Joo Min-gyu, Bako (Ulsan Hyundai), and Na Sang-ho (FC Seoul), who scored 11 goals side by side and tied for the top scorer in the K-League 1, are rekindled in time for the league’s resumption.

Joo Min-gyu and Bakko wait for 메이저사이트 an away game against Daegu FC in the 25th round of the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’, which kicks off at 7:30 pm on the 5th at DGB Daegu Bank Park.

Joo Min-gyu’s scoring race has slowed down since July. This season, he scored more than two goals every month since the start of the season, including two goals in March, three goals in April, three goals in May, and two goals in June.

He scored 22 goals in 2021, when he played for Jeju United, and became the top scorer in five years after Jeong Jo-guk. Last year, he scored the most goals with 17 goals alongside Cho Kyu-seong (Mittwillan, then Jeonbuk Hyundai), but failed to become the top scorer for two consecutive years due to being pushed out of points per game. Joo Min-gyu, who made a comeback with his former team Ulsan this season, is challenging for the top scorer title again with the trust of coach Hong Myung-bo and the support of the league’s top two resources.

Unexpectedly, the competitor is his teammate, Georgian national team member Barco. After joining Ulsan in 2021 and scoring 9 goals (34 games) in the first year, he scored 8 goals (37 games) last year. So far this season, he has already scored 11 goals while playing just 23 games (14 starts). In particular, in June alone, he scored 5 goals (1 assist) in 4 games and received the ‘Player of the Month’ award. He mainly played as a substitute due to his poor condition in the early stages, but recently he has been playing the role of a starter and scorer.

The reason Bako expects Daegu more is because he is called the ‘Daegu Killer’. In the last two seasons, he scored 5 goals in 5 matches against Daegu. In the two matches against Daegu this season, he played a central role in winning three goals.

It remains to be seen whether Ulsan, which leads the K-League 1 race with 18 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses (56 points), will hit the road again in the Daegu (33rd, 7th place) expedition with Joo Min-gyu and Bako at the forefront.

Na Sang-ho scored 6 goals in 6 games in April and also received the ‘Player of the Month’ award. However, he was silent for a long time, scoring only one goal for two months in May and June. It was the Jeonbuk Hyundai War on the 8th of last month that flapped the wings of resurrection. The team lost 1-2, but succeeded in scoring the league’s ninth goal, and scored goals 10 and 11 with multiple goals in the next match against Suwon FC (Seoul won 7-2).

In particular, after Hwang Ui-jo, who played an active role as a ‘rental status’ or a built-in one-top, returned to Nottingham Forest at the end of June, Na Sang-ho exploded and became a great force for Seoul.

Seoul, ranked 3rd in the league (37 points), invites Pohang Steelers, who are ranked 2nd (44 points), to their home at 7:30 pm on the 4th. Since Hwang Eui-jo left, Seoul has been sluggish with two scoreless in the last three home games. Using Na Sang-ho’s spear, he sets out to pursue Pohang.

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