‘Bleeding Fighting Spirit’ Joo Min-gyu “It hurt so much, but I thought it was ‘not at this time'”

Professional football K League 1 ‘River 1’ Ulsan Hyundai’s signature striker Joo Min-gyu (33) exploded multiple goals even after being hit hard in the face and bleeding during the game, and the team scored the second goal of the season. The crisis of defeat was averted.

Ju Min-kyu scored consecutive goals in the 32nd and 43rd minutes of the second half in the K-League 1 Round 15 home game against Daejeon Hana Citizen at Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 28th, leading Ulsan to a dramatic 3-3 draw.

Ulsan took the lead with an own goal in the 20th minute of the first half of the day, but was dragged around by conceding 3 goals in a row, and was in danger of losing to Daejeon again after the 7th round, but Ju Min-gyu’s head and left foot saved the team.

In particular, his ‘fighting spirit’ made the goal shine even more.

In the 29th minute of the first half, Ju Min-gyu suffered a dizzying situation in which he collapsed after being hit in the face by the shoulder of opponent defender Kim Hyun-woo in an aerial contest.

Joo Min-gyu, who had been lying on the ground for a while, got up with difficulty and continued to play, but his nosebleeds continued to flow from the strong shock.

However, Joo Min-gyu, who was not replaced in the second half, covered his nose and played the ground until the end, giving Ulsan a thousand gold points.

After the game, Joo Min-gyu said, “It hurt so much when I was hit at first, but I thought it was not the right time and played the game.”

He said, “Coach (Hong Myung-bo) said at halftime, ‘Let’s not give up. We have the power to catch up and turn over. Let’s start over. I did it earnestly,” he said.

He added, “It was a game that could have been easily played if the strikers had taken advantage of their chances, but it was a game that we had to reflect on because we couldn’t do that.”

With the two goals that day, Joo Min-gyu recorded his 8th league goal this season, and was tied for the top scorer with Na Sang-ho (Seoul).메이저놀이터

Joo Min-gyu said, “When I was in Jeju, I thought that I could only win if I scored a goal or scored an offensive point, but in Ulsan, I seem to be playing as a ‘team’. I spend the season thinking about how I can help someone score a goal.” “There are many talented players around me, so I’m comfortable in every game,” he said, giving credit to his teammates.

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