“Forget about the last season” Busan I’Park, ‘undefeated march’ in 4 opening games

Busan I-Park, a professional soccer team, has changed. Since the start of this season, they have been undefeated in 4 games and have risen to 3rd place in the league.

Busan defeated Seoul E-Land 1-0 thanks to the winning goal by foreign player Peshin in the Hana One Q K League 2 2023 home game held at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium on the 2nd. It is the second consecutive win following the match against Sangmu in Gimcheon on the 19th of last month (3-1 win) and undefeated in the opening 4 games (3 wins, 1 draw).

Busan, which accumulated 10 points, jumped to third place, one point behind K-League 2 leader Gyeongnam FC (11 points, 3 wins, 2 draws) and 2nd place FC Anyang (11 points, 3 wins, 2 draws). Since they have played one game less than