The Jeonnam Dragons, who made a good start in August, continue their momentum in the Busan I-Park expedition 스포츠토토.

In the recent home match against Bucheon FC 1995 in the 25th round, Jeonnam defended Ko Tae-won’s goal until the end in the 9th minute and won 1-0, earning a valuable 3 points. With this, Jeonnam recorded 34 points (10 wins, 4 draws, 9 losses), creating a stepping stone to take the lead, and continued their undefeated record in nine games at home.

At the press conference after the match, Ko Tae-won attributed the joy of scoring to his teammate, saying, “This victory was achieved because all the players did not give up in the heat. And I think my goal was a goal made by Seok-hyeon.”

He also expressed his thoughts on victory, saying, “Returning Jeonnam back to K-League 1 is a big goal in my soccer life, and I will do my best in any role to reach the goal.”

Busan, led by coach Park Jin-seop, has 41 points (11 wins, 8 draws, 4 losses) and is in 3rd place in the K-League 2. This summer, Park Dong-jin, Min Sung-ki, Yeoreum, Kim Jeong-hwan, and Kang Seong-yoon were ‘storm recruited’ to accelerate the competition for the leading position. He is also a strong contender for the championship this season.

Jeonnam will play the 26th round of the Hana One Q K League 2 2023 with Busan at 7:30 pm on the 15th at Gudeok Stadium in Busan.

Jeonnam, which is currently on the rise, is expected to have Hanam, Valdivia, and Choi Seong-jin aim at the goal against Busan. In addition, it is a determination to secure victory in the Busan expedition based on the harmony of old and new such as veterans Kim Soo-beom, Jo Ji-hoon, and Lee Seok-hyun and newcomers Yu Ji-ha and Noh Gun-woo.

Coach Lee, preparing for the Busan game, said, “We play against top-tier teams in August. For us, August will be the most important time in the 2023 season. We will do our best to win 3 points in the Busan expedition.” He expressed his strong aspirations.

The two teams were tied 1-1 in the last 11 rounds of confrontation, and it was not possible to distinguish between superiority and inferiority. The opponent’s record in the last 5 matches is 1 win, 3 draws and 1 loss, and in the overall record, Jeonnam is superior with 36 wins, 21 draws and 28 losses. 

Live broadcasts of the match between Jeonnam and Busan can be viewed on Coupang Play and IB Sports.

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