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2019-08-19

Jeonbuk and Gangwon tied 3 to 3 after a fierce match[3]

Jeonbuk and Gangwon tied 3 to 3 at the match. Jeonbuk Hyundai had a game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R24, against Gangwon FC in the main stadium of Chuncheon Songam Sports Town on the 4th, and the teams tied 3 to 3. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation, and Kim Seung Dae played up front. Lopes, Lim Sun Young, Son Jun Ho, and Moon Seon Min were deployed in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Lee Ju Yong, Kim Min Hyeok, Hong Jeong Ho, and Choi Chul Soon formed back four, and goalie was Song Bum Keun. As the first half began, Jeonbuk produced a golden chance from an opponent’s mistake and opened the scoring. Moon Seon Min stole and crossed the ball. And Lim Sun Young rushed towards the goal, and his shooting calmly shook the net in the 4th minute. After the opening goal, Gangwon widely launched flank attacks, and it put pressure on Jeonbuk. Cho Jae Wan and Kang Ji Hoon actively played to create shooting chances. Moon Seon Min and Lopes tried shootings one after another in the 17th minute. Jung Jo Gook showed a sharp shooting in the 29th minute, but it missed the goal. Gangwon kept making attacks. Cho Jae Wan cut through the defense, Kang Ji Hoon fired a sharp shooting, but Song Bum Keun made a good save. In the 37th minute, they almost pulled one back. Kang Ji Hoon’s cross hit a defender and bounced. Jung Jo Gook fired a right-footed shooting. The goal was disallowed for offside after watching VAR. Finally, Gangwon made a goal right before the whistle. It was similar to the last one. Lee Yeong Jae broke through the right flank, and Jung Jo Gook scored a goal. This time, the referee allowed the goal after watching VAR. Lopes got a cross from Moon Seon Min and fired a shooting. But it missed the goal. Still, their play threatened Gangwon. Jeonbuk replaced Lopes and Shin Hyung Min by Rosa and Han Seung Gyu in the 14th minute to add more goals. Meanwhile, Gangwon put Oh Beom Seok into the field in the 16th minute. Then, Gangwon also put Kim Ji Hyun into the field to strengthen the offense. In the 26th minute, Jeonbuk succeeded to pull one back. Moon Seon Min ran towards the penalty box, fell over a defender, and got a penalty kick. The kicker Rosa fired a right-footed shooting. The score became 2 to 1. Jeonbuk replaced Moon Seon Min by Choi Bo Kyung in the 29th minute to protect the midfield. Rosa put a sudden mid-range shooting in the 37th minute. Gangwon never gave up, so Cho Jae Wan pulled one back in the 45th minute. The score became 2 to 3. The referee added 6 minutes of injury time. Jeonbuk allowed Gangwon to score a goal on a penalty kick. His goal brought the game to a 3 to 3 tie.

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Jeonbuk 2 vs 2 Jeju, 2nd place Jeonbuk is on 12 home game unbeaten streak[3]

Jeonbuk was on a 12 home game unbeaten streak, but dropped to the second place. Jeonbuk Hyundai had a game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R23, against Jeju United in Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 31st, and the game ended in a 2 to 2 tie. They took the second place with a record of 14 wins, 7draws, 2 defeats, and 49 points. Meanwhile, there was no change in Jeju’s ranking, and they just added 1 point. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation, and Lee Dong Gook was the lone striker. Moon Seon Min, Son Jun Ho, Lim Sun Young, and Lopes were deployed in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding midfielder. Kim Jin Su, Kwon Kyung Won, Hong Jeong Ho, and Lee Yong formed back four, and goalie was Song Bum Keun. Jeju took the 4-4-2 formation. Magno and Seo Jin Su played up front. Yun Il Lok and Nam Joon Jae were wingers. Lee Chang Min and Kwon Soon Hyung were deployed in the midfield. Jeong Woo Jae, Alex, Choi Kyu Baek, and Park Jin Po formed back four. Goalie was Oh Seung Hoon. Jeonbuk formed the starting lineup as usual. Lopes and Moon Seon Min broke through the flanks to create shooting chances. Jeju with newly joined players could not properly fight back. They replaced Park Jin Po by Kang Yoon Sung in the 19th minute. Jeonbuk kept harassing the enemy and opened the scoring in the 26th minute. Lee Yong took a corner kick towards the goal, it hit Jeong Woo Jae’s head and shook the net. After the opening goal, Alex injured his hamstring in the 33rd minute, and had to leave the field. Jeju replaced Alex with Kim Won Il. Magno fired a sharp right-footed shooting in the 36th minute, and it missed the goal. Soon, they succeeded to pull one back in the 38th minute. The score became 1 to 1. As the second half began, Jeonbuk replaced Lee Dong Gook by Kim Seung Dae. In the 7th minute, Jeonbuk succeeded to win an additional goal. Lopes broke through the midfield rapidly and made a pass play with Moon Seon Min. Son Jun Ho received the ball and fired a calm right-footed shooting. So, they were ahead of the game by one goal. Jeonbuk replaced Lim Sun Young with Samuel Rosa in the 10th minute. Meanwhile, Jeju put Osaguona into the field to intensify the offense. It worked, so they pulled one back again in the 27th minute. Osaguona trapped the ball with his head, but Kim Jin Su made a back pass. Nam Joon Jae stole the ball and fired a precise shooting. The assistant referee disallowed it for offside, but called it good after watching VAR. Jeonbuk put Han Kyo Won into the field in the 38th minute to show their will to win a victory. Even though they mounted fierce attacks to the end, the goalie of Jeju made saves on all occasions.

