Coach Cho Sung-hwan not satisfied with the victory: “We need to improve the conceded goal”

Reporter Lee Jung-bin = Despite the dramatic win at Anbang, coach Cho Sung-hwan was not satisfied. He hoped for better results in the future by improving the problems.

Incheon won 2-1 at home against Jeju United in the 30th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at the Incheon Football Stadium at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Hernandez scored a spectacular mid-range strike just before the end of the match to secure the three points.

Incheon moved up to sixth place in the league with 43 points (11 wins, 10 draws, and nine losses). With three wins, one draw, and one loss in their last five league games, they have further improved their chances of reaching Final A.

After the game, head coach Cho Sung-hwan said, “I’m happy that we were able to continue the goals we set out at the beginning of the season and get the three points to challenge for Final A. I’m happy to share it with the fans. It can be difficult to play a day game after a long time, but we will not give up and produce results, which will have a positive impact on our next game.”

Before the game, head coach Cho Sung-hwan emphasized the importance of not dropping points in the future. After falling behind after the first goal of the game, a dramatic wonder goal secured the three points. “We can’t let one mistake or failure stop us from reaching our goal. With only a few games left, it’s important for us to get the points instead of looking at other teams’ results, and I think today’s win will be very important,” he said.

Hernandez, who started today’s game, was the solution. “Hernandez was motivated from the start,” said Cho Sung-hwan. At the beginning, he was overzealous, but in the end, he finished and gave the team a result. I think his flow will go up.”

Incheon will now head to the Asian Games. “We will play strategically with players who are in good shape,” said Cho Sung-hwan about the midweek match against Yokohama F.Marinos.바카라사이트

Despite the dramatic win, Cho was not satisfied. “We need to improve our conceded goals. We’re giving up space behind the ball, and we need to work on controlling our speedy players. We will improve this part through analysis and communication with the players.”

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