Jeonbuk Hyundai U17 Jeonju Youngsaeng High School reached the top of the Youth Championship for the first time in its founding. .
In the final of the 2023 GROUND.NK League U17 Championship held at Cheonan Sports Complex at 6:00 pm on the 28th, Youngsaeng High School scored 1 goal with Jin Tae-ho (17) and Choi Kang-min (17) in the first half, and Kwak Seong-hoon (17) volleyed in the second half. Suwon Samsung U17, who only managed to make up for it, overcame Suwon Maetango 2-1. With this, Youngsaeng High School showed off its spirit by winning the championship for the first time since its founding in 2015. Suwon Youth Maetango was a strong player who won the championship in 2017 and 2018, but could not stop Jeonbuk’s momentum, which was strongly driven in the first half.
The atmosphere at the beginning of the first half was dominated by Maetango. In particular, Maetango put Kwak Seong-hun and Ko Jong-hyeon and Park Seung-soo, who were selected as semi-professionals, into the starting lineup. In addition, captain Kim Sung-joo and striker Yoo Byung-hun showed aggressive moves and dug into Jeonbuk’s defensive camp strongly. The midfield camp continued to cut and attack. However, his decision-making power fell in front of the goal.
Youngsaenggo overcame the initial crisis, gradually reorganized its line and regained a sense of stability. From about 15 minutes into the first half, the flow slanted towards Youngsaeng High School. In the 16th minute of the first half, Seo Jeong-hyeok’s free kick was connected by Kim Soo-hyeong with a header. blocked by the goalkeeper In the 20th minute of the first half, Kwon Yeon-woo’s mid-range shot threatened the goal.토토사이트
In the end, Youngsaeng High School scored the first goal. In the 24th minute of the first half, Jin Tae-ho received a penetrating pass from the front of the penalty box and shook the net with a sharp right-footed shot. Then, in the extra time of the first half, Choi Kang-min took over the pass from Han Seok-jin, who shook the penalty box in the center, and scored an additional goal with a right-footed shot.
Suwon Maetango, trailing by 0-2, tried to change the flow by replacing six players at the start of the second half. Once this operation worked. Suwon’s movement became faster again, and the ball possession increased. The comeback goal was scored in the 10th minute of the second half. Lee Hyeon-seo pierced the left side of the penalty box, and Kwak Seong-hoon scored a goal with an accurate left-footed volley.
Maetango, who gained momentum, pulled the reins of the attack for an equalizer. There were several equalizer chances. In the 19th minute of the second half, Lee Hyun-seo fired a surprise right-footed strong shot from the left side of the box. However, the keeper of Youngsaeng High School Jinju made a save. In the 16th minute of the second half, Kim Dong-yeon fired a right-footed volley from inside the box, but it hit the side net. Youngsaenggo completed its first victory by thoroughly blocking Maetango’s continuous offensive. Captain Kim Gun-woo, who led the defense of Youngsaeng High School, was selected as the MVP.