“We conceded the first goal,” says Suwon coach Kim Byung-soo on the loss.

“We conceded the first goal.토토사이트

Kim Byung-soo, head coach of Suwon Samsung. Suwon cried in another Suwon derby. Suwon conceded back-to-back goals from Ras and Lee Seung-woo to lose 0-2 to Suwon FC in the 25th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Suwon World Cup Stadium on Friday. Suwon was unbeaten in its previous five matches. They had even won back-to-back games against Ulsan Hyundai and Gangwon FC. But on this day, Suwon took a knee and suffered a bitter defeat after six games. Kim’s team was unable to find the back of the net in the final minutes, despite introducing attacking resources such as Kim Kyung-joong, Acosti, and Mulicic in succession.

In the post-match press conference, Kim said, “It’s a shame we lost because it was an important game. The lack of numbers in the midfield led to our problems. The fact that we conceded the first goal was a big blow.” As for Welik Popo, who made his debut, he said, “The game wasn’t bad. I think he used up a lot of energy in the first half defending. But I think he’s a player to keep an eye on.”

Kazuki had a disappointing performance. “We switched to a back four in the second half,” said Kim. Soccer is a one-on-one battle in each area. I didn’t see too many problems. We had a few good chances in the second half, but we couldn’t capitalize on them.”

On the Suwon derby defeat, he said, “It could be a natural phenomenon. There’s no particular reason for it,” he said.

The opponent focused on closing down the space. “When all the players are in the box, we have no choice but to cross. We need to keep it simple. The team that scores the first goal has the advantage in the game,” he explained.

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