‘Wonder Boy’ Go Yeong-joon’s theater goal, Pohang wins in 4 games

In the professional soccer K-League One, Pohang and Daejeon entertained fans with a spectacular game in which they exchanged 5 goals in the second half alone.

Pohang’s ‘Wonder Boy’ Ko Young-jun scored a theater goal to put an end to the drama-like match.


Pohang and Daejeon, which had been quiet throughout the first half, showed off their hidden offense in the second half.

In the 7th minute of the second half, Baek Seong-dong’s exquisite kick kicked Pohang off balance, and Daejeon turned the score around 2 minutes with Jo Yu-min’s header.

Pohang took the lead once again with Go Young-Jun’s corner kick headed by Grant.

However, Daejeon Jeon Byung-gwan’s surprise mid-range shot allowed another chase.

In the second half of extra time, which seemed to be over, Koh Young-jun, who emerged as Pohang’s ace, put an end to the great game.

Koh Young-Jun led Pohang to victory in 4 games by leading Lee Ho-Jae’s exquisite pass into a theater goal.

‘Wonder Boy’ Young-Jun Koh’s 5th goal was so thrilling that coach Ki-Dong Kim clenched his fists and roared.

Pohang, who gave victory to the home fans, pulled down Daejeon and moved up to 3rd place.

In the 19th minute of the second half, Daegu Park Se-jin’s half-beat, sensuous shooting was sucked in as it was.

The extra goal also came from a quick counterattack that Daegu boasts.

Daegu, driven by Ko Jae-hyeon, took the promoted team Gwangju 2-0 and raised their ranking to 6th place.

In the so-called ‘Kim Byung-soo Derby’ against Gangwon, the lowest-ranked Suwon won their second league victory thanks to Ahn Byung-jun’s fantastic mid-range goal.

This is Lee Jun-hee from KBS News.

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