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K-League 1 Gangwon-Daejeon, A Draw that Failed Both Teams
Daejeon failed in Final A... Gangwon can't widen the gap with last place.
Professional soccer K-League 1 Gangwon FC and Daejeon Hana Citizen drew and shared 1 point each, but neither team was able to smile.
Gangwon drew 1-1 with Daejeon in the 32nd round home game of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Gangneung Sports Complex in Gangwon-do on the 1st.
11th place Gangwon (26 points), which added 1 point, was unable to narrow the gap with 10th place Suwon FC (30 points).
Also, they were unable to push away 12th-place Suwon Samsung (22 points), which was directly relegated.
Daejeon also added only 1 point and was confirmed to advance to Final B (7th to 12th) instead of Final A (1st to 6th).
Daejeon stood still in 8th place (42 points).
In the first half, both teams did not miss the opportunity to score by causing the opponent's passing mistake with strong forward pressure.
Daejeon scored the first goal. 바카라사이트
In the 18th minute of the first half, taking advantage of Gangwon's passing mistake, Kim In-gyun stole the ball in midfield in front of the goal and passed it to Thiago, and Massa, who received a pass slightly given away by Thiago, stabbed the corner of the opposite goal with his right foot from the penalty area in front of the goal.
Gangwon immediately tied the game two minutes later with Kim Dae-won's wonder goal.
Gangwon also put strong pressure on Daejeon, and Kim Dae-won took advantage of Daejeon's incomplete pass to steal the ball and hit the net with a right-footed mid-range shot from behind the penalty line.
Gangwon, which was behind in possession of the ball in the first half by 33% to 67%, reorganized itself in the second half and took the lead in the game by increasing its possession to nearly 60%, but failed to score an additional goal.
In the 17th minute of the second half, Gangwon's Gabriel broke through the line and fired a right-footed shot from the right penalty area, but it was blocked by Daejeon goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun's super save.
LG Twins Manager Yeom Kyung-yeop Revealed his Concerns About Korean Starting Pitcher Choi Won-tae.
LG Yeom Kyung-yeop "If Choi Won-tae doesn't do well in his next appearance, I'm worried about being canceled or taking a break." 온라인카지노
Coach Yeom met with reporters ahead of the professional baseball game KT Wiz held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 6th and said, "If the next pitch is not good,
I will either remove you from the entry, or take a long period of time and look at (the rotation)." said.
Choi Won-tae allowed 5 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, and 2 runs (2 earned) in 3 innings against KT the previous day.
At that time, when the game was delayed for 104 minutes due to heavy rain ahead of the attack in the top of the fourth inning, Choi Won-tae naturally handed the ball to the reliever.
His sluggish performance is not an easy problem as LG brought him in through a bold trade last July to win the Korean Series for the first time in 29 years.
In exchange for Choi Won-tae, LG gave Kiwoom Heroes two promising pitchers, including Lee Joo-hyung and Kim Dong-gyu, and a first-round pick in the 2024 rookie draft.
Choi Won-tae pitched well, allowing 6 scoreless innings in his transfer debut on July 30, but his average ERA was only 9.00 in 4 games and 21 innings in the month of August.
And he was unable to shake off his bad luck even in the game the day before he pitched after 10 days of rest.
Bullpen pitcher Yoo Young-chan, who has slowed down by allowing 5 runs in 3 innings in the last 3 games, will also take a day or two of rest.
Coach Yeom Kyung-yeop analyzed, "In the past, he was a pitcher who was busy throwing strikes, but that's not the case anymore.
However, in order to go one step further, you need to be able to see the corner (strike zone) and fight in favorable counts."
Regarding closer Go Woo-seok, who saved the victory by one point the previous day, he said, "He showed himself as a king of saves in an important game and situation," and expressed his gratitude.
"It is thanks to coaches Kim Gyeong-tae and Kim Gwang-sam who prepared (Go Woo-seok) quickly."
[Asian Games] ‘Captain’ Baek Seung-ho Laughed with his Colleagues at the End, “Growing as a Person”
Although I suffered from criticism for my mistakes, I finished with a gold medal... “It will be a turning point”
Baek Seung-ho (26, Jeonbuk), midfielder for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games men's soccer team, experienced both the sweet and bitter tastes of life in a short period of time at this tournament. 카지노사이트원
He was selected as one of the three 'wild card' positions on the national team for this tournament, where players under the age of 24 (U-24) can play, and was also selected as captain, playing a role in establishing the team's focus both on and off the field.
