Professional football K League 1 FC Seoul failed to escape the slump without winning again. Seoul tied Daegu FC 2-2 in the 27th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 at 7:30 p.m. on the 19th at Seoul World Cup Stadium. As a result, Seoul, which recorded 39 points (10 wins, 9 draws and 8 losses), regained its fourth place again, beating Gwangju, but could never laugh. 스포츠토토탑
Seoul, which won the home game against Suwon FC at Seowol World Cup Stadium on the 12th of last month, has been in a serious slump since then, scoring seven goals, the most in the league’s history. Seoul, which has recorded no wins (3 draws and 2 losses) in five consecutive games since the match against Suwon FC, will remain in an unstable fourth place. The start wasn’t bad. Seoul took the lead in the 8th minute of the first half with a lucky goal that Han Seung-kyu’s surprise right-footed shot hit the post, but hit Daegu goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon’s body.
In the 24th minute of the first half, Lee Keun-ho scored an equalizer after a video review, but Kim Shin-jin’s picturesque free-kick goal in the 41st minute of the first half led again. Seoul, which finished the first half with a 2-1 lead, blocked Daegu’s wave offensive in the second half and gave up an equalizer to Edgar in the 36th minute of the second half. Coach Ahn Ik-soo, who needed a come-from-behind goal, even put Ji Dong-won in the 42nd minute of the second half. Ji Dong-won, who had been suffering from an injury for a long time, took the ground again after a year and five months in the league.
Ji Dong-won, who was put into the stadium for the first time in a long time, scored a shot once with an active movement, earned a foul, and played with all his might, but Seoul eventually failed to score an additional goal and tied the game. In particular, Seoul set a meaningful record through its home game. Seoul, which attracted 284,265 home spectators before the match, surpassed 300,000 spectators for the first time in four years against Daegu.
When more than 15,735 spectators entered the game, they were able to surpass 300,000 spectators, and 17,800 spectators visited the stadium for the weekend to cheer. As a result, Seoul surpassed 300,000 spectators with the shortest game (14 games) since the paid audience count in 2018.
Prior to the match, Seoul was the only K League 1 club to open the era of 20,000 (21,867) on average this season, proving to be a popular team representing the K League. However, fans who visited the stadium due to the recent slump were booing louder than ever.