‘I broke the goal in 11 seconds’ Gustavo, the shortest time goal tie against Seoul

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 Jeonbuk Hyundai Gustavo made his name in the K-League history on Children’s Day.

Jeonbuk is playing an away match against FC Seoul at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 2:00 pm on the 5th.

The home team, Seoul, chose a 3-4-3 formation. Hwang Ui-jo, Im Sang-hyup, and Na Sang-ho were at the forefront, and Lee Tae-seok, Ki Sung-yong, Palosevich, and Kim Jin-ya were at the waist. Kim Joo-seong, Osmar, and Lee Han-beom formed the back three, and Baek Jong-beom wore the goalkeeper gloves.

The visiting team, Jeonbuk, faced off in a 3-4-3 formation. Gustavo, Moon Seon-min, and Amano Jun led the attack, while Park Chang-woo, Lee Soo-bin, Baek Seung-ho, and Choi Chul-soon formed the waist. Koo Ja-ryong, Park Jin-seop, and Jeong Tae-wook built the defense, and Kim Jeong-hoon guarded the goal.

Currently, Jeonbuk has fallen to 10th place with 2 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses. Recently, the flow is not good with two consecutive losses. In the end, coach Kim Sang-shik took responsibility for the poor performance and put down his baton. Head coach Kim Doo-hyun seeks a turnaround with acting duties.

Before the game, acting manager Kim said, “The team is in a bit of a mental shock as the coach suddenly left,” but also said, “I talked a lot about the professional attitude to the team.” He then said, “This can happen,” and “I told the players that I wish they would find a purpose for what they are playing for. He added that if he is not prepared for that, he will definitely lose today.”

Acting Kim’s wishes appeared in lessㅋㅋㅋ벳 than a minute. As the game started, Seoul passed a pass to the rear. The accuracy of Lee Tae-seok’s pass to Kim Joo-seong was poor. Gustavo quickly intercepted the ball. Then, he split the net with a shot that pierced the goalkeeper’s legs.

It was a goal that came 11 seconds into the game. According to the Korea Professional Football Federation, it is a tie record in the shortest time in K-League history. On May 23, 2007, Bang Seung-hwan, who was a member of Incheon United, scored in 11 seconds.

Meanwhile, Jeonbuk leads 1-0 in the 30th minute of the first half. If Jeonbuk does not lose, it will continue the undefeated record (13 wins, 4 draws) of 17 consecutive league games against Seoul, which started about six years ago.

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