Jeonbuk Dynasty, which dominated in the 2010s, will end this year… ‘Relegation Zone’ Shock loss to Gangwon & tie on points & already 6 losses, the most after Suwon

April 30, 2023 0 Comments

‘There is no dynasty.’

The Jeonbuk Dynasty, which dominated the K-League 1 (Part 1) around the 2010s, seems unlikely to revive any more.

Jeonbuk even suffered a shock defeat to Gangwon FC, which was lingering in the lower ranks, and recorded their 6th loss of the season. Jeonbuk lost 0-1 to Gangwon in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 match held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 4:30 pm on the 29th. In the 45+5 minute of the second half, Jeonbuk suffered a shock defeat at home by giving Hyun-Jun Yang a decisive blow.

With this, Jeonbuk dropped to 9th place with 3 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses with 10 points. On the 23rd, Jeonbuk, who seemed to have survived by winning a thousand gold thanks to the performance of veterans such as Han Kyo-won in the Jeju United expedition, recorded two consecutive losses, following Daejeon Hana Citizen (1-2 loss) on the 26th and this time to Gangwon. That too at home.

On this day, despite playing a leading game against Gangwon, who had been in the relegation zone with Suwon Samsung at the beginning of the season, they failed to score points due to a lack of goal scoring. Jeonbuk more than doubled Gangwon in key figures such as 71% ball possession (Gangwon 29%), 10 shots (Gangwon 4), 5 effective shots (Gangwon 2), and 7 corner kicks (Gangwon 1).

Nevertheless, far from breaking through Gangwon’s goal, he rather conceded a goal to Yang Hyeon-jun. At the end of the second half, defender Hong Jeong-ho accumulated warnings and Kim Mun-hwan was sent off, showing the worst game management. 스포츠토토

With this defeat, Jeonbuk caught up with Gangwon. With 2 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses, Gangwon has 10 points in an instant and seems to be quickly getting out of the relegation zone. Incheon United ranked 11th with 2 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses and 9 points, while Suwon Samsung are still at the bottom with a winless season (2 draws and 7 losses).

Jeonbuk’s current ranking is 9th. It is less than half the number of points won by Ulsan Hyundai (7 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss, 22 points), the leader of the “Hyundai brothers” who have been called rivals.  

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