Daegu overcomes Seoul 3-0. HIGHLIGHTS

DAEGU. Daegu was finally too good for Seoul.

Daegu overcomes Seoul 3-0. HIGHLIGHTS

DAEGU. Daegu was in the end too much to handle for Seoul with the goal of Go Jae-Hyeon (43′), Cesinha (45′) and Lee Keun-Ho (69′). Seoul was unquestionably better in terms of ball possession (74%).​

The match was played at the DGB Arena stadium in Daegu on Sunday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was Hyung-Jin Ko with the assistance of Sang-Jun Park and Joo-Kyung Sung. The 4th official was Hoe-Soo Jung.

Match Statistics​

  • ! 26 Ball Possession 74
Shots
  • 13 Total 8
  • 7 On Target 3
  • 6 Off Target 5
  • 1 Shots blocked 1
  • 82 Attack 127
  • 55 Dangerous attack 86
  • 83 Ball safe​ 104
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 3 Corners 6
  • 2 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 8 Total 15
  • 2 Yellow Cards 3
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

Seoul had a superior ball possession 74% while Daegu was struggling with a 26% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Seoul was putting more pressure with 86 dangerous attacks and 8 shots of which 3 were on target. Still, Daegu succeeded in find the solution to win this match.​

Daegu shot 13 times, 7 on target, 6 off target. Regarding the opposition, Seoul shot 8 times, 3 on target, 5 off target.

Cards

Daegu received 2 yellow cards (Lee Jin-Yong and Lee Keun-Ho). Talking about the opposition, Seoul received 3 yellow cards (Lee Sang-Min, Cho Young-Wook and Jung Hyun-Cheol).

Match Timeline

39'
Lee Sang-Min- Yellow
Go Jae-Hyeon(goal)Zeca
43'
Cesinha(goal)Zeca
45'
46'
Cho Young-Wook- sub ->A. Palocevic
46'
Jung Han-Min- sub ->Kang Seong-Jin
47'
Cho Young-Wook- Yellow
62'
Kim Jin-Ya- sub ->Park Dong-Jin
Lee Keun-Ho- sub ->Zeca
65'
65'
Lim Min-Hyuk- sub ->Ki Sung-Yueng
Lee Keun-Ho(goal)
69'
Lee Yong-Rae- sub ->Cesinha
74'
Lee Jin-Yong- Yellow
76'
Kim Woo-Seok- sub ->Lee Jin-Yong
83'
Oh Hoo-Sung- sub ->Go Jae-Hyeon
83'
87'
Jung Hyun-Cheol- Yellow
88'
K. Ogawa- sub ->Jung Hyun-Cheol
Lee Keun-Ho- Yellow
90'

Standings

After playing this encounter, Daegu will have 35 points to sit in the 9th place. Talking about the opposition, Seoul will stay with 41 points to sit in the 8th place.

Next matches

Daegu – Formation

Daegu
G
S. Oh 21.Korea Republic
7.7
D
B. Park 20.Korea Republic
7.1
D
T. Jeong 4.Korea Republic
8.1
D
J. Jo 66.Korea Republic
7.0
M
C. Hong 33.Korea Republic
7.1
M
S. Jang 5.Korea Republic
6.8
M
Lee Jin-Yong 26.Korea Republic
7.0
83' 76'
M
J. Hwang 2.Korea Republic
6.8
F
J. Ko 17.Korea Republic
7.1
83' Goals43'
F
C. Silva dos 11.Brazil
8.3
74' Goals45'
F
J. de Carvalho 19.Brazil
7.9
65'
Substitutes
G
Y. Choi 1.Korea Republic
D
W. Kim 3.Korea Republic
6.2
83'
D
K. Suzuki 18.Japan
M
Y. Lee 74.Korea Republic
6.2
74'
M
H. Oh 13.Korea Republic
6.8
83'
F
K. Lee 22.Korea Republic
6.8
65' 90' Goals69'
F
Y. An 14.Korea Republic

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

The manager Won-Kwon Choi decided to play with the following team: Seung-hun Oh (7.7), Tae-uk Jeong (8.1), Jin-woo Jo (7.0), Byeong-hyeon Park (7.1), Seong-won Jang (6.8), Jae Won Hwang (6.8), Jin-yong Lee (7.0), Chul Hong (7.1), Jae-hyeon Ko (7.1), Cesinha (8.3) and Zeca (7.9).

The home team had on the bench: Yong Rae Lee (6.2), Uh-seok Kim (6.2), Keun-ho Lee (6.8), Yong-Woo Ahn, Hu-sung Oh (6.8), Keita Suzuki and Yeong-eun Choi.

Daegu could not rely on the presence of Lee Keun-Ho (injured), Lee Yong-Rae (injured) and Kim Woo-Seok (injured).

Substitutions

Daegu made 4 changes: Zeca for Lee Keun-Ho (65′), Cesinha for Lee Yong-Rae (74′), Lee Jin-Yong for Kim Woo-Seok (83′) and Go Jae-Hyeon for Oh Hoo-Sung (83′).

Best player: Cesinha​

The most impressive player for Daegu was Cesinha.

His rating is (8.3) with 1 goal, 11 passes (81% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 7. He performed 4 crosses.

Seoul – Formation

Seoul
G
H. Yang 21.Korea Republic
7.0
D
S. Lee 3.Korea Republic
7.2
39'
D
J. Yoon 23.Korea Republic
5.9
D
T. Lee 88.Korea Republic
6.3
D
6.8
M
S. Ki 6.Korea Republic
6.9
65'
M
H. Jung 16.Korea Republic
6.5
88' 87'
M
S. Na 7.Korea Republic
6.1
M
S. Kang 29.Korea Republic
6.8
46'
F
A. Paločević 26.Serbia
6.7
46'
F
D. Park 50.Korea Republic
6.6
62'
Substitutes
G
S. Hwang 18.Korea Republic
D
J. Kim 17.Korea Republic
6.4
62'
D
J. Kim 30.Korea Republic
M
M. Lim 8.Korea Republic
6.4
65'
M
K. Ogawa 14.Japan
6.8
88'
F
Jung Han-min 19.Korea Republic
6.8
46'
F
Y. Cho 11.Korea Republic
6.6
46' 47'

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

Ik-Soo Ahn played with: Han-been Yang (7.0), Jong-kyu Yun (5.9), Sang-min Lee (7.2), Osmar Barba (6.8), Tae-seok Lee (6.3), Kang Seong-jin (6.8), Sung-Yueng Ki (6.9), Hyeon-cheol Jeong (6.5), Sang-Ho Na (6.1), Aleksandar Paločević (6.7) and Dong-jin Park (6.6).

These were the players on the bench: Han-min Jung (6.8), Seong-min Hwang, Jin-ya Kim (6.4), Min-hyeok Im (6.4), Ju-sung Kim, Keijiro Ogawa (6.8) and Cho Young Wook (6.6).

Substitutions

Seoul made 5 changes: A. Palocevic for Cho Young-Wook (46′), Kang Seong-Jin for Jung Han-Min (46′), Park Dong-Jin for Kim Jin-Ya (62′), Ki Sung-Yueng for Lim Min-Hyuk (65′) and Jung Hyun-Cheol for K. Ogawa (88′).

Best player: Sang-min Lee​

The most impressive player for Seoul was Sang-min Lee.

His rating is (7.2) with 87 passes (96% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 10.

Results of the day

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