‘Residual Hope’ Gangwon and Suwon FC…Suwon Samsung Club Relegated for the First Time


The final match of this season’s professional soccer K League 1 has confirmed the relegation of ‘traditional favorites’ Suwon Samsung to the second division.

Gangwon and Suwon FC, on the other hand, kept their hopes of staying in the top flight alive.레모나토토 주소


A so-called ‘guillotine match’ where a loss could mean immediate relegation to the second division.

At the beginning of the first half, the battle in the midfield was fierce.

However, Gangwon FC gradually took the lead as Kim Dae-won and Lee Jung-hyeop opened up the offense.

A draw would have saved them from automatic relegation, but they harassed their opponents throughout the match, and Suwon Samsung were busy counterattacking.

The two teams exchanged attacks until late stoppage time when all the spectators held their breath, but in the end, neither team could find the back of the net.

In the end, with both teams unable to find a way to win, Gangwon avoided ‘direct relegation’ by finishing 10th in the league.

“For the entire 90 minutes, the game went well according to the plan we prepared, and Suwon’s fall to the second division is actually a bit unfortunate considering the popularity of the K League….”

Suwon Samsung suffered the ignominy of being relegated to the second division for the first time in the club’s history in front of their home fans, who had traveled to the stadium in the cold weather with hopes of a dramatic retention.

“We did our best, but the result was not what we expected, so I’m sorry to the players, and I’m sorry to the fans that I can’t raise my head….”

The players bowed their heads after the game, but the fans, whose anger had not subsided, surrounded the exit of the stadium and expressed their anger.

“We will do our best to get the club back on track as soon as possible so that it can be rebuilt….”

At the same time, Suwon FC secured 11th place in the league with a late Lee Young-jae equalizing free kick goal to draw with Jeju, keeping their hopes of staying in the top flight alive.

Suwon and Gangwon, who dramatically avoided automatic relegation, will play relegation playoffs against K League 2 Busan and Gimpo respectively.

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