A come-from-behind victory… Daegu FC did well, but drew with Incheon

On the other hand, Edgar’s header and Lee Jin-yong’s mid-range shot failed to open Incheon’s goal. There was an opportunity to counter-attack in the first half extra time. Ko Jae-hyeon, who received the pass, rushed to the right side of the Incheon gate and missed the goal mid-range.스포츠토토

Daegu turned the game around in the 5th minute of the second half. Edgar took care of Cezinya’s corner kick. Edgar, who went behind the opposing defender, shook Incheon’s net with a header. Daepak heated up and the cheers of the fans grew.

In the 11th minute of the second half, he scored a come-from-behind goal. Sejingya, who was driving the ball into the center of the opponent’s goal, passed it to Hwang Jae-won, who was running to the right, and Hwang Jae-won crossed shortly to the left of Incheon’s goal. Edgar, who was behind the defense, ran forward and scored a header, his second goal and a come-from-behind goal.

In the 18th minute of the second half, Daegu got out of the critical crisis. A video review showed that Daegu’s defense was fouled and allowed a penalty kick, but Incheon Hernandez’s shot hit the crossbar and bounced off. Daegu threatened the opponent’s goal by using the speed of Baselus, who was put in instead of Hong Chul. However, in the extra time of the second half, Hong Si-hoo from Incheon took a blow and missed the victory right in front of his eyes.

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