K League 1 Gimcheon draws 0-0 away at Jeonbuk 9 games undefeated

On this day, ahead of the game, Pohang was surpassed and took the lead.

Game scene between Jeonbuk and Gimcheon

Pro Football K-League 1 Gimcheon Sangmu drew with Jeonbuk Hyundai in the away game and went undefeated in 9 games.

Gimcheon drew 0-0 with Jeonbuk in the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 14th round away game held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 25th.

Gimcheon, who continued their undefeated streak for 9 games (4 wins, 5 draws), rose to the top (26 points), beating Pohang Steelers (25 points) ahead of today’s game.

Jeonbuk was unable to continue the trend of winning 3-0 in the previous game against Gwangju FC and had to be satisfied with accumulating 14 points.

Jeonbuk, led by Jeon Byeong-gwan and Park Jae-yong, and Gimcheon, led by Lee Young-jun and politicians, constantly knocked on each other’s goal, but rarely scored.

Jeonbuk’s attacking line lacked the promised movement, and Gimcheon’s attackers’ finishing was dull on this day.

Jeonbuk tried to increase its destructive power by inserting front line Thiago and right fullback Kim Tae-hwan in the 23rd minute of the second half, but the results were not satisfactory.

Gimcheon, which deployed side resources such as Kim Dae-won and Kim Min-jun in succession in the 20th and 32nd minutes of the second half, also did not see much benefit from the replacement card.

Gimcheon midfielder Seo Min-woo hit Jeonbuk’s net with a header during a corner kick in the 45th minute of the second half, seemingly giving Gimcheon the win, but the referee conducted a VAR on-field review and ruled that the ball had touched Seo Min-woo’s left arm just before the shot, resulting in a handball ruling. The score was canceled together.

A decisive VAR decision was made in extra time in the second half.

The ball touched by Moon Seon-min hit the left hand of Gimcheon defender Park Seung-wook, who was inside the penalty area, but the referee ruled that it was not a handball after an on-field review. 토토사이트