Cho Sung-hwan thanks fans for coming to the clubhouse and waking up the players

“The fans came to the clubhouse and woke up the players.”

Incheon United head coach Cho Sung-hwan smiled. Incheon broke a five-match winless streak. Incheon won the 16th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 on Thursday at Daejeon World Cup Stadium, 3-1, behind a multi-goal performance from Kim Bo-seop. It was the first win in six matches for Incheon, which had gone winless in five matches with three draws and two losses. Incheon remained in 10th place with 18 points.

Speaking at the official post-match press conference, Cho said, “We had a lot of fans supporting us on the road. I am grateful. What I’m even more grateful for is the fans who came to the clubhouse after the last game against Daegu and shared their feelings and messages with us. It resonated in the hearts of the players, which is why we played like we did today. I am grateful to the fans.” “The players who played under pressure played a 토토사이트 good game. I want to congratulate them and say thank you.”

Hong Sihu was in tears when he had to leave the game due to injury. “He doesn’t get a lot of playing time, but he prepares well. He was in good shape. It’s a shame for him personally and for the team. We’ll have to check him out.” It was the third consecutive game that Ok et al conceded a set piece. “Conceding set pieces and scoring goals must be improved through repeated training,” said Cho.

As if on cue, the offense exploded, scoring three goals. “I haven’t talked about the goals, but I’m sure the strikers were under a lot of pressure. I think we need to shake it off and do better.” On Mpoku’s one-goal, one-assist performance, Cho said, “The first time we met, he showed confidence that he could play anywhere the team needed him, except for the goalkeeper. He did his job and fulfilled his role. He played a big role in getting the result. I want to praise him.”

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