Chungnam Asan, who escaped 3 consecutive defeats thanks to an own goal, made a stepping stone to the middle ranks

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The long-awaited ‘knight rebirth’ flared up. K-League 2 Chungnam Asan FC dramatically escaped from the swamp of a long losing streak and laid the foundation for another leap to the mid-table.

Chungnam Asan won a thrilling 1-0 victory over Cheonan City FC in the 14th round of the ‘Hanawon Q K League 2 2023’ away game held at Cheonan Sports Complex on the 20th. As a record, it was Cheonan City’s own goal. In the 44th minute of the first half when the score was 0-0, Kang Min-kyu’s strong shot hit Cheonan City defender Lee Jae-won’s foot and went into the goal. Chungnam-Asan tried to score an additional goal afterwards, but was unable to score an additional goal.

It was fine even without the extra goal. This is because the defense defended Cheonan City’s offense without conceding and kept the winning streak. The content is somewhat disappointing, but it was a golden victory for Chungnam-Asan. This is because with this victory, they were able to escape the slump of 4 consecutive games without a win (1 draw and 3 losses), including the recent 3 losses. 3 points is also valuable. It almost fell out of the top 10, but thanks to these 3 points, Chungnam-Asan was able to rise again to 9th place.

It was a significant victory in many ways. It is important that they escaped their losing streak by winning the game that concluded the first round robin. For the Chungnam Asan players, who have been tired of their mind and body from frequent defeats while showing good performances recently, this victory is like a welcome rain during a drought. Director Park Dong-hyuk also emphasized this point. Coach Park said, “It is important that we broke the losing streak apart from the content. I was lucky,” he said.

When playing a long season, luck other than performance is also very important. Chungnam-Asan continued to play well against strong teams during the previous 3 consecutive losses. But one foot was missing. Eventually, Jeonnam Dragons (April 29, 1-2 loss), Bucheon FC (May 2, 1-2 loss), and Gimpo FC (May 14, 0-1 loss) continued to lose by one goal. This was the reason why coach Park sighed after losing against Gimpo, saying, “The players work hard, but luck doesn’t follow.”체스카지노

The victory that Chungnam-Asan, who was so disappointed with, met ‘lucky’ after a long time, giving more than 3 points. It is because the team immediately has a sense of ‘I can do it’. Based on this, Chungnam-Asan is aiming for a rebound in the second round robin. “We are aiming for 5 wins in the second round robin,” Park said. It is a challenge to re-leap to the middle rank in earnest. Attention is focusing on whether Chungnam Asan will be able to turn the thrilling luck it has met in a long time into an opportunity for a rebound.

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