In professional soccer’s K League, last-place Suwon Samsung defeated 10th-place Suwon FC to keep the relegation battle within reach. It was a three-goal comeback after a man was sent off.토토사이트
The mood of the relegation-threatened Suwon derby changed dramatically.
After Suwon Samsung’s Kazuki was sent off in the 14th minute of the first half, the game looked like it would be a walkover when Hugo Gomes scored the first goal for the home team Suwon FC in the 30th minute.
But Suwon Samsung, pushed to the brink, fought back harder despite being down to 10 men.
Following Acosti’s equalizer just before halftime, Ahn Byung-joon turned the tide eight minutes into the second half on the counterattack, finding the corner of the net with a surprise mid-range shot.
Seven minutes later, Suwon FC equalized again with a header by Kim Hyun off a cross from Lee Young-jae, sending the home fans into a frenzy.
Then, in the 33rd minute of the second half, Suwon Samsung’s 19-year-old prospect Kim Joo-chan finally put the finishing touches on the game and roared home the winner.
The quick-footed 6-foot-3 forward finished a pass from Mulicic with a non-stop volley to seal a 3-2 victory.
The win reduced the gap between 10th-place Suwon FC and 12th-place Suwon Samsung to three points, making the relegation battle one hell of a race with two games left in the season.
Leaders Ulsan, who clinched the league title early on, scored three second-half goals to come from behind to win 3-2 in an east coast derby against FA Cup winners Pohang.
The game-winner was scored by Ju In-gyu, who moved into a tie with Thiago for the league lead with 16 goals on the season.