Gimpo FC defeated FC Seoul and caused ‘K-League 2 Rebellion’. Seoul E-Land also won a thrilling 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Suwon FC.

Gimpo caused a disturbance by winning Seoul. Gimpo is continuing its good momentum with an undefeated record (2 wins, 3 draws) in the K-League 2 this season, but a tough match was expected as Seoul also has a good atmosphere as it is ranked 3rd in the league. However, Gimpo persistently dragged the game to the penalty shootout, and thanks to Hwang Hyun-soo’s miss and Kim Min-jae’s save, they became the protagonists of the reversal to capture Seoul. 스포츠토토

Seoul E-Land also caught Suwon FC. Seoul E-Land took the lead in the 21st minute from Jang Jae-woong, but Kwak Sung-wook’s equalizer in the 5th minute and Bruno’s winning goal in the 40th minute of the second half brought a thrilling 2-1 come-from-behind victory. Suwon FC’s Kwak Dong-jun was sent off and took advantage of the numerical superiority.

‘Promotion blast’ Gwangju FC and Daejeon Hana Citizen both won the FA Cup side by side. Gwangju defeated Busan I-Park 2-1 with consecutive goals from Park Han-bin and Lee Kun-hee, and Daejeon defeated Geoje Citizens Soccer Team, which caused the ‘K4 Rebellion’, 4-1.

Suwon Samsung, Jeju United, and Daegu FC, which are struggling in the league, also sounded the victory high. Suwon reported its first win of the season by beating Ansan Greeners 3-1 with a long-awaited attack, and Jeju defeated Changwon City Hall 2-1 with Koo Ja-cheol’s dramatic winning goal in the second half of extra time. Daegu defeated Cheonan City FC after a close game that went into overtime and advanced to the fourth round.

Other games also did not deviate much from expectations. Gyeongnam FC won 2-0 against Siheung Citizen Football Club. The Jeonnam Dragons defeated Chungnam Asan 3-2, and the Paju Citizens Soccer Team defeated the Dangjin Citizens Soccer Team 2-1.

Meanwhile, the match between Gangwon FC and Chungbuk Cheongju was postponed due to the aftermath of the Gangneung forest fire. The schedule will be announced later.

The 4th round of the FA Cup will be held on Wednesday 24 May. In addition to the 12 teams that won this round, 4 K League 1 teams participating in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) will participate.

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