K-League 2 Busan wins 2-1 against Suwon FC with 2 PKs in the first leg of promotion PO

Lamas, multiple goals through PK, Seungwoo Lee gets a red card Gangwon-Gimpo tie

Lamas at Busan I-Park

Busan I’Park of the Pro Football K League 2 achieved a thrilling come-from-behind victory in the first leg of the promotion playoffs (PO) by scoring two penalty kicks in a row in the last minute of the game.

Busan defeated Suwon FC 2-1 in the first leg of the Hana One Q K-League Promotion PO 2023 held at Busan Asiad Main Stadium on the 6th.

In the final match against Chungbuk Cheongju FC in K-League 2, second-place Busan, who missed out on a direct ticket to promotion given to the winning team by allowing Giorgi to score an equalizing goal just before the end, scored consecutive goals at the end of the game and gained an advantage in the battle over promotion and relegation. .

On the other hand, Suwon FC, who fell to 11th place in K-League 1 this season and went through a promotion/relegation PO, failed to protect the first goal and missed the win, putting them at risk of relegation.

The away goals rule does not apply to promotion POs.If there is no winner in the 180 minutes of the first and second games, overtime will be held immediately, and if there is no winner here, the fate will be decided in a penalty shootout.

The two teams will have their final battle to decide whether to be promoted or relegated at Suwon Stadium at 2pm on the 9th.

Suwon FC took the lead thanks to Jang Jae-woong’s goal in the 42nd minute of the first half.

Jang Jae-woong made Busan cry by kicking a sharp left-footed mid-range shot from behind the penalty arc and hitting the bottom corner of the goal.

Busan, who had been dragged until the mid to late second half, had the opportunity to tie the game when Lee Seung-gi led a penalty kick.

Lee Seung-woo, who was late trying to stop Lee Seung-gi from infiltrating the goal, was flagged for a foul after a video review (VAR) and was given a yellow card. Lamas, who took the penalty kick in the 39th minute of the second half, calmly finished the game and brought the game back to square one.

Suwon FC, which suffered the bad news of conceding a penalty kick and having Lee Seung-woo sent off, ended up conceding one more goal to Busan’s offensive.

In the extra time of the second half, Busan was awarded another penalty kick when Kim Jeong-hwan was tripped by Kim Seon-min during the contest, and this time, Lamas finished the game, completing a thrilling comeback victory.

Gimpo and Gangwon players competing

Gangwon FC, the 10th ranked team in K League 1, finished the K League 2 regular league in 3rd place and drew without scoring against Gimpo FC, who advanced to PO and promotion PO, and set up the second game.

Gimpo, who achieved the lowest number of goals conceded this season with 26, boasted solid defense against first division teams and achieved no goals, but was unable to find any significant scoring opportunities and ended the first game in a draw. 스포츠토토맨

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