‘Ulsan victory hero’ Jun Amano: “I heard Ulsan fans booing, but Jeonbuk’s support was louder”

“I heard Ulsan fans booing, but Jeonbuk fans’ voices were louder”.

Jeonbuk Hyundai won the ‘Hyundai Derby’ against Ulsan Hyundai in the 16th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on 3 March, winning 2-0 thanks to consecutive goals from Cho Kyu-sung and Moon Sun-min.

토토사이트 The victory paved the way for Jeonbuk to leapfrog into the top half of the table with 21 points from six wins, three draws and seven losses, while also maintaining its dominance over Ulsan in the all-time series with 41 wins, 29 draws and 40 losses.

The unsung hero of Jeonbuk’s victory was Jun Amano.

After taking the field in the 20th minute, Jun Amano delivered a precise left-footed cross from the right flank to Munjeon 18 minutes later.

Amano Jun’s left-footed cross to Munjeon was met by Cho Kyu-sung with a diving header that rattled the Ulsan net. National goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo was helpless.

Jeonbuk, who had been dragged down by Ulsan, completely changed the game with Cho’s goal. Moon Sun-min scored the winner just before the end.

After the game, Jun Amano was calm. He didn’t get too excited, but remained calm.

“Since I was injured in the Seoul game, I have been preparing for my comeback against Ulsan with a goal in mind. I’m ready to go,” he said.

On the circumstances of Cho Kyu-sung’s goal, Amano said, “Even before I kicked it, I thought it was going to go in,” adding, “He made a good move and I think it went in as expected. Our strikers have been practising to run forward whenever I get the ball, so I’m happy to have scored a goal in that situation,” he explained.

Whenever Amano got the ball, there were boos from the Ulsan away fans.

“I could hear the boos from the Ulsan fans from the moment I took the field,” said Jun Amano. But the Jeonbuk fans shouted even louder, which gave me strength,” he explained.

“I thought, ‘Does Park Yong-woo hate me,'” he said, referring to his teammate from last season.

Meanwhile, Jun Amano said, “I joined the team two days before the Ulsan game. I hadn’t been able to join the team for the past few weeks due to injury. I’ve always felt sorry for myself for not performing up to expectations,” he said, adding, “Today’s win is great for us. We will work even harder to help Jeonbuk rebound.” / Photo.

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