Although the team won a series of big wins in the early stages of the group stage and overcame difficult opponents in the tournament, he enjoyed success with his teammates, but he also became the target of criticism when his mistakes were highlighted several times.
In the semi-final against Uzbekistan (2-1 win on the 4th), when he was criticized for allowing a free kick that was an excuse for conceding a goal, he protested and said, "I said I was trying hard, but it ended up being a foul, and I couldn't avoid the shot, but I got hit and went in."
He protested and asked, "What should I do?" “I wonder if you will be satisfied.
I hope you will believe in me and support me,” he said.
Baek Seung-ho, who wore the captain's armband and defended the national team's midfield in the fateful final against Japan held at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 7th, had the last laugh as the team won 2-1 and won the gold medal for the third time in a row.
When the journey, which was not easy, ended with the victory he had set for, Baek Seung-ho showed tears mixed with various emotions from the past.
Baek Seung-ho, who met reporters with the gold medal around his neck, said, “I am grateful to coach Hwang Seon-hong and the coaching staff for believing in me and selecting me.
“I am also grateful to my colleagues who believed in each other and worked towards our goal until the end,” he said.
“It was a time when I was desperate and prepared hard because I wanted to win, and I am happy to have achieved the result.
“Everyone worked so hard that it’s hard to single out just one person,” he said, reflecting on this competition, adding, “I think I learned a lot and grew as a person.”
Baek Seung-ho expressed his gratitude, saying, "When the coach trusted me and entrusted me with the captaincy, I felt excited and fun rather than worried, but as each game went up, the pressure and responsibility increased.
Thankfully, the coach, coaches, and colleagues believed in me."
When celebrating the win, Coach Hwang and Seung-ho Baek hugged each other, soothing each other's heartache and sharing joy.
Baek Seung-ho said, "The coach also had a lot to worry about before and during the competition and worked hard.
He told me that I had worked hard and said a lot of nice things, so we talked to each other," and "I was constantly in tears."
Coach Hwang Seon-hong said, “I trusted Seung-ho 100%, so I made him captain.
(When criticism came up), I told him, ‘Don’t worry about it, just do what you have to do.’”
Coach Hwang, who played as an undisputed starting striker for the national team during his time as a player, but received more criticism than anyone else due to the high expectations, said, "I have experienced this too, and I hope my juniors can overcome all such things.
I want to tell them that they just need to remain silent and do their job." said.
Baek Seung-ho, who has experience working on European stages such as Germany, will receive military service benefits by winning this gold medal, focusing more on his team and laying the foundation for challenging bigger stages in the future.
Baek Seung-ho said, “A lot of things happened in this competition, and it was a good experience for me to get a result.”
He smiled and said, “I think it will be a ‘turning point.’”
[Asian Games] Jang Yu-bin Takes Sole Lead in Men’s Golf 1R… Ranked 1st in Korea in Group Exhibition
Jo Woo-young tied for 3rd place, PGA Tour Lim Seong-jae and Kim Si-woo tied for 14th place.
Yubin Jang (Korea National Sport University) took the lead in the first round of the men's golf competition at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games. 바카라사이트
On the first day of the tournament held at the West Lake International Golf Course (par 72, 7,280 yards) in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 28th, Yubin Jang made 12 birdies and prevented one bogey, hitting 11 under par 61.
Jang Yu-bin, ahead of Daichi Go (Hong Kong) by one stroke, is in first place as of 5:40 p.m.
On this day, in the first round, players with relatively good skills played in the previous group, so Jang Yu-bin is likely to maintain first place until the end of the first round.
Korea, whose national team consists of amateur national team members Jang Yu-bin and Jo Woo-young (Korea National Sport University), and Lim Seong-jae and Kim Si-woo, who play on the PGA Tour, had two amateurs in the top ranks in the first round.
Wooyoung Jo also tied for 3rd place with 9 under par 63 strokes, while Seongjae Lim and Siwoo Kim are tied for 14th place with 66 strokes at 6 under par.
