Gwangju FC coach Lee Jung-hyo made a statement about the scene where he immediately launched an attack after FC Seoul defender Kim Jin-ya collapsed.
Gwangju lost 1-3 in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 12 away match against FC Seoul held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 9th. Gwangju, which failed to add points, maintained 7th place (4 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses, 14 points).
Gwangju gave the opening goal to Willian in the 10th minute of the first half. In the 5th minute of the second half, Heo Yul’s equalizer equalized the balance, but after that, Na Sang-ho and Park Dong-jin conceded consecutive points and fell to their knees.토스카지노
Gwangju, which caused a surge in the promotion team at the beginning of the season, is showing signs of losing strength little by little, recording a winless streak in five league matches.
After the game, coach Lee Jung-hyo said, “The players seem to have put a lot of effort into it because of me.” I am sorry to the players who gave their all on the away game,” he apologized.
During the match, Jinya Kim of Seoul collapsed complaining of pain. Seoul sent the ball out, and Gwangju, who had the right to attack, continued playing without giving up the ball.
Regarding this, coach Lee said, “Even if we are winning, our players don’t waste time, don’t delay, and we usually tell the fans who visit the stadium not to see us fall down.” I don’t think we did anything wrong.”
Then, he emphasized again, “If there is a major injury, it should be out of course, but I think it was a muscle spasm, so I continued to play. I don’t think it’s a big mistake.”
Regarding the fact that they recorded a winless streak in 5 games, he replied, “I couldn’t get all the performance and results, but I think there were a lot of mistakes. I think Seoul played a game that could win enough.”
Coach Lee said, “You can think of it as a turning point. If the previous 4 games were good and there were no goals, today’s performance is not good, so the players would have lost their spirits.” It’s okay because he seemed to have put in more effort.”