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Kim Seung Dae’s golden winning goal, Jeonbuk won 5th victory against FC Seoul[3]

Kim Seung Dae won a winning goal, and Jeonbuk had had 5 victories against FC Seoul. Jeonbuk Hyundai had an away game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R22, against FC Seoul in Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 20th, and they were on a winning streak in their games against FC Seoul. Kim Seung Dae, who newly joined the club, won a golden winning goal, and it led his club to a 4 to 2 victory. Jeonbuk widened the gap between Jeonbuk and the 2nd place with a record of 14 wins, 6 draws, 2 defeats, and 48 points adding 3 points on the day, and they became Seoul’s natural enemy. Even though Park Dong Jin won 2 goals in the game, Seoul allowed Jeonbuk to win the game. They had a record of 12 wins, 6 draws, 4 defeats, and 42 points. Seoul took the 3-5-2 formation, and Park Chu Young and Park Dong Jin played up front. Go Yo Han and Ikromjon Alibaev were deployed in the second offensive line. Ko Kwang Min and Yoon Jong Gyu played in the flanks. Osmar Ibanez Barba played as holding mid-fielder. Hwang Hyun Soo, Kim Won Sik, and Lee Woong Hee played as center-back. Goalkeeper was Yang Han Been. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation, and Lee Dong Gook played up front. Lopes, Lim Sun Young, Son Jun Ho, and Moon Seon Min were deployed in the second offensive line. Jung Hyuk played as holding mid-fielder. Kim Jin Su, Kim Min Hyeok, Hong Jeong Ho, and Lee Yong formed back four. Goalie was Song Bum Keun. As the first half began, Seoul and Jeonbuk engaged in a fierce battle. Since Aleksandar Pesic and Kim Shin Wook were out of the game, the players in the second offensive lines had to do their best. Jeonbuk opened the scoring. In the 28th minute, Kim Jin Su suddenly fired a mid-range right-footed shooting, it hit Hong Jeong Ho and shook the net. Seoul staged a fierce rally to watch for chances, and pulled one back before the last whistle of the first half. Alibaev broke through the right flank. Park Dong Jin got a cross from Alibaev and succeeded to win a goal in the 43rd minute. Jeonbuk seized an opportunity at the beginning of the second half. They replaced Lim Sun Young with Kim Seung Dae to be more aggressive. When Moon Seon Min received a cross, he bumped into Yang Han Been in the 7th minute. The referee pointed the spot, but changed his mind after watching VAR. Jeonbuk added a goal in the 13th minute, and it was Hong Jeong Ho again. He got Jung Hyuk’s cross and headed the ball into the net. The score became 2 to 1. Soon, Seoul added one more goal, so they went back to the square one. Park Dong Jin won a goal again in the 13th minute with a strong right-footed shooting. Jeonbuk replaced Jung Hyuk and Lee Dong Gook by Han Seung Gyu and Kwon Kyung Won in the 24th minute. Seoul also replaced Park Dong Jin by Cho Young Wook to strengthen the defense. Park Chu Young almost turned the table in the 28th minute, but the referee did not allow the goal after watching VAR because Cho Young Wook committed a foul right before Park Chu Young’s shooting. Jeonbuk succeeded to win their third goal in the 31st minute. Kim Seung Dae calmly fired a right-footed shooting off Lopes’ pass. The score became 3 to 2. Seoul put Yun Ju Tae into the field, and counterattacked to the last minute. Moon Seon Min won Jeonbuk’s fourth goal in the 38th minute. He sprinted to the end line and passed the ball to Lopes, and Lopes calmly scored. Seoul never gave up and launched attacks to win a goal, but Jeonbuk never let them. Finally, Jeonbuk tasted the joy of victory.

