Let’s look at the points to watch for the 32nd round of K League 2.

□ Match of Round – ‘Chungnam Asan’ vs. ‘Jeonnam’, where goal fireworks are expected

Chungnam Asan won 4-3 against Anyang in the 31st round after a slugfest that resulted in 7 goals. It was tied 2-3 until the end, but Park Dae-hoon scored the equalizer in the 44th minute of the second half, and in extra time, Park Seong-woo scored the winning goal to make it 4-3. With the victory that day, Asan, South Chungcheong Province escaped from a three-game losing streak.메이저사이트

Jeonnam also won 3-2 against Gyeongnam, including key goals from Yoo Ji-ha and Lee Yong-jae, who scored multiple goals. It was 3 points after 4 games. Jeonnam’s last away win came 63 days after July 16th, when the opponent was also Gyeongnam.

Chungnam Asan and Jeonnam have combined for a total of 18 goals in the last 5 meetings. With 3.6 goals per game, many goals were scored whenever the two teams met. In addition, in the previous round, Chungnam Asan scored 4 goals and Jeonnam scored 3 goals, raising expectations for a high-scoring game ahead of this match. The third match of the season between Chungnam Asan and Jeonnam will be held at Yi Sun-sin Stadium at 7:30 pm on the 20th (Wednesday).

□ Team of Round – undefeated streak in 14 games, K League 2 semi-playoff visibility ‘Chungbuk Cheongju’

Chungbuk Cheongju won 1-0 with Giorgi’s winning goal in the 31st round away to Ansan. As a result, the undefeated streak that had continued since the 16th round was extended to 14 games (8 wins, 6 draws). They rose five places from 11th before the start of their undefeated streak to currently 6th, and are within sight of the K League 2 semi-playoffs, advancing to 5th place. The point difference with 5th place Gyeongnam is only 2 points.

The most notable thing during the 14-game undefeated run is the solid defense. The average number of goals conceded in 14 games was only 0.6, and the defense stood out, recording 5 clean sheets in the last 6 games.

For Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, this match against Seoul E-Land is a good opportunity to extend their undefeated streak to 15 games. Chungbuk Cheongju defeated Seoul E-Land 3-2 in the first round, which was the club’s first K-League game. The second game of the season also showed a strong performance against E-Land by winning 2-1. The team’s main gun, Giorgi, has scored in both matches against E-Land. The match between Chungbuk Cheongju and Seoul E-Land will be held at Cheongju Stadium at 7:30 pm on Tuesday the 19th.

□ Player of the Round – ‘Seong Ho-young (Busan)’ attempting to score 4 consecutive goals.

Sung Ho-young, now in his 4th year as a professional, is showing off his outstanding performance by scoring consecutive goals in 3 recent games. In particular, Masugeol’s goal this season was the winning goal in a 6-point game against Gimcheon in the 29th round. In the 30th round match against Anyang, he scored the winning goal and led Busan to a 1-0 victory. With the momentum, they even shook Seongnam’s net in the 31st round.

Seong Ho-young, who has scored goals in three consecutive games, is a multi-resource who plays multiple positions. His main position is right wing, but he has played five games as a midfielder and one game as a left-back this season. His goal-scoring ability is also worth noting, as he scored 3 goals with only 4 effective shots.

Busan will attempt its fifth consecutive win against Ansan this round with Seong Ho-young at the forefront. Busan recorded 1 win and 1 draw against Ansan this season. If Busan succeeds in winning five games in a row, it will tie with the club’s record for the most consecutive wins set in the 2016 season in K League 2. We can see whether Sung Ho-young can lead Busan to victory at Busan Asiad Stadium at 7pm on the 19th (Tuesday).

※ Rest team: Gimpo

※ Data in the preview is based on K League official supplementary record data (provided by: Bepro11)

<Hana One Q K League 2 2023 Round 32 Match Schedule>

– Busan: Ansan (19th (Tuesday) 7 p.m., Busan Asiad) Stadium, Channel A Plus)

– Seongnam: Gimcheon (Tuesday the 19th, 7:30 p.m., Tancheon Sports Complex, IB SPORTS)

– Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province: Seoul E (Tuesday the 19th, 7:30 p.m., Cheongju Stadium, skySports, Sports TV, BALL TV) – Anyang: Gyeongnam (Wednesday, the 20th, 7 p.m.,

Anyang Sports Complex, skySports) , Sports TV, BALL TV, Spomon TV)

– Asan, South Chungcheong Province: Jeonnam (Wednesday, 20th, 7:30 p.m., Yi Sun-sin Stadium, Channel A Plus)

– Cheonan: Bucheon (Wednesday, 20th, 7:00 p.m. ) 30 minutes, Cheonan Sports Complex, IB SPORTS)

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