K-League 1 in the 2023 season has already turned two laps. The ‘absolute number one’ is clear. Defending champion Ulsan Hyundai is recording 53 points. The difference between Pohang Steelers in second place (38 points) is 15 points.

From the 2nd place, it is a grand marriage battle. Following Pohang and FC Seoul (36 points), Jeonbuk Hyundai (34 points) joined the fight for second place. The fight for the 6th round has already heated up. The difference between 5th place Daegu FC (32 points) and 8th place Gwangju FC (30 points) is only 2 points. Daegu also challenged the fight for second place with a two-point gap with Jeonbuk.

Daejeon Hana Citizen in 6th place and Jeju United in 7th place also have 30 points. Daejeon, Jeju, and Gwangju had mixed rankings in terms of multiple points. 9th place Incheon United (27 points), who caught ‘big fish’ Ulsan, is dreaming of leaping to the top 6 by recruiting Mugosa. On the other hand, Suwon FC (20 points), Gangwon FC (15 points), and Suwon Samsung (12 points) in 10th to 12th place are getting closer and closer to the relegation spiral.

Final A and B are polar opposite fates. Final A, which ranks 1st to 6th, will compete for the championship and Asian Champions League (ACL) tickets. However, Final B is only waiting for the relegation war. The curtain rises for the third round robin, where that fate will be decided. A comma is a luxury for the 12 K-League 1 teams that fought a bloody battle during the week.

Variables are emerging one after another in the ever-changing weather where the heat and heavy rain intersect. In the 22nd round, Ulsan recorded its first loss of the season at home, and Seoul scored a whopping 7 goals, breaking the club record for the most goals in a game. Out of the 6 matches, 4 were drawn. The players’ stamina is low. No team can be relieved. The moment you lose in the battle of concentration, you must be prepared for tears.

Unfortunately, the door to the 23rd round of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ opens with Ulsan at the top and Suwon at the bottom. The two teams will meet at the Suwon World Cup Stadium at 7:00 pm on the 15th. On the 12th, Ulsan lost 1-2 to Incheon, and their winning streak was stopped at 5 games due to a ‘discretion’. The recent decline in overall performance is a concern.

Suwon tried to turn around by entrusting manager Kim Byung-soo with the baton last May, but they are still unable to get out of last place. Coach Kim is mired in a 9-game winless streak (4 draws and 5 losses) after winning his first win against Gangwon on May 13. In two meetings this season, Ulsan won 2-1 and 3-2.메이저토토사이트

Seoul, which set off goal firecrackers, aims to regain second place against Gangwon at 7:30 pm on the 15th at Gangneung Sports Complex. It is nice to see the revival of Na Sang-ho, who was tied for the top scorer. Pohang has a match on the 16th, so they can record a winning streak and secure second place. Gangwon can hardly find a way out. It is a 12-game winless streak (5 draws and 7 losses). Even after the appointment of coach Yoon Jeong-hwan, they have 3 draws and 1 loss. The biggest problem is the drought. Gangwon only scored 13 goals in 22 matches. Football is only about goals.

Gwangju and Daegu will have a head-to-head match with ‘six points’ at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 15th. Jeonbuk, who managed Dan Petrescu’s soft landing, clashes with Suwon FC, whose defensive line has collapsed, at 7:00 pm on the 16th at ‘Jeonju Castle’. Pohang, Jeju, Incheon and Daejeon, which are busy on their way, will perform on the 16th at 7:30pm and 8pm, respectively.

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