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Lee Dong Gook’s 221st goal, Jeonbuk Hyundai 1 vs 1 Ulsan Hyundai[3]

Lee Dong Gook won his 221st goal, and Jeonbuk was still in the top place. Jeonbuk Hyundai had a match, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R21, against Ulsan Hyundai in Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 14th, and it finished a 1 to 1 tie. They kept the 1st place with a record of 13 wins, 6 draws, 2 defeats, and 45 points. Lee Dong Gook opened the scoring and it was the 221st goal of his career. Meanwhile, Ulsan had one less game than Jeonbuk, and kept the 2nd place with a record of 13 wins, 5 draws, 2 defeats, and 44 points. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation. Lee Dong Gook played up front, and Lopes, Han Seung Gyu, Son Jun Ho, and Moon Seon Min were deployed in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Lee Ju Yong, Kwon Kyung Won, Hong Jeong Ho, and Lee Yong formed flat back four. Goalie was Song Bum Keun. Ulsan took the 4-2-3-1 formation. Joo Min Kyu was the lone striker. Kim In Sung, Lee Sang Heon, and Kim Bo Kyung played as attacking mid-fielder. Mix Diskerud and Park Yong Woo played as holding mid-fielder. Back four consisted of Park Joo Ho, Kang Min Soo, Yun Young Sun, and Kim Tae Hwan. Goalie was Oh Seung Hoon. After having fierce competition, Moon Seon Min was awarded a penalty kick in the 7th minute. He broke through the enemy lines and fell over Mix. The kicker Lee Dong Gook calmly succeeded to win a goal in the 9th minute. He had recorded offense points in their last 4 consecutive games. Soon, Ulsan created a chance. Joo Min Kyu got a pass and faced the goalie, but the goalie made a good save. Jeonbuk attacked from start to finish, and dominated the mid-field. Lopes and Moon Seon Min tried a fast breakthrough and launched attacks. Ulsan also tried several shootings, but it was difficult for them to win a goal. In the 33rd minute, they pulled one back. Kim Bo Kyung took a corner kick, and Joo Min Kyu headed the ball into the net. Ulsan increased their ball possession and played hard for an additional goal. Ulsan replaced Lee Sang Heon by Lee Keun Ho in the 7th minute to be more offensive. And in the 15th minute, they put Júnior into the field. Jeonbuk also replaced Lee Dong Gook by Ibini. Lopes broke through the enemy line, fired a sharp shooting in the 18th minute, but the goalie made a save. Ulsan kept threatening Jeobuk with several shootings. In the 35th minute, they lastly put Hwang Il Su into the field. Even though Jeonbuk and Ulsan were engaged in a fierce battle, the game ended in 1 to 1.

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Moon Seon Min’s hat trick, Jeonbuk won a superb 4-1 victory over Daegu[3]

