Ulsan, the leader of the K-League, won six consecutive victories thanks to a fantastic free-kick goal by defender Kim Young-kwon.

Jeonbuk has been undefeated for 4 consecutive games since the resignation of coach Kim Sang-shik.

Reporter Heo Jae-won reports on professional soccer news.

In the 5th minute of the first half, Rubiksson cut the Suwon net with a picturesque left-footed volley, giving Ulsan the lead.

A confrontation between Ulsan, the leader in the K-League, and Suwon, the bottom, and Ulsan’s one-sided advantage was expected, but Suwon’s counterattack was also formidable.

3 minutes later, Ahn Byung-jun scored the equalizer with a calm right-footed inside kick to turn the game around.

Ulsan launched a wave of attacks, but Seol Young-woo and Rubikson’s shots hit the goal post one after another, and there was no luck.

However, in the 40th minute of the first half, defender Kim Young-gwon took the lead again with a fantastic 25m left-footed mid-range shot.

It was the K-League debut goal written by Kim Young-kwon, who returned to the domestic stage last year, in 50 games.

In the 16th minute of the second half, Lee Gi-je scored an equalizer again with a left-footed free kick, harassing Ulsan to the end, but in the

40th minute of the second half, Ulsan Seol Young-woo’s penalty kick was scored by Martin Adam calmly, and the two teams’ slugfest was Ulsan’s one. It ended in a goal difference win.

Ulsan, who had won 6 consecutive wins, continued to lead the race, widening the gap with 2nd place Seoul to 13 points.스포츠토토

[Kim Young-gwon / Ulsan defender: I thought it would be a difficult away game, but the players didn’t give up and ran until the end and I’m satisfied with the win 3-2.] In the 8th minute of the second half, with a tight 1-to-1 match, Song Min-gyu, who was substituted, returned from injury

. Report the first goal.

In the 38th minute of the second half, Park Jin-seop even scored a key goal, and Jeonbuk continued their undefeated march with 2 wins and 2 draws in 4 matches after manager Kim Sang-sik resigned.

This is YTN Heo Jae-won.

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