Gwangju FC not only failed to score in a one-sided game, but also lost the victory due to a fatal mistake. Coach Lee Jeong-hyo, his mentor, is comforting Doo Hyun-seok, who caused the defeat with an own goal, out of fear that he will bow his head.메이저사이트
Gwangju lost 0-1 in the home game between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 31 held at Gwangju Soccer Stadium at 2 pm on the 24th.
Looking at the content of the game, it was not surprising that Gwangju won. They had a 69% possession rate and a total of 15 shots, overwhelming Jeonbuk, which recorded only 5 shots. Jeonbuk, which is known for attacking soccer with a low ball, lowered its tail and only played defense on this day.
In particular, side defender Doo Hyun-seok was particularly unlucky. A right-footed shot hit the crossbar in the 24th minute of the first half.
The scene that came out in the 27th minute of the second half was painful. He tried to block Jeonbuk winger Ahn Hyun-beom’s shot with his head. Without intention, the ball deflected and resulted in a loss. If Doo Hyun-seok hadn’t blocked it, the ball would have headed straight toward goalkeeper Kim Kyung-min, which was disappointing.
Coach Lee Jeong-hyo applauded Doo Hyun-seok after the game rather than reprimanding him for his mistake. He said, “In that situation, you can’t not use your head on defense. I understood his judgment, saying, “Doo Hyun-seok tried to stop it.”
He was worried that Doo Hyun-seok would be defeated by an own goal. Rather, he tried to save his spirit. Director Lee Jeong-hyo said, “Doo Hyun-seok’s stake in this ranking is 1000%, not 50%. Our players have a stake. I don’t want to worry too much. I have to flatter Doo Hyun-seok. He constantly gave me carrots saying, “It’s okay.”
Coach Lee Jeong-hyo punishes players with bold reactions and reprimands when they are lazy even when they are winning. Gwangju soccer is fun until the end, and the results are bound to be good.
On the other hand, mistakes made to be done well are warmly embraced instead of reprimanded. Coach Lee Jeong-hyo’s situational judgment and leadership are making the Gwangju players more connected.