Rubik’s hand from Part 7… A spectacular debut in Ulsan, the land of opportunity

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Reporter Ahn Gyeong-nam = Swedish ‘Cinderella’ Rubiksson, who started from the 7th division, made a splendid start at the ‘Land of Opportunity’ professional soccer K League 1 Ulsan Hyundai.

In the opening game of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 against Jeonbuk Hyundai held at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 25th, Rubikson led Ulsan to a 2-1 victory by not missing an opponent’s mistake in the 19th minute of the second half and leading to a come-from-behind goal.

Rubikson, who was in poor condition at the end of winter training due to symptoms of a cold, started the game from the bench that day.

And in the 8th minute of the second half, he stepped on the ground in place of Um Won-sang and made his K-League 1 debut.

It took only about 10 minutes for Rubik’s hand, which energized Ulsan’s attack with active movements immediately after being put in, to shine.

In the 19th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk defender Hong Jeong-ho connected a pass to the goalkeeper, which flowed strongly and bounced off Jeonbuk goalkeeper Kim Jeong-hoon.

It was the K-League debut goal made with tenacity and fighting spirit toward the opponent’s goal.

After the game, Rubikson said, “I feel good. It’s a victory made by all the players. Many fans came to visit me, and I’m happy to repay them with goals.”

“I talked a lot about Jeonbuk with the players before the game, and there was pressure to win last season,” he said. could,” he added.

Ulsan’s home opening match saw 28,039 spectators, the most since the Corona 19 pandemic.

“It was an amazing atmosphere. The stadium was almost full,” said Rubiksson.

Regarding the scoring scene, he said, “I was worried about the opponent’s pursuit after intercepting the ball, but I was able to score a goal into an empty goal.” 먹튀검증

Rubiksson is a long-term plastic surgery player. He started his career as a player at Mölnike IF, which belongs to the 7th division in 2011, and went on a winning streak until the 2020 season of the Swedish first division, Hammabi IF.

He played 88 games in three seasons in the Swedish first division, scoring 31 goals and providing 19 assists.

Rubikson said, “I never stopped trying to go higher,” and “I tried to go higher and prove myself. That helped me adapt to Korea.”

Rubik Son, who cited his strong mentality as his strength, said, “I want to help the team and contribute to Ulsan becoming champion again by playing as many games as possible. It is more important to develop than goals.”

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