One of the representative derbies of the K-League is the confrontation between Suwon FC and Suwon Samsung. Looking at the history of the team alone, Suwon Samsung, which was founded in 1995 and participated in the K-League the following year, is longer than Suwon FC, which started as an unemployed team in 2003 and joined the K-League 2 (Part 2) in the 2013 season, but the situation tells a different story.
The 3rd round of the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ between the two teams held at Suwon Sports Complex on the 11th was just like that. Suwon FC defeated Suwon Samsung 2-1 in the season’s first ‘Suwon Derby’. Suwon FC, who won the first win of the season (1 draw and 1 loss), took a step ahead of Suwon Samsung with 7 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses in the past. 메이저사이트
What made the difference was determination. The performance of Suwon FC striker Lars was dazzling. Lars, who started from the bench, harassed the Suwon Samsung defense with tremendous movements right after stepping on the pitch in the 24th minute of the first half.
The results came soon. Lars helped Lee Gwang-hyeok’s first goal with an exquisite header pass from a corner kick in the 40th minute of the first half, and instead of being greedy for a counterattack chance in the 7th minute of the second half, Lars handed the ball to Brazilian wing forward Murillo to deliver an additional goal. Suwon FC, leading 2-0, conceded a comeback goal to Kim Kyung-joong in the 23rd minute of the second half, but the game ended without further conceding.
Lars, who recorded two assists, left a good impression with a dedicated play that moved deep below the half line and joined the defense. Lee Seung-woo, who was forced to miss the day after receiving a red card in the second round against Pohang Steelers (1-2 loss), could not feel the vacancy.