Lee Sang-hun’s career reversal → Expectations for Gangwon Final A↑

Only four months ago, players who were pushed back from the top two teams were dominating the K-League 1. This is the story of Gangwon FC striker Lee Sang-hun.

Lee Sang-hun scored two goals in an away match between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Hana Bank K League 1 2024 on the 7th, leading his team to a 3-2 victory. Gangwon won its first consecutive game of the season thanks to Lee Sang-hun’s strong performance of scoring multiple goals in two consecutive games.

Lee Sang-hun, who scored seven goals in 2024 to rank No. 1 in scoring, recorded his best eight-year professional career in just six games. His best record of going back and forth between the first and second parts was seven goals in 31 K-League 2 games for Busan I’Park in the 2022 season, a career high just over a month before the opening.

Lee Sang-hun is at the center of Gangwon’s transformed soccer this season. His main position is offensive midfielder Lee Sang-hun, who is currently playing as a front-line striker in the 4-4-2 formation in Gangwon Province. He is mainly focusing on coordinating and finishing games at the front as a shadow striker. He is exerting fatal blow to opponent teams by banking on his strong forward pressure during defense and occupying fast space and finishing touches during counterattacks.

It is truly a myth of twist. Lee Sang-hun, a native of HD Youth in Ulsan, joined Ulsan in 2017 and received high public expectations. However, he failed to establish himself in the K League 1 due to the presence of outstanding and prestigious competitors. In 2021, he joined Busan in the K League 2 and played as a starting member for two seasons, but he was excluded from the first team last season and played in only five games.

The move to Gangwon Province signaled a rebound. Most of all, Yoon’s reunion with “Eunsa” Yoon Jeong-hwan was the most effective. Yoon called Lee Sang-hun up at Hyundai High School, the youth team, in late 2016 when he led Ulsan. They parted ways the following year when Yoon took the helm of Cerezo Osaka, but they met again in Gangwon Province after eight years. Yoon knows Lee Sang-hun better than anyone else and is maximizing his capabilities.

Gangwon, which managed to survive in the first division through promotion and playoff last year, ranks fifth among the 12 teams in the first division thanks to Lee Sang-hun’s strong leap forward. Attention is focusing on whether the reunited teacher and student will lead the team’s goal to advance to the Final A (top six teams in the K League 1). 메이저 토토사이트

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