‘Yellow card for nervous battle with Kazuki’ Lee Seung-woo repaid with extra goal [Oh!쎈 수원].

Lee Seung-woo (25, Suwon FC) took out his frustration at receiving a yellow card with a goal.

Suwon FC defeated Suwon Samseong 2-0 in the 25th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Suwon World Cup Stadium on May 5 at 7 p.m. thanks to a goal from Rath and a brace from Lee Seung-woo.

Tenth-ranked Suwon FC (23 points) laughed off a battle of pride as it increased its goal difference to five points over 11th-ranked Suwon Samsung (18 points). Suwon suffered their first defeat in six games, halting their upward trend.메이저놀이터

Ahead of the match, Suwon FC head coach Kim Do-gyun said, “We will make good use of Rath’s offerings. I’m looking forward to the individual performances of Lee Seung-woo and Yoon Beom-garam today.”

In the fourth minute of the first half, Lee Seung-woo and Kazuki got into a nervous battle. After being pushed down in the scuffle, Lee got up and fought back. The referee broke them up, but no harm was done.

Two minutes later, Lee made a retaliatory tackle on Kazuki. Lee pleaded his innocence but was shown a yellow card. In his excitement, Lee lost control.

Coach Kim Do-gyun’s prediction was correct. In the 26th minute, Rath headed home a cross from Yoon Beom-garam on a corner kick. Suwon FC took a 1-0 lead.

Lee Seung-woo stepped up to the plate. In the 48th minute of added time, Lee Seung-woo beat a defender with a personalized right-footed shot that rattled the net. Suwon FC made it 2-0. The three players that coach Kim Do-gyun had expected to score two goals combined for a convincing victory.

Lee Seung-woo, who had just received a yellow card, roared after scoring the second goal. The goal came in front of the Suwon Samsung home fans. With their mission accomplished, Ras and Lee were substituted in the 85th minute.

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