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Daejeon Citizen 1-2 Incheon United: Recap

Daejeon Citizen 1-2 Incheon United
Daejeon were incapable to make it three wins on the spin allowing Incheon United to record their first victory since October.
With Citizen’s recent resurgence, and Incheon’s failure to record a victory since last autumn, neutrals could have been more inclined to put their money on a home win.
But, in typical Daejeon Citizen fashion, that record was put to bed, effectively in the first half, meaning that it was United who travelled back to the north west with the three points.
Daejeon started brightly and controlled possession in the opening exchanges.
Yoo Seung-Ki was in good form with involved in everything positive Daejeon had to offer.
Brazilian strike due Adriano and Sassa linked up well and threated to break the deadlock but, against the run of play, it was the visitors who drew first blood.
Coach Cho Jin=Ho watches on as his side fell behind

A couple of defensive slips ups allowed Incheon to work the ball into the box.
Gwon Wan-Sik played the ball into Jin Seong-Ok on the edge of the box who, with a neat first-time pass, played in Kim Dong-Seok.
The Incheon number 22 teed up Jin Seung-Ok on the edge of the six yard box whose first time shot was beaten away by Daejeon goalkeeper Park Ju-Won.
Unfortunately for the Citizen shot stopper, and indeed the Daejeon faithful, the rebound to fell to Kim In-Seung who had a simple tap in; 1-0.
Incheon had the lead but not for long as within a matter of minutes, Daejeon pegged the visitors back.
The ever-instrumental Yoo  Seung-Ki floated the ball into the edge of the six yard box, teasing the goalkeeper to come and claim.
The goalkeeper could only parry the ball to Adriano who stabbed home from point blank range.
After the goal Daejeon continued to control the game, trying to get the ball out to the wings through Seo Myeong-Won and Hang Ji-Woong on each flank.
But, on the stroke of half time, Incheon had restored their lead, this time through Park Dae-Han who latched onto a loose ball in the box.
Jin Seung-Ok’s rasping shot from the edge of the box could only be parried by Daejeon ‘keeper Park Ju Won, and straight to Park Dae-Han who expertly finished with a first-time half volley.
The visitors once again, against the run of play, had the lead.
At the break Daejeon made a double substitution with Adriano and Se Myeong-Won going off in place of Kim Chan-Hee and Ricardinho.
The double substitution wasn’t entirely tactical as Brazilian striker Adriano picked up a knock in the first half.
The changes didn’t make the desired impact and Daejeon couldn’t find the rhythm they had during the first half.
There was a lack of urgency and indeed cutting edge in the final third for Daejeon and, as a result, Incheon were fairly comfortable.
A late flurry of corners almost forced an equaliser but Incheon were able to hold out for their first victory of the campaign.
Apologetic in defeat
Daejeon remain rooted to the foot of the table whilst Incheon climb above FC Seoul into 9th on nine points.
Up next for Daejeon is the long trip to Jeonnam Dragons.
Daejeon Starting XI

Incheon Starting XI



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