Reporter Ahn Young-joon = Jeonbuk Hyundai midfielder Baek Seung-ho, who scored a wonderful goal against Brazil in the round of 16 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, said, “With the confidence gained from the World Cup, we will win the K-League in the 2023 season. I will focus,” he said.
On the 12th, Baek Seung-ho had a meeting at the club house in Wanju, Jeonbuk to convey his determination for the new season.
In the Qatar World Cup round of 16 match against Brazil, Baek Seung-ho scored a ‘Saida goal’ with a powerful mid-range shot while trailing 0-4. Although it did not change the outcome of the game, it was a valuable goal that relieved the frustration of the people who had collapsed due to the massive loss. In addition, it was enough to publicize Baek Seung-ho’s presence.
Baek Seung-ho said, “It was an honor just to go to the World Cup, but I also had to prepare for the participation. Thanks to that, I gained a lot of confidence,” he recalled. 슬롯사이트
He added, “Now the World Cup is over. Now is the time to better prepare for the new season with that confidence.”
Last season, in his second year in the K-League, Baek Seung-ho had a good year. He had 2 goals and 5 assists in 30 league games and led the FA Cup win. He was constantly called up to the national team and, as mentioned, even went to the World Cup.
Baek Seung-ho looked back, saying, “After coming to the K-League from the European stage, the opportunity to participate increased, and my sense of the game and my stamina improved. Coach Sang-sik Kim had a similar position to me during his active career, so he gave me a lot of advice. I was able to grow a lot in many ways.” I saw.
“However, I was very disappointed that I missed the championship last season. This year, I plan to focus everything to recapture the top of the league in a better shape,” he said, expressing his determination
. It is a place with special meaning to Baek Seung-ho, who played for the Barcelona youth team and B team from 2010 to 2017.
Baek Seung-ho laughed, saying, “It feels like going home. My colleagues are asking me a lot of questions ahead of the off-season training.” We are talking about doing it,” he said.