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Summary: Daegu FC 6-0 FC Seoul

Daegu FC made the rest of the K League 1 take notice after a record K League win over FC Seoul at the DGB Bank Arena. Todd Wilde summarises the match.

Match Summary

Daegu FC put on attacking masterclass against a shambolic FC Seoul side that has now conceded ten goals in two games. Daegu dominated the game from the first minute, and they scored from the first meaningful attack as the Sky Blues took just 10 touches and 12 seconds to counter attack the length of the pitch. Hwang Soon-min won the ball on the edge of the box, finding Kim Dae-won, who brilliantly dribbled into a central position, timing a cross field pass perfectly to find Jung Seung-won's supporting run down the right wing. Jung's first time cross met Cesinha unmarked to tap into an empty net, as Seoul gifted their opponents acres of space.

After Cesinha, Edgar and Kim Dae-won all missed good chances towards the end of the first half - the latter well saved by a scrambling Yu Sang-hun - Daegu added a second through Kim Dae-won's 25 yard drive, then a third. Park Chu-young has struggled for goals for Seoul this season, and whilst the former Monaco striker had a wonderful connection to Cesinha's free kick, his looping header unfortunately found the net down the wrong end of the pitch.

Cesinha, Kim Dae-won, Daegu FC
 Cesinha and Kim Dae-won were almost impossible to contain on Sunday

Kim Dae-won scored his second of the game early in the second half, meeting Tsubasa's perfectly weighted through ball before expertly striking with his right foot into the bottom right corner. Soon after, Tsubasa was recklessly taken down by Kang Sang-heui in the box. Whilst the Japanese midfielder was unfortunate to see his penalty saved, the follow up was comically placed in the bottom corner by Seoul's Jung Hyun-cheol.

Daegu made it six through Cesinha's free kick which was clinically met by substitute Dejan, his first goal for the club. He could have made it a seventh late on, but his header was well saved. Seoul finally crafted a few decent chances in the last ten minutes, but it was too little too late for a capital side that must now go back to the drawing board.

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