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Interview: 'We keep fighting until the end', Stefan Mugoša

Interview: 'We keep fighting until the end', Stefan Mugoša Incheon United
"We keep fighting until the end", that's how Incheon United have been able to pull of the great escape, not just once but a several times in recent seasons. With prolific striker Stefan Mugoša in their ranks, Incheon always have a chance. The win over Daegu FC in K League 1 Round 16, with Mugoša bagging the winner, has given them a huge boost in their bid to pull of what could well be their greatest escape to date. Paul Neat sat down with Mugoša for an exclusive interview to talk about Incheon's huge clash with the Bluewings this weekend and their survival chances.

Incheon United looked dead and buried just a couple of weeks ago, after picking up five points from their first 15 matches of the 2020 season. But, a crucial victory over Daegu FC in Round 16 - their first of the campaign - brought the Durumi to within six points of safety. Key to Incheon's escape acts over the last few seasons has been the goals of Montenegrin international striker, Stefan Mugoša. The 28-year-old put away his fourth of the campaign at DGB Bank Park to seal a huge, huge win. A win, he says, has given the team a huge lift.

"Of course, it was an amazing feeling", said Mugoša. Adding: "after maybe 260 days we win a game, it is a really long time without winning but now I think we have possibility to beat at home Suwon and a chance to keep the three points between us. And I think, Incheon, it's now a stronger team than before and we keep fighting until the end."

But work is still to be done, first Incheon need to pick up a win over Suwon Bluewings this Saturday to narrow the gap to three points.

"With these three points (against Daegu) and the next game against Suwon, if we win this game and get the three points then everything is possible. I am sure that we will keep going until this last game. Like last year, we survived in the last game. Incheon know how to win in this situation. I think this is our strong point."

Eulji Lewis


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