Incheon United coach Cho Seong-hwan continued to trust Mugosa.
Incheon United lost 0-2 to Jeonbuk Hyundai in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 25 match held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7:00 pm on the 6th.
With this, Jeonbuk made 40 points, beating FC Seoul (38 points) and Gwangju FC (37 points) and jumping to third place. On the other hand, Incheon failed to challenge for 4 consecutive wins and kept the 8th place with 33 points.
Incheon even threw a number of wins to appoint Mugosa full-time, who had returned to the K-League after 407 days, but in the end, Jeonbuk could not open the goal. In the first half, the attack could not be developed properly due to the sudden heavy rain, and in the second half, Jeonbuk’s solid defense prevented them every time. Cheon Seong-hoon and Mugosa two-top card also failed.스포츠토토
After the game, coach Cho Seong-hwan said, “The game after the break is difficult for any team. Today, we needed to focus on not conceding points first. It’s great. I’ll pick it up quickly and prepare well for the FA Cup.”
Director Cho Seong-hwan unexpectedly gave 90 minutes to the returning Mugosa. Even before the game, he said that he hoped that he would only drag on for more than 45 minutes, but it was not an easy choice to take out the gosa in a situation where a goal was needed.
How did director Cho Seong-hwan see Mugosa’s performance? He said, “I had a lot of concerns about the amount of activity, but I did better than I thought.
Incheon suffered a blow from Jeonbuk, ending their three-game winning streak. Coach Cho Seong-hwan said, “It is useless to regret the game that has ended. We must focus on the upcoming FA Cup. We will focus on quick recovery and performance.”