‘Comeback goal after 417 days of no exam → Wedge bone AS’ Incheon defeats Daegu 3-1, ‘jumps to 7th place’

 ‘Destroyed sword finisher’ Stefan Mugosa (31, Incheon United) is back.

Incheon United won 3-1 in the 26th round home game of ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ against Daegu FC held at the 안전놀이터 Incheon Soccer Stadium on the 13th. Incheon (9 wins, 9 draws, 8 losses), who took 3 points at home, jumped to 7th place. For the first time this season, he showed off his firepower by scoring three goals in the first half alone. Incheon won the victory by keeping the lead until the end.

Incheon used a 3-5-2 tactic. Zerso and Mugosa worked together as two tops. Min Kyung-hyun, Kim Do-hyuk, Moon Ji-hwan, Lee Myung-joo, and Kim Jun-yeop coordinated the midfield. Delbridge, Kim Dong-min and Oh Ban-seok were in charge of defense. The goal was defended by Lee Tae-hee.

Daegu came out with a 3-4-3 formation. Edgar, Sejingya, and Ko Jae-hyeon led the attack. Hongcheol, Park Sejin, Lee Jinyong, and Hwang Jaewon formed the waist. Cho Jin-woo, Hong Jeong-woon, and Kim Jin-hyeok formed the three-back. Oh Seung-hun puts on goalkeeper gloves.

Both teams desperately needed a turnaround. Incheon lost 0-2 in an away game against Jeonbuk Hyundai on the 6th. The winning streak ended at ‘3’. Daegu also recorded a 0-0 draw in the previous home game against Ulsan Hyundai.

The whistle blew announcing the start of the game. Incheon laughed first. Incheon took a 1-0 lead with Mugosa’s comeback goal in the 22nd minute of the first half. Mugosa completed the pass given by Zerso with a powerful mid-range shot. Mugosa, who recently returned from the Japanese J-League, exploded a comeback goal in front of the home fans. It is the first time in 417 days that Mugosa has scored in Incheon’s uniform. He scored a hat-trick in a match against Gangwon FC at home on June 22 last year.

Incheon scored an additional goal in the 31st minute of the first half. In a corner kick situation, Lee Myung-joo’s cross was linked by Mun Ji-hwan’s surprise header. Inspired by the atmosphere, Incheon even scored an additional goal by Jerso in the extra time of the first half. Incheon, who took the ball from the opponent’s camp, attacked the opponent’s camp with the combination play of Zerso and Mugosa. Zerso received a pass from Mugosa and beat the Daegu goalkeeper to score. Incheon ended the first half with a 3-0 lead.

Both teams took out replacement cards at the start of the second half. Incheon replaced Moon Ji-hwan with Mpoku, and Daegu replaced Lee Jin-yong with Keita. Daegu pulled the reins on the attack. However, Incheon’s goal did not open easily. Daegu replaced Hong Chul with Jang Sung Won in the 13th minute of the second half. Incheon also made a change in the 22nd minute of the second half by excluding Mugosa and Zerso and adding Cheon Seong-hoon and Kim Bo-seop. Daegu won the match. Instead of Edgar and Cho Jin-woo, Lee Geun-ho and Kim Kang-san were put in.

A match was held between Incheon to defend and Daegu to pursue. Both teams used replacement cards side by side in the 35th minute of the second half. In Incheon, Kim Min-seok replaced Lee Myung-joo, and in Daegu, Beltola replaced Park Se-jin.

Daegu seized the opportunity. It was 38 minutes into the second half. Keita, who was digging into the opponent’s camp, induced the opponent’s foul. The referee called for a penalty kick. Cesingya, who took the kicker, calmly scored the goal. Daegu’s wave offensive has begun. A war of nerves unfolded between the players. In the back-to-back showdown, Incheon laughed. He kept the lead until the end and took a victory period.

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