‘Last-minute equalizer allowed’ Gangwon coach Yoon Jeong-hwan says, “It’s unfair and frustrating, but I’ll overcome it.”

Gangwon FC allowed a last-minute equalizer to Jeju United and lost the three points they had won. Coach Yoon Jeong-hwan said he was upset but would overcome it.

Gangwon drew 1-1 in the home game against Jeju in the 35th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Gangneung Sports Complex at 4:30 pm on the 28th. Gabriel scored the first goal, but gave up an equalizer to Jeongwoon in extra time in the second half, resulting in a disappointing result.

Since the performance has improved significantly compared to the last round, the draw on this day is even more disappointing from Gangwon’s perspective. The goddess of victory seemed to be on Gangwon’s side until Gabriel’s opening goal in the early part of the second half embarrassed the Jeju players with strong pressure.짱구카지노 주소

However, Gangwon was unable to capitalize on the subsequent chances and was held back by failing to score an additional goal. At the end of the second half, they conceded an equalizer to Jeongwoon on a corner kick and ended up with just one point. Although they have a 2-point gap over 12th place Suwon Samsung, they may drop to 12th place depending on the results of the match between Suwon and Daejeon held on the 29th.

Coach Yoon Jeong-hwan, who attended the official press conference after the game, said, “The players did well as they prepared hard. Rather than saying they lacked concentration, the result was disappointing. I am very angry and there are some things that are unfair, but what can I do? I think we will have to overcome it well.” “I did my best,” he said.

Regarding the overall performance, he looked back and said, “If we had scored an extra point when the last chance came, it could have ended easily. It was disappointing that the game was managed when we were winning.”

He then said, “It is important to get the mood back quickly,” and said he would definitely bring good results in the remaining three games.