Moon Seon Min scored his first hat trick in Jeonbuk Hyundai, so Jeonbuk won a complete victory. Jeonbuk Hyundai had an away game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R20, against Daegu FC in DGB Daegu Bank Park on the 10th, and earned a 4 to 1 victory over Daegu thanks to Moon Seon Min’s hat-trick. Jeonbuk won the first place back with a record of 13 wins, 5 draws, 2 defeats, and 44 points adding 3 points. Jo Hyeon Woo was not in the starting line-up for a bad cold and ache. Daegu’s defense was unstable, so they allowed Jeonbuk to win a goal after another from the beginning. Daegu failed to improve their ranking with a record of 7 wins, 9 draws, 4 defeats, and 30 points. Daegu took the 3-4-3 formation. Cesinha, Hwang Soon Min, and Jung Chi In formed reverse triangle offense. Gang Yoon Goo and Kim Jun Yeop were deployed in the flanks. Ryu Jae Moon and Park Han Bin took on the mid-field. Kim Woo Seok, Han Hee Hoon, and Park Byung Hyun formed back-three defense. Goalie was Choi Young Eun. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation, and Lee Dong Gook was the lone striker. Lopes, Lim Sun Young, Jung Hyuk, and Moon Seon Min attacked in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Kim Jin Su, Kwon Kyung Won, Kim Min Hyeok, and Choi Chul Soon formed flat back-four. Goalie was Song Bum Keun. As the game began, Jeonbuk launched a series of attack. Moon Seon Min opened the scoring in the 1st minute. Lee Dong Gook got Kim Jin Su’s cross from the left side and sent the ball towards the goal. Moon Seon Min headed the ball into the net. Soon, Jeonbuk succeeded to win an additional goal. In the 3rd minute, Lopes did a back heel pass off Moon Seon Min’s ground cross, and Jung Hyuk suddenly shook the net with a right-footed shooting. The score became 2 to 0. Daegu watched for a chance of pulling one back and staged a fierce rally. Especially, Cesinha tried to create shooting chances. Jeonbuk increased their ball possession and put pressure on the enemy until the final whistle of the first half. Daegu replaced Gang Yoon Goo with Rildo to pursuit Jeonbuk, but was in a danger for Han Hee Hoon’s mistake on a back pass. The goalie made a good save for it. Cesinha earned a penalty kick, and calmly kicked a penalty in the 7th minute. The score became 2 to 1. After losing a goal, Jeonbuk replaced Lim Sun Young who got injured by Son Jun Ho. Son Jun Ho showed a header off Lopes’ cross in the right side, but the goalie blocked it. Moon Seon Min made a header off the bounced ball and it shook the net in the 10th minute. There was still a high possibility that Moon Seon Min and Lopes would won additional goals. To make matters worse, Daegu’s goalie Choi Young Eun was ousted from the game for warnings accumulated in the 19th minute. So, Daegu had to put Jo Hyeon Woo into the field. Meanwhile, Jeonbuk replaced Shin Hyung Min by Choi Young Jun to secure the mid-field. Moon Seon Min scored his third goal this game and made it a hat trick. Lee Dong Gook made a header off Jung Hyuk’s cross in the right side, and it hit the goal post. Moon Seon Min sprung out at the goal, and calmly fired a shooting. Daegu suffered the numerical inferiority. Cesinha tried to produce chances, but his shootings were roughly finished. Jeonbuk replaced Moon Seon Min by Han Seung Gyu for their next game. Finally, the game ended in 4 to 1 win for Jeonbuk, and they won the first place back.

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Kim Shin Wook and Lee Dong Gook led Jeonbuk to 3 to 1 victory[3]

Jeonbuk recovered the first place beating Seongnam thanks to Kim Shin Wook’s opening goal. He will be transferring Shanghai Shenhua FC. Jeonbuk Hyundai had a home game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R19, against Seongnam FC in Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 7th, and made a 3 to 1 clean sweep. They recovered the first place with a record of 12 wins, 5 draws, 2 defeats, and 41 points. Kim Shin Wook opened the scoring and Lee Dong Gook won his 201st goal in Jeonbuk. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation and Kim Shin Wook was the lone striker. Lopes, Lim Sun Young, Son Jun Ho, and Moon Seon Min were deployed in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Lee Ju Yong, Kim Min Hyeok, Hong Jeong Ho, and Lee Yong formed the flat back four. The goalie was Song Bum Keun. Seongnam took the 3-4-3 formation. Eder, Lee Hyeon Il, and Choe Byeong Chan formed the offense. Seo Bo Min and Ju Hyun Woo played as wingback. Mun Ji Hwan and Park Tae Jun took on the mid-field. Ahn Young Kyu, Yeon Je Un, and Lee Chang Yong formed the back three. Kim Dong Jun was the goalie. Jeonbuk and Seongnam were engaged in a fierce battle. Jeonbuk tried to create shooting chances in the flanks, meanwhile, Seongnam put pressure on Jeonbuk with attacks. Kim Shin Wook easily got a cross from Lee Ju Yong and headed the ball into the net without any physical fight in the 16th minute. Seongnam counterattacked and pulled one back. Eder suddenly put a mid-range shooting near the arc, and it shook the net. The score became 1 to 1. Jeonbuk got more aggressive after the equalizer, and soon, Son Jun Ho succeeded to won an additional goal. Lopes passed the ball to Moon Seon Min, and Son Jun Ho fired a strong right-footed shooting off Moon Seon Min’s pass in the 35th minute. Seongnam replaced Lee Hyeon Il by Mathias Coureur in the 37th minute, but it didn’t work. Jeonbuk mostly dominated the field and put pressure on the enemy. The second half was quite the same as the first half. Jeonbuk kept harassing the enemy, and meanwhile, Seongnam staged a fierce rally. Seongnam replaced Park Tae Jun by Kong Min Hyun in the 13th minute. Right after the replacement, Moon Seon Min faced the goalie but could not fire a shooting. Lopes made a shooting off Kim Shin Wook’s header pass in the 26th minute, but it was disallowed for a handball. Kim Shin Wook’s right-footed shooting shook the net again, and it also disallowed for offside. In the 34th minute, Jeonbuk replaced Kim Shin Wook with Lee Dong Gook, and Seongnam replaced Ju Hyun Woo with Moon Sang Yun. Lopes and Lee Dong Gook exchanged the passes, and Lee Dong Gook fired a shooting in the 38th minute. Jeonbuk put the icing on the cake. The score became 3 to 1. Eventually, they earned a 3 to 1 win over Seongnam.

