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Jeonnam Dragons of professional soccer K-League 2, with multiple goals scored by ‘goal-scoring defender’ Yoo Ji-ha, overcame numerical inferiority and won in 4 games.

Jeonnam won 3-2 in the away game against Gyeongnam FC in the 31st round of Hana One Q K League 2 held at Changwon Soccer Center on the 17th.

8th place Jeonnam (41 points), which had not won in the last 3 games (1 draw, 2 losses), won a valuable victory in 4 games and reduced the gap with 5th place Gyeongnam (45 points), the Maginot Line of the semi-playoffs, to 4 points. .

Jeonnam’s central defender Yoo Ji-ha’s ‘one-man show’ was an impressive performance.

Yujiha participated in the attack on Valdivia’s left corner kick in the 26th minute of the first half and scored the first goal with a header.

Although he joined Pohang Steelers in 2018, he was unable to play in a regular league game, and last year, Yoo Ji-ha, wearing a Jeonnam uniform, scored his debut goal in 15 games on the K League 2 stage.

The home team, Gyeongnam, immediately shouted ‘Monggun’.

Jeonnam balanced the game in the 36th minute of the first half when Mo Jae-hyeon, who received a free kick pass from Lee Kwang-jin, scored the equalizer with a right-footed shot from the left side of the penalty area.

Jeonnam, which finished the first half 1-1, fell into a numerical inferiority as right fullback Asnawi was sent off for accumulating warnings just 4 minutes into the second half.

In Jeonnam’s ‘crisis moment’, Yoo Ji-ha once again stepped up to solve the problem.

In the 22nd minute of the second half, Yujiha redirected a free kick sent by Valdivia from the right side of the penalty area to his right foot in front of the goal area, scoring his second goal and becoming the blue bird of Jeonnam’s victory. Scored 2 goals from set piece situations.

Jeonnam’s Lee Yong-jae scored the winning goal in the 50th minute of the second half, and Mo Jae-hyun scored a multiple goal in the 52nd minute of the second half for Gyeongnam, but there was not enough time to turn the game around.

At Asan Yi Sun-sin Stadium, South Chungcheong Asan achieved a 4-3 comeback win over FC Anyang despite heavy rain.

Chungnam Asan Eun (33 points), which recently escaped from a three-game losing streak, moved up to 10th place by dropping Seoul E-Land (32 points) to 11th place.

Anyang (42 points), who suffered three consecutive losses, remained unchanged in 7th place.

Chungnam Asan’s last-minute performance was scary.

Chungnam Asan, which gave up the first goal to Anyang’s Moon Seong-woo in the 6th minute of the first half, finished the first half 2-1 with Kim Kang-guk’s free kick equalizer in the 27th minute and Kang Min-gyu’s comeback goal in the 39th minute.

Anyang, who launched a counterattack, seemed to be on the cusp of victory with Joo Hyun-woo’s free kick equalizing goal in the 4th minute of the second half and Hong Chang-beom’s comeback goal in the 10th minute of the second half.안전놀이터

However, South Chungcheong Asan balanced the balance with Park Dae-hoon’s equalizing goal in the 44th minute of the second half, and in the 45th minute of the second half, defender Park Seong-woo kicked a long ball from his own half toward Anyang’s goal, bounced in front of the advancing goalkeeper, crossed the key, and was sucked into the goal. The ‘bloody struggle in the rain’ has come to an end.

At Bucheon Stadium, 3rd place Bucheon FC and 4th place Gimpo FC drew without scoring.

Bucheon remained undefeated for 6 consecutive games (4 wins, 2 draws), and Gimpo remained undefeated for 3 consecutive games (2 wins, 1 draw).

The two teams have the same number of points at 49, but Bucheon, which has the most points, maintained third place.

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