Even in the team event, where the ranking is determined by adding up the scores of the top three out of four players, Korea took the lead with a combined score of 26 under par, beating out Singapore and Japan, who were both at 21 under par.
Jang Yu-bin showed good shooting sense on this day, making six consecutive birdies from the first to the sixth hole.
Jang Yu-bin, who won the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Gunsan CC Open in August, said, "I hit the ball well, and there was some pressure, but as things started going well from the beginning, the pressure disappeared and I got a good score."
He added, "So far, 6 points including eagle in 5 holes. “I’ve hit under par before, but this is the first time I’ve made birdies in 6 holes in a row,” he said happily.
Along with Jo Woo-young, three others, including Cheon Gu-shin (China) and Sumiuchi Masato (Japan), were tied for third place.
Three people, including Pachara Kongwatmai (Thailand), tied for 6th place with 8 under par 64 strokes, and Anirban Lahiri (India) and Siddiker Rahman (Bangladesh) tied for 9th place with 7 under par 65 strokes.
Seongjae Lim and Siwoo Kim are 5 strokes behind leader Yubin Jang, but are in a position to catch up in the remaining 2nd to 4th rounds.
In Korea's previous competition, the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games, Oh Seung-taek won a silver medal in the individual event and a bronze medal in the team event.
[Asian Games] North Korean swimmer Ri Hye-kyung tells Chinese reporters, "I'm glad to be able to participate in the competition."
North Korean swimmer Lee Hye-gyeong (18), a member of the General Association of Koreans in Japan (Chongryon), was interviewed by Chinese reporters.
Lee Hye-kyung competed in the women's 100m butterfly preliminaries at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games Swim Management held at the 바카라사이트 Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center swimming pool in Zhejiang, China, on the 27th. She finished in 1 minute 07.72 seconds and was eliminated after placing 19th out of 25 people.
Lee Hye-kyung, who said she would decline an interview request from Korean reporters after the game, stopped when a Chinese reporter who spoke Korean fluently said, "Lee Hye-kyung, this is a Chinese reporter."
Hye-kyung Lee told a Chinese reporter, "The result of today's match was not good.
I was in bad shape and I had an injury, so I was worried," and that she was "training, recovering little by little."
Lee Hye-kyung debuted on the international stage at the 2018 Hangzhou Short Course (25m) World Championships and ranked 46th in the 100m backstroke (1:05.53) and 25th in the 200m butterfly (2:18.63).
She has not competed in any international competitions since.
When a Chinese reporter asked her "how she felt about coming to Hangzhou for the second time," Lee Hye-kyung replied, "It was good that she was able to play in a match held in a very large stadium."
Lee Hye-kyung ended the interview by saying, “My goal for next year is to break my personal best record.”
Two North Korean swimmers, Park Mi-sung (22) and Lee Hye-sung, participated in the Asian Games.
Park Mi-seong competed in the women's 100m freestyle preliminaries on the 26th, and she finished in 18th place out of 29 people with a time of 58.79 seconds.
However, just participating in this competition attracted attention.
It has been about four years since the World Military Athletics Championships held in Wuhan, China in October 2019 that a North Korean swimmer participated in an international competition.
The International Aquatics Federation recognizes records set at the Military World Championships as official records.
Criticism of Kwon Soon-woo's Refusal to Shake Hands After Being Eliminated from the Asian Games
Korean tennis star Kwon Soon-woo was embroiled in a 'personality controversy' after slamming his racket and refusing to shake hands with his opponent when he was eliminated from the men's singles match at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games. 카지노
On the 26th, a video of Kwon Soon-woo venting his anger with a racket after losing a game is spreading on YouTube and social media.
In this video, which seems to have been filmed from the stands, Kwon Soon-woo slams his racket six times.
The racket was shattered to the point where it was unrecognizable.
This is a scene immediately after the end of the men's singles second round between Kwon Soon-woo and Kasidit Samrej (Thailand) held on the 25th.
Kwon Soon-woo, ranked 112th in the singles world rankings, was eliminated after losing 1-2 (3-6 7-5 4-6) to Samrez (636th), who was 500 places lower than him.
Kwon Soon-woo, who is trying to win the gold medal in this tournament, appears to have been unable to relieve his anger when he was eliminated early in the singles match.
A tennis player who loses a match venting his anger with his racket is a scene that can be seen quite often even in professional competitions.