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Jeonbuk 1 vs 1 Pohang thanks to Lim Sun Young’s opening goal[3]

Lim Sun Young opened the scoring, so that Jeonbuk kept the first place winning 1 point. Jeonbuk Hyundai had an away game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R18, against Pohang Steelers in Pohang Steel Yard on the 30th. They tied 1 to 1. With the result, Jeonbuk got ahead in goal points and maintained the first place with a record of 11 wins, 5 draws, 2 defeats, and 38 points. Pohang overcame their numerical inferiority and ended a run of defeats. Meanwhile, FC Seoul kept the second place. Jeonbuk used the 4-1-4-1 formation, and Lee Dong Gook was the lone striker. Ibini, Jung Hyuk, Lim Sun Young, and Lopes were deployed in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Kim Jin Su, Hong Jeong Ho, Kim Min Hyeok, and Choi Chul Soon formed four back. Goalie was Song Bum Keun. Pohang took the 4-2-3-1 formation, and Kim Seung Dae played up front. Wanderson, Lee Seok Hyun, and Song Min Kyu attacked in the second offensive line. Lee Su Bin and Jeong Jae Yong took on the mid-field. Four back consisted of Sim Sang Min, Bae Seul Ki, Ha Chang Rae, and Kim Yong Hwan. Goalie was Kang Hyeon Mu. Lee Dong Gook fired a shooting in front of the goal in the 2nd minute. Then, Pohang counterattacked and Kim Seung Dae also fired a threatening shooting. Kim Seung Dae continued to show the remarkable performance and offensive moves. His shooting almost scared the defense of Jeonbuk in the 7th minute, and showed a mighty pass to Wanderson in the 11th minute. Jeonbuk had to increase their speed, and started attacking. Both pullbacks kept launching attacks to create chances. In the 18th minute, Jeonbuk penetrated into the enemy’s territory, grabbed a shooting chance, but finally it was blocked. A bad event occurred for Pohang. Ha Chang Rae received a yellow card for a dangerous tackle in the 27th minute, and was ousted from the game for warnings accumulated. Pohang had to overcome this numerical inferiority. Then, Jeonbuk launched aggressive attacks. Kim Min Hyeok attempted a frontal breakthrough in the 30th minute. Meanwhile, Pohang counterattacked. Wanderson and Song Min Kyu fired shootings one after another. Pohang replaced Jeong Jae Yong with Kim Kwang Suk in the 35th minute, and changed the formation to back three. In the 38th minute, Lim Sun Young got Kim Jin Su’s cross, headed the ball towards the goal, but it just hit the goal post. Pohang could not make shootings because their attempts were roughly finished. Kim Seung Dae and Wanderson fought two alone. In the 45th minute, Lee Dong Gook showed a header, but the first half ended scoreless. As the second half began, Jeonbuk replaced Jung Hyuk with Moon Seon Min to increase attacks. But the players in the mid-field frequently made mistakes. More players of Pohang actively engaged in offense. Kim Seung Dae broke the defense of Jeonbuk in the 8th minute, and produced a shooting chance to Kim Yong Hwan. Kim Yong Hwan calmly fired a shooting, but Song Bum Keun made a good save. Pohang earned a free kick chance near the penalty box in the 10th minute. Bae Seul Gi fired a mighty left-footed shooting, but it hit the goal post hard. Then, Wanderson missed a shooting chance. After the shootings, Jeonbuk replaced Lopes by Son Jun Ho in the 13th minute to stabilize the midfield. Lim Sun Young opened the scoring making a header off Kim Jin Su’s cross. Pohang was a formidable competitor. Wanderson received Kim Seung Dae’s cross and won an equalizer in the 29th minute. Kim Seung Dae became the 49th member of 30-30 club with 34 goals and 30 assists. Ibini shook the net off Lee Dong Gook’s pass in the 36th minute, but the goal was disallowed for offside. Jeonbuk lastly replaced Lee Dong Gook with Lee Yong for all-out war. No one succeeded to win a goal. Before the last whistle, Kim Sang Sik was ousted from the game. The game ended in 1 to 1.

