Sangmu Kim aims for his first victory in the Jeonnam Dragons expedition.
Gimcheon Sangmu Professional Football Team will play the ‘Hanawon Q K League 2 2023’ 27R away match against Jeonnam Dragons at Gwangyang Soccer Stadium on August 20 at 7:00 pm. After leaping to the top of the K-League 2 on July 19th, Gimcheon continues to hold the top spot. Recently, they have been accumulating points in a row and are maintaining a four-point gap with second place Busan. Heading toward leader Suseong, Gimcheon is determined to bring 3 points from the Jeonnam expedition.메이저놀이터
Recently, Kim Cheon’s scoring ability is fierce. Kim Cheon scored 4 goals in a row in the last 2 games, rising to the top of the K-League 2 scorer. During the 8 goals in 2 games, all of them were decorated with a scoreless victory.
□ ‘Home strong’ Jeonnam Opponent, Gwangyang Gimcheon’s first win Gimcheon
has recorded 2 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses in 6 head-to-head encounters with Jeonnam. The superiority of the opponent’s record is expected to be covered in this head-to-head match. What is noteworthy is that the home team took both Jeonnam’s 2 wins and Gimcheon’s 2 wins. They took 3 points at home. In the two head-to-head matches held this year, Kimcheon won at home in April and Jeonnam won at home in June.
In addition to the opponent record, Gimcheon’s away win rate and Jeonnam’s home win rate are also the same. The same at 62.5%. Both Gimcheon and Jeonnam are strong at home, so Gimcheon’s away win rate is relatively low compared to home win rate. On the other hand, Jeonnam has a much higher home win rate than away win rate. Jeonnam is on an unbeaten streak in their last 9 home games. The last defeat at home was against Gimpo on March 19th. Gimcheon is determined to stop Jeonnam from losing at home and bring victory.
□ K-League 2 scorer competition, Gimcheon Jo Young-wook VS Jeonnam Valdivia
team’s competition is as noticeable as the K-League 2 scorer battle. Gimcheon Jo Young-wook, who has steadily accumulated goals, surpassed Valdivia, who was leading the K-League 2, and rose to the top of the K-League 2 score alone. Although Cho Young-wook (12 goals) leads Valdivia (11 goals) by one goal, it is not an exaggeration to say that he is one step closer to becoming the top scorer as he has recently scored consecutive goals.
The secret to Jo Young-wook’s top scorer is his recent performance. He is making his history by scoring 10 goals in his last 9 matches. From June 10th to August 15th, out of 10 games, he scored in all but one game against Anyang. On the other hand, Valdivia has been quiet about scoring in the last 3 games. Nevertheless, he cannot be vigilant because he is the most threatening mercenary in Jeonnam.
Head coach Jeong Jeong-yong said, “We have to prepare strategically for the Jeonnam match. It is a game that we must win in order to win a streak. The most important thing is how to block Valdivia well. We will strategically replace it well for the remaining time.”