However, there is criticism that Kwon Soon-woo's refusal to shake Samrez's handshake was an action that crossed the 'line'.
Even though Kwon Soon-woo waited for Samrez to approach and shake his hand, he did not show any reaction and just straightened up his luggage.
Samrez eventually turned around shyly and greeted the audience.
Overseas fans are also casting a critical eye on Kwon Soon-woo.
The South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported that one netizen said, “A player must love the racket just as a pianist loves his fingers, a photographer loves his eyes, and a soldier loves his gun.
It is natural for a person like this (Kwon Soon-woo) to lose.
“A person like this who ignores tennis should be banned for life,” he wrote.
Kwon Soon-woo, who has not yet resolved his military service, continues his challenge for the gold medal in men's doubles, paired with Hong Seong-chan.
USA Returns to No. 1 in Men's Basketball World Rankings... Korea Ranked 51st
The United States returned to No. 1 in the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) men's world rankings.
The United States ranked first in the world rankings announced by FIBA on the 16th, up one place from second place in the previous ranking. 카지노사이트원
The FIBA World Rankings are announced after major competitions, and this ranking reflects the FIBA Men's World Cup rankings that ended on the 11th.
The United States ranked 4th in this World Cup, but Spain, which was originally ranked 1st, also fell to 9th place and moved up one place to 1st place.
The United States maintained first place for 12 years since 2010, but was pushed down to second place by Spain in November of last year.
Spain rose to second place, and Germany, which won the World Cup, jumped from 11th to third.
Excluding Oceania countries such as Australia (4th) and New Zealand (21st), Japan ranked highest among FIBA Asia countries at 26th.
Japan ranked 19th in this World Cup and qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Following Japan, Asian countries followed in that order: Iran (27th), Lebanon (28th), China (29th), Jordan (32nd), and the Philippines (38th).
Korea, which was ranked 38th, fell to 51st.
Korea did not participate in the World Cup regional preliminaries due to the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), and was unable to participate in international competitions, such as not participating in the Paris Olympics pre-qualification competition held in Syria in August due to athlete safety concerns.
In the women's rankings announced the day before, there was no change in the top ranks of the United States, China, Australia, Spain, and Canada.
Korea rose one place to 13th place.
Gwangju FC Practice Stadium is Dissatisfied “There is No Place to Practice as Much as you Want”
The three existing facilities are difficult to rent or use due to facility defects, so the players and fans want to build a new dedicated facility... Gwangju City is ‘reluctant’
As the Gwangju FC professional soccer club is taking the field by storm with its brilliant attacking soccer and undefeated record in nine games, its poor training facilities are also coming into the spotlight. 카지노사이트
Gwangju FC, a civic club, is practicing at three different stadiums, but it is difficult to use even these stadiums properly due to problems with grass and drainage, so some are saying that a separate dedicated practice stadium is needed.
According to Gwangju FC on the 12th, the players alternately rent the Gwangju Soccer Center, Gwangju Soccer Stadium (formerly Gwangju World Cup Stadium auxiliary stadium), and Gwangju World Cup Stadium main stadium once or twice a week for training.
Among these, the soccer center was often unusable due to drainage problems when it rained heavily since its opening in 2019, and the foul smell worsened as the grass rotted.
It is not easy to use the soccer-specific stadium and the main stadium of the World Cup Stadium as the number of rentals is limited to about twice a week due to natural grass protection issues.
Players who wanted to train on the grass field 5 to 6 days a week unanimously said in each post-game interview, "It's a shame that we can't use the field to our fullest."
Gwangju FC coach Lee Jeong-hyo expressed his wish at a press conference after the recent Ulsan game, saying, "The players and others have shown (through their performance) about the environment of Gwangju FC, so I hope the city will also give an answer."
Gwangju FC fans are also calling for the construction of a new dedicated practice facility by hanging banners at home games saying, "It's only a professional team, the training environment is amateur," or asking for a stadium to be built.
Gwangju City and the Gwangju City Sports Council, which operates the stadium on a consignment basis, expressed reluctance to build a new practice stadium, saying that difficulties in use would be resolved once the soccer center repair work is completed in the first half of next year.