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2019-07-12

Morais and Moon Seon Min were sent off, Jeonbuk failed to qualify to ACL quarter-finals[3]

It was a pity, but Jeonbuk Hyundai failed to qualify to the ACL quarter-finals after playing a seesaw game. Jeonbuk Hyundai had an AFC Champions League 2019 second leg round of 16 match against Shanghai SIPG FC in Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 26th. The score was 1 to 1, so there was a penalty shootout. Jeonbuk was defeated in the penalty shootout, 3 to 5, and failed to clinch the qualification. Jeonbuk took the 4-1-4-1 formation and Kim Shin Wook played up front. Lopes, Lim Sun Young, Son Jun Ho, and Moon Seon Min were deployed in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Kim Jin Su, Hong Jeong Ho, Kim Min Hyeok, and Lee Yong formed back 4. Goalie was Song Bum Keun. Lopes put a mid-range shooting as the game began. Kim Shin Wook and the players in the second offensive line tried hard to open the scoring. Shanghai counterattacked and got a shooting chance in the 15th minute. Hulk’s shooting hit the goalpost and bounced back. Wang Shen Chao fired a shooting again, but it just shook the outside of the net. From the beginning, Jeonbuk and Shanghai competed in a strong battle to win a goal. Jeonbuk was the one who opened the scoring. Kim Shin Wook trapped Lee Yong’s cross from the right side with his head, Son Jun Ho sent the ball towards the goal, and Kim Shin Wook fired a precise shooting falling down in the 26th minute. Hulk tried a sharp shooting, but Song Bum Keun made a great save. Oscar and Elkeson showed a poor performance. As the second half began, the foreign players of Shanghai improved their performance and launched attacks. But the players of Jeonbuk threw themselves to stop them. Jeonbuk started to possess the ball more and put pressure on the enemy. Hulk counterattacked and it threatened Jeonbuk. He received goalie’s long kick, broke through the defense, and fired a sharp shooting. It just hit the goal post in the 27th minute. Jeonbuk replaced Lim Sun Young with Choi Young Jun in the 30th minute to keep Shanghai in check. For the referee’s unclear judgment, Jeonbuk allowed the enemy to win a goal. Elkeson trapped a cross with his head, and Hulk scored a goal in the 34th minute. The match was back to square one, and it got more aggressive. Kim Shin Wook tried several shootings. Also, Moon Seon Min showed a sharp shooting in the 42nd minute, but it missed the goal. To make matters worse, head coach Jose Morais was kicked out of the game for strongly challenging the referee. Finally, they had to have extra time. In the 7th minute of the first half of the extra time, Kim Shin Wook headed Son Jun Ho’s cross towards the goal, but it slightly missed the goal. Mostly, Jeonbuk dominated the field and harassed Shanghai. Son Jun Ho tried a sharp shooting in the 10th minute of the second half, but the goalie blocked it. Jeonbuk replaced Son Jun Ho by Lee Dong Gook for winning an additional goal. But it did not work. The penalty shootout started. The first kicker of Shanghai Hulk easily succeeded to shook the net. Lee Dong Gook failed. Both of the second kickers succeeded. The third kicker of Jeonbuk Lee Yong calmly shook the net. The last kicker of Shanghai Oscar won a goal, so they advanced to the quarter-finals.

