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‘Bad luck in goal’ coach Cho Sung-hwan “Sorry for home loss, we will score through different routes”

“I apologize to the fans for the loss at home,” said Cho Sung-hwan, head coach of professional soccer’s K League 1 Incheon United, after the loss to Jeju United. We will prepare to score goals through various routes in the future.”

Incheon lost 0-1 at home against Jeju in the 2024 round of the Hana Bank K League 1 at the Incheon Football Stadium on June 6.

The loss halted Incheon’s two-game winning streak and dropped them to sixth place with two wins, 안전카지노사이트 two draws and two losses (8 points).

After the match, Coach Cho said, “I apologize to the fans for not being able to take a ‘victory photo’ at home because we wanted to win for whatever reason. We will try to do better in the next match,” Cho said.

Incheon pounded Jeju with 13 shots on goal on the day, but lacked the finishing touch, hitting the post twice and missing a one-on-one chance with the goalkeeper.

“It’s unfortunate that we didn’t capitalize on our scoring chances,” Cho said, adding, “When Mugosa or Jerso don’t score, we need goals to come from various routes. We will continue to improve in that area.”

Cho also had praise for 2005-born striker Baek Min-kyu, who made his professional debut as a substitute.

“I wanted to let him make his debut in a more comfortable situation,” Cho said, “but I was sorry to bring him on when we were down 0-1, but he fulfilled his role in a difficult flow.”

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