. The weather was rainy. The temperature was hot at 25.7 degrees Celsius or 78.26 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 87%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 52 Ball Possession 48
Shots
  • 16 Total 5
  • 7 On Target 1
  • 9 Off Target 4
  • 3 Shots blocked 1
  • 73 Attack 73
  • 79 Dangerous attack 47
  • 76 Ball safe​ 80
  • 1 Penalties 0
  • 7 Corners 4
Fouls
  • 14 Total 15
  • 3 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

There was not much difference in terms of ball possession. Ulsan was in possession of the ball for 52% of the time vs. Suwon that controlled the ball for 48% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Ulsan was more aggressive with 79 dangerous attacks and 16 shots of which 7 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Ulsan won the match​.

Ulsan shot 16 times, 7 on target, 9 off target. Regarding the opposition, Suwon shot 5 times, 1 on target, 4 off target.

Cards

Ulsan received 3 yellow cards (Lee Gyu-Seong, Jo Su-Huk and Kim Tae-Hwan). Talking about the opposition, Suwon received 2 yellow cards (Kwak Yun-Ho and Lee Seung-Woo).

Match Timeline

8'
Kwak Yun-Ho- Yellow
9'
Lee Seung-Woo- Yellow
L. Leonardo(penalty)
11'
12'
L. Veldwijk- sub ->Jang Jae-Woong
J. Amano- sub ->J. Hwang
27'
46'
Jang Hyeok-Jin- sub ->Kim Geon-Ung
46'
Murilo- sub ->Kim Seung-Jun
55'
L. Jackson- sub ->Kwak Yun-Ho
Lee Gyu-Seong- Yellow
61'
67'
Hwang Soon-Min- sub ->Park Joo-Ho
Lee Chung-Yong(goal)
68'
Jo Su-Huk- Yellow
78'
M. Adam- sub ->L. Leonardo
84'
Seol Young-Woo- sub ->V. Qazaishvili
84'
Kim Tae-Hwan- Yellow
85'
Choi Gi-Yun- sub ->Lee Chung-Yong
90'

Standings

After this match, Ulsan will have 66 points to hold in the 1st place. On the opposite side, Suwon will stay with 44 points to remain in the 7th place.

Next matches

Ulsan – Formation

Ulsan
G
S. Jo 1.Korea Republic
7.3
78'
D
Y. Kim 19.Korea Republic
7.1
D
T. Kim 23.Korea Republic
6.9
85'
D
M. Lee 13.Korea Republic
7.4
D
S. Jung 15.Korea Republic
7.0
M
C. Lee 72.Korea Republic
8.4
90' Goals68'
M
V. Qazaishvili 10.Georgia
6.6
84'
M
Y. Park 6.Korea Republic
M
G. Lee 24.Korea Republic
7.0
61'
M
Hwang Jae-Hwan 14.Korea Republic
6.4
27'
M
T. Park 6.Korea Republic
7.4
F
7.4
84' Goals11'
Substitutes
G
H. Seol 28.Korea Republic
D
Seol Young-Woo 66.Korea Republic
6.5
84'
D
K. Kim 44.Korea Republic
M
D. Won 16.Korea Republic
M
G. Choi 29.Korea Republic
90'
M
J. Amano 8.Japan
7.4
27'
F
M. Ádám 63.Hungary
6.4
84'

Ulsan started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Myung-Bo Hong decided to play with the following team: Su-huk Jo (7.3), Tae-hwan Kim (6.9), Seung-hyun Jung (7.0), Young-Gwon Kim (7.1), Myeong-jae Lee (7.4), Yong-uh Park, Yong-uh Park (7.4), Kyu-seong Lee (7.0), Jae-Hwan Hwang (6.4), Chung-yong Lee (8.4), Valeri Qazaishvili (6.6) and Leonardo (7.4).

The home team had on the bench: Du-jae Won, Choi Gi-Yun, Martin Ádám (6.4), Young-woo Seol (6.5), Kee-hee Kim, Seol Hyun-bin and Jun Amano (7.4).

Substitutions

Ulsan made 4 changes: J. Hwang for J. Amano (27′), L. Leonardo for M. Adam (84′), V. Qazaishvili for Seol Young-Woo (84′) and Lee Chung-Yong for Choi Gi-Yun (90′).

Best player: Chung-yong Lee​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Ulsan was Chung-yong Lee.

His rating is (8.4) with 1 goal, 53 passes (84% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 8 duels out of 9. He performed 4 crosses.

Suwon – Formation

Suwon
G
H. Park 1.Korea Republic
7.0
D
S. Shin 30.Korea Republic
6.2
D
Y. Kwak 4.Korea Republic
6.8
55' 8'
D
G. Kim 14.Korea Republic
6.3
46'
M
J. Park 6.Korea Republic
6.7
67'
M
D. Jeong 2.Korea Republic
7.5
M
Park Min-Gyu 3.Korea Republic
6.8
M
J. Jeong 8.Korea Republic
7.1
F
S. Kim 19.Korea Republic
46'
F
S. Lee 11.Korea Republic
6.0
9'
F
J. Jang 29.Korea Republic
6.4
12'
Substitutes
G
B. Lee 27.Korea Republic
D
L. Tua 5.Australia
6.2
55'
M
H. Jang 17.Korea Republic
6.5
46'
M
S. Hwang 20.Korea Republic
6.2
67'
M
J. Shin 77.Korea Republic
M
M. Pereira 10.Brazil
7.0
46'
F
L. Veldwijk 9.South Africa
7.0
12'

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

Do-Kyun Kim played with: Bae-jong Park (7.0), Geon-ung Kim (6.3), Se-gye Sin (6.2), Kwak Yun-Ho (6.8), Dong-ho Jeong (7.5), Jeong Jae Yong (7.1), Ju-ho Park (6.7), Min-kyu Park (6.8), Jang Jae-Woong (6.4), Seung-Woo Lee (6.0), Seung-jun Kim and Seung-jun Kim (6.7).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Jackson Lachlan (6.2), Hyuk-jin Jang (6.5), Soon-min Hwang (6.2), Jae-won Shin, Lars Veldwijk (7.0), Beom-young Lee and Murilo (7.0).

Substitutions

Suwon made 5 changes: Jang Jae-Woong for L. Veldwijk (12′), Kim Geon-Ung for Jang Hyeok-Jin (46′), Kim Seung-Jun for Murilo (46′), Kwak Yun-Ho for L. Jackson (55′) and Park Joo-Ho for Hwang Soon-Min (67′).

Best player: Dong-ho Jeong​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Suwon was Dong-ho Jeong.

His rating is (7.5) with 41 passes (78% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 5 duels out of 5. He performed 6 crosses.

Results of the day

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