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Jeonbuk 1 vs 1 Suwon, Jeonbuk maintained 1st place[3]

Jeonbuk maintained 1st place and their 7-game unbeaten run. Jeonbuk Hyundai had a home game, Hana 1Q K-League 1 2019 R17, against Suwon Samsung in Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 23rd, and tied 1 to 1. With the result, Jeonbuk kept 1st place because of they had won more goals than FC Seoul. Suwon settled for 8th place with a record of 4 wins, 7 draws, 6 defeats, and 19 points. Jeonbuk let some of their key players take a rest, and took the 4-1-4-1 formation. Lee Dong Gook played up front. Tiago, Han Seung Gyu, Jung Hyuk, and Ibini were deployed in the second offensive line. Choi Young Jun played as holding mid-fielder. Lee Ju Yong, Kim Min Hyeok, Choi Chul Soon, and Myeong Jun Jae formed back 4. Goalie was Song Bum Keun. Suwon used the 3-4-3 formation. Yeom Ki Hun and Dejan Damjanovi? were missed on the starting line-up. Also, they found that Jeon Se Jin, who had been chosen on the national team for FIFA U-20 World Cup, got an injury. Han Eui Gwon, Adam Taggart, and You Ju An were 3 forwards. Hong Chul, and Park Hyung Jin were deployed in the flanks. Elvis Sari? and Shin Se Gye played as holding mid-fielder. Go Myeong Seok, Yang Sang Min, and Ku Ja Ryoung formed 3 back. Goalie was No Dong Geon. As the first half began, Jeonbuk opened the scoring. A defenser of Suwon made a back pass to No Dong Geon, No Dong Geon’s kick hit Lee Dong Gook’s face and shook their net. Suwon needed to counterattack, but it was not smooth. Jeonbuk tried to take the lead. They played a seesaw game in the mid-field. Suwon got rough, and Jeonbuk mostly possessed the ball. Jeonbuk replaced Kim Min Hyeok and Tiago with Hong Jeong Ho and Lopes for second half, meanwhile, Suwon replaced Han Eui Gwon with Wagner da Silva Souza to counterattack. In the 2nd minute, Taggart fired a shooting off Wagner’s cross, but Song Bum Keun made a good save. Lopes was put into the field to be more aggressive, and the players of Jeonbuk attacked down the wings to harrass Suwon’s defense. Suwon grabbed a chance and pulled 1 back. In the 26th minute, Taggart calmly faced the goalie, and fired a shooting. The score became 1 to 1. After the goal, Suwon replaced Yang Sang Min with Jo Sung Jin, and Jeonbuk replaced Han Seung Gyu by Kim Shin Wook. There were rough play and unclear decisions, so the players lost their concentration. Kim Shin Wook headed the ball into the net off a cross for the extra time, but it was disallowed after watching VAR twice.

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Jeonbuk Hyundai 1 vs 1 Sanghai SIPG in ACL first leg round of 16 match[3]

Even though Moon Seon Min opened the scoring, the game ended in a draw. Jeonbuk Hyundai had an AFC Champions League first leg round of 16 match against Shanghai SIPG F.C. in Shanghai Stadium on the 19th, and they tied 1 to 1. Now Jeonbuk is at an advantage in the upcoming second leg match because of the goal. Kim Shin Wook played up front. Moon Seon Min, Lim Sung Young, Son Jun Ho, and Ibini attacked in the second offensive line. Shin Hyung Min played as holding mid-fielder. Kim Jin Su, Kim Min Hyeok, Hong Jeong Ho, and Lee Yong formed back four, and goalie was Song Bum Keun. As the first half began, Jeonbuk opened the scoring. In the 2nd minute, Moon Seon Min got a cross from the right side and fired a sudden shooting. Shanghai had their key players, such as Oscar, Hulk, and Elkeson in this match. But Jeonbuk mostly dominated the field. Shanghai grabbed a chance and tried a sharp shooting in the 18th minute, but the goalie made a good save. The players of Shanghai counterattacked to pull one back, and Wang Shen Chao headed the ball into the net in the 38th minute. The score became 1 to 1. The game returned to its starting point. Shanghai put pressure on Jeonbuk with rough play and unnecessary fouls, meanwhile, Jeonbuk actively played to win a goal. Especially, Kim Shin Wook and Ibini showed excellent performance to create chances. Jeonbuk replaced Lim Sun Young by Han Seung Gyu in the 29th minute to strengthen the second offensive line. They showed their will to keep launching attacks through forward passes, and replace Kim Shin Wook with Lee Dong Gook in the 34th minute. Unfortunately, they faced a serious crisis for Shanghai’s counterattack. Finally, Jeonbuk had a fierce battle at the end, but the first leg match finished a draw.

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