It was frustrating.
Jeju United drew 0-0 with Gwangju FC in the 22nd round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Jeju World Cup Stadium on 11 November. Jeju is in sixth place with eight wins, six draws and eight losses (30 points). Gwangju (30 points) finished seventh, with the same number of points as Jeju but on goal difference.먹튀검증
In the sweltering conditions, both teams’ attacks were frustrating. Both teams were physically tired after a short three-day break, which led to a lack of attacking accuracy. Fouls also continued to disrupt the flow of the game.
The home team, Jeju, took the lead as time went on. Hayes knocked on the door with several shots. Gwangju played a physical defence and defended until the end. Gwangju made one counterattack after another in the final minutes of the game. In late stoppage time, Kim Han-gil tried a left-footed curling shot that went just wide of the post. After a frustrating game, both teams were unable to finish the game.