Of course, at this time. Suwon Samsung meets leading Ulsan Hyundai, who are on a five-game winning streak.
Suwon will go on an expedition to Ulsan in the 6th round of ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023′ at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on the 8th. Suwon has 2 draws and 3 losses in 5 matches. Last season, Suwon, which went through the promotion playoffs (PO) for the first time as a club, is early in the season, but fans’ anger is already growing. They have already ‘blocked the bus’ twice, and the official supporters boycotted their support before Gangwon FC in the 5th round.토토사이트
Ulsan, which Suwon must meet in this crisis, is showing off the best power this season. They are running on a 5-game winning streak. The K-League opens with a 7-game winning streak, the most ever. In addition to the existing power, new faces such as Joo Min-kyu, Rubikson, and Ataru quickly settled into the team. In particular, striker Joo Min-gyu is showing off his scoring ability by scoring goals in three consecutive games. Another striker, Martin Adam, also returned after scoring two goals for the Hungarian national soccer team during an A-match in March. As for the defense, the Kim Young-kwon and Jung Seung-hyeon lines are adding stability. Like this, Ulsan scored 11 goals in 5 games, but only allowed 3 runs. Both scoring and conceding rank first in the league. It means that the air-to-air balance is excellent.
Suwon is in a situation where difficulties and tasks are piled up in many ways. Bassani scored his K-League debut goal, and Mulich returned from injury, but his offensive power is still not satisfactory. The problem of coexistence between Kim Bo-kyung and Basani and the weakness of allowing space behind the defense are also among the challenges Suwon must overcome. In the 5th round, coach Lee made a change by changing the starting lineup extensively. It is Lee’s intention to create a new competitive structure within the team along with a change of atmosphere. Suwon has high expectations for Mulich, who has returned because Ahn Byung-jun has not been able to perform well.
Attention is focusing on whether Suwon will become a victim of Ulsan’s 6-game winning streak on the road, or whether it will be able to create a rebound’momentum’ by destroying the leading Ulsan on the road. Coincidentally, Suwon met Ulsan last season in the first league game since manager Lee Byung-geun took office. With a numerical advantage, they won 1-0. Even back then, Suwon had a good memory of defeating Ulsan and ending the 7 match winless tie (4 draws and 3 losses). In the ongoing crisis, attention is focusing on what breakthroughs Suwon and coach Lee can make.