Kim Beom-Soo's Winning Goal

Kim Beom-Soo's Winning Goal

K-League 2 Ansan, Gimpo 1-0 and Escaped 9 Consecutive Losses… Kim Beom-Soo's Winning Goal (overall)

Busan, beat Anyang 2-1, 6 → 3rd place 'Jump'

Professional soccer K League 2 (second division) Ansan Greeners, who were dizzy with the problem of 'player selection corruption', 카지노사이트

Defeated Gimpo FC on an expedition and escaped from a 9-game losing streak.

Ansan won 1-0 against Gimpo by defending Kim Bum-soo's goal in the 41st minute of the first half in the Hana One Q K League 2 2023 Round 23 away match held at Gimpo Salter Soccer Field on the 24th.

Ansan broke a losing streak in 9 games from the match against Chungbuk Cheongju on May 14 (0-3 loss).

Also, on April 23rd, the match against Jeonnam Dragons (1-0 win) was followed by a victory in 13 games.

Ansan remained in 12th place (13 points) out of 13 teams.

Ansan is having a hard time as its former manager was arrested on charges of corruption in player selection, and the club's representative and staff are also under investigation.

Song Han-bok, acting manager of Ansan, led the team to its first victory in five games after ascending to the command tower on the 27th of last month.

Gimpo's winning streak ended in two games.

In the 41st minute of the first half of the first half, Ansan Kim Beom-soo, who received a penetrating pass from Kim Gyeong-jun,

Dug into the right side, beat the goalkeeper, and scored the winning goal by shooting into an empty net.

Gimpo launched a last-minute offensive, and in the second half of extra time Lewis's header was blocked by Ansan goalkeeper Lee Seung-bin's save,

Followed by Son Seong-yong's header that went slightly over the post and hit the ground.

At the Busan Asiad Main Stadium, the home team, Busan I'Park, won 2-1 against FC Anyang with Peshin's winning goal from a penalty kick in extra time in the second half.

After ending a two-game losing streak, Busan jumped from 6th to 3rd (37 points).

Anyang fell one notch to 4th place (35 points).

Busan scored the first goal in extra time in the first half after Anyang's defense kicked the ball off his head, and Lamas connected it with a thunderbolt-like mid-range volley with his left foot.

Anyang seemed to be gaining one point in the 38th minute of the second half when Yago, who received a penetrating pass from Bruno, shot past the goalkeeper to equalize.

However, Busan won the victory with Peshin's penalty goal in the second half of extra time.

Earlier, Busan Choi Jun's shot hit Anyang player's foot and Anyang defender Baek Dong-gyu's arm, so the referee declared a penalty kick.

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