“Too competitive or too disappointing?”

Jeonbuk Hyundai won its fifth career trophy as it beat FC Seoul 3-1 in the second leg of the “2022 Hana One Q FA CUP” final at Jeonju Worldker Stadium on the 30th. Jeonbuk Hyundai scored the first goal in the 10th minute of the first half when Barlow pushed in Kim Jin-kyu’s fast cross. He scored his third FA Cup goal. In the 45th minute of the first half, Cho Kyu-sung headed the ball that Barlow crossed and Jeonbuk took the lead 2-0.

FC Seoul also tried to change the mood by putting Dongjin Park and Ji Dong-won in the second half. When Kim Jin-ya’s cross was deflected back by Ki Sung-yueng’s foot, the Dongjin Park connected it with a goal to announce the chase. Dongjin Park, who had a strong desire to win, hit Kim Jin-soo, who collapsed while fighting for the ball with FC Seoul’s Cho Young-wook, leading to a flashpoint. Kim Jin-soo judged that the Dongjin Park’s collision was intentional and went to a rough war of nerves. 온라인카지노사이트

Jeonbuk’s wedge goal, which was leading 2-1, was completed by goaltender Cho Kyu-sung in the 43rd minute of the second half. Cho Kyu-sung lightly beat Kim Joo-sung and shook FC Seoul’s net with his right-footed shot to secure the FA Cup title. At the awards ceremony that followed the match, the runner-up FC Seoul also received the runner-up necklace on the podium. FC Seoul’s Dongjin Park took the medal from its neck and wrapped it in its hands right after receiving the runner-up medal. It was in contrast to the appearance of FC Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo and other colleagues wearing runner-up medals from the runner-up award ceremony to commemorative photos.

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