Greater tension without only games, the K-League without a break even during the A-match break

A comma is short. A match break is just a breather for another leap forward. The K-League is having a two-week break after the 11th.메이저사이트

However, there is not only a game, but there is a greater tension. Some clubs have already started training, and on the 15th, Ulsan Hyundai, the leader of the K League 1, and Jeonbuk Hyundai, led by Dan Petrescu, will resume training. K-League 1 and 2 will start again on the 24th.

In K-League 1, as Ulsan’s solo system has become more solid, the fight between the second place group is a new phase. The difference between Ulsan, which has 12 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses, and 44 points, and Pohang Steelers (31 points, 8 wins, 7 draws and 3 losses) in second place is 13 points. It seems that it is not easy to close the gap in the current air flow.

On the other hand, Jeonbuk emerged as the ‘Eye of the Typhoon’ in the bloody battle of the 2nd place group. Jeonbuk, which once fell to 10th place, is regaining its ‘original color’ with three consecutive victories. They have a record of 8 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses, with 27 points. The difference between Jeonbuk and Pohang, which have risen to 5th place, is now only 4 points.

3rd place FC Seoul (29 points, 8 wins, 5 draws, 5 losses) and 4th place Jeju United (28 points, 8 wins, 4 draws, 6 losses), which formed the second place with Pohang, are also busy. Daegu FC (27 points, 7 wins, 6 draws, 5 losses), 7th and 8th place Daejeon Hana Citizen (26 points, 7 wins, 5 draws, 6 losses) and Gwangju FC (25 points, 7 wins) 4 draws and 7 losses) are also walking on thin ice. There are still 15 rounds left until the split fork. There is a long way to go. However, the 6th place, which is the pull-up of Final A, is the psychological bottom line. That way you can avoid relegation fights.

On the other hand, the lower-tier teams have nowhere to fall. 11th place Gangwon FC (12 points, 2 wins, 6 draws, 10 losses) and lowest place Suwon Samsung (9 points, 2 wins, 3 draws, 13 losses) need to find a way out for a rebound during this break. 9th place Incheon United (20 points, 4 wins, 8 draws, 6 losses) and 10th place Suwon FC (18 points, 5 wins, 3 draws, 10 losses) have nowhere to turn their eyes.

In the K-League 2, where promotion to the first division is the top priority, the battle for the lead is already on the verge of entering. 1st and 2nd place Gyeongnam FC and Busan I’Park each have 30 points. 3rd place Anyang FC has 28 points, 4th to 6th places Bucheon FC, Gimcheon Sangmu and Gimpo FC all have 27 points. Since Anyang, Gimcheon, and Gimpo played one less game, it is difficult to determine the superiority or inferiority of the six teams. That’s why A match break is hotter.

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