Gwangju City, which spent 2.92 billion won to build a soccer center, plans to spend another 2 billion won to complete drainage construction and grass cultivation by the end of April or early May next year.
The soccer-specific stadium, where concerns have been raised about the stands shaking, will also undergo repair work by early next month.
Kang Gwang-ho, head of the World Cup team at the Gwangju City Sports Council, said, “There were problems with the soccer center due to poor foundation construction.
After the Sports Council completes the construction first, the city will file a claim for compensation from the first construction company.”
He added, “Once repairs are completed at all three locations, practice rentals will proceed smoothly.”
“It will come true,” he explained.
Lee Boo-ho, head of the Gwangju City Sports Promotion Department, said, “We are working to normalize the situation by starting detailed design for the drainage construction of the soccer center."
He added, “Gwangju FC is supporting 10 billion won per year for the secretariat and players’ operating expenses, and a separate dedicated practice stadium is being built.”
“We are not considering additional construction,” he said.
[Asian Games] Faker and Ahn Se-young Selected as 8 Players to Watch by AFP
Two days before the opening of the Hangzhou Asian Games, Faker (esports) and Ahn Se-young (badminton) were named among the eight notable players selected by AFP.
On the 21st, the AFP news agency introduced eight players to watch, saying, "Athletes with top skills from around the world will participate in this year's Asian Games." 바카라사이트
Regarding Faker participating in e-sports, AFP said, "Faker, whose real name is Lee Sang-hyeok, is a legendary figure in e-sports," and "He is evaluated as the best player of League of Legends of all time."
He added, “If they win a gold medal, Korean athletes will be exempt from military service.”
Lee Sang-hyeok is a veteran who has shown top-level skills even in his late 20s in e-sports, where his playing career is short.
Regarding badminton player Ahn Se-young, the AFP news agency predicted, "He has won nine international competitions this year and has risen to No. 1 in the world rankings.
However, he must overcome the challenges of former world No. 1 Akane Yamaguchi (Japan) and Chinese players."
In addition to these two, this communication reports that in track and field, men's high jumper Mutaz Essa Barsim (Qatar), men's javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra (India)
Women's butterfly swimmer Rikako Ikee (Japan), men's breaststroker Chin Haiyang, and women's tennis and golf Jeong Chin-won and Yin Luoning (China)
Who are considered the top contenders for the championship, were selected as players to watch in this competition.
Among them, Barsim, the gold medalist at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, is a 'rival athlete' who is expected to compete with Woo Sang-hyuk for the gold medal.
Chopra is a 'zero ranked gold medal candidate' who has won the 2018 Asian Games in Palembang, Jakarta, the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, and this year's World Athletics Championships.
Ike, who won six gold medals at the 2018 Jakarta Palembang Asian Games and was also selected as the Most Valuable Player (MVP), later overcame leukemia and made waves again in this tournament.
Yin Luoning, currently ranked No. 1 in women's golf in the world, will challenge for the Asian Games gold medal under the guidance of Chinese golf legend coach Feng Shanshan.
[Asian Games] Korean Men's and Women's Baduk, Ranked First in Team Preliminaries, Advance to Semifinals
Korean Baduk passed the men's and women's team preliminaries in first place.
The men's national team defeated Singapore and Thailand in the 5th and 6th rounds of the preliminary round held at the Chinese Academy of Sciences branch in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 1st, and advanced to the 카지노 semifinals as first place in the preliminary round (won all 6 matches).
The semifinal opponent is Japan.
On the other side, Taiwan, led by men's individual gold medalist Xu Haohong, 9th dan, will face China, led by 9th dan Ke Jie.
The women's national team also defeated Thailand in the 5th round of the preliminary round and advanced to the semifinals as first place in the preliminary round (winning all 5 matches).
The women's national team will play Hong Kong in the semifinals.
In the opposite match, China and Japan face off.
Previously, in the men's individual event, Shin Jin-seo, 9th dan, suffered a shock loss to Xu Hao-hong in the semifinals and had to be content with a bronze medal.
Korea was determined to repeat the 'gold medal sweep' in Baduk, which returned to the Asian Games after 13 years, but unfortunately it failed.
Korean baduk dominated three gold medals, including the men's and women's team event and mixed doubles event, at the 2010 Guangzhou Games, where it was first adopted as an official event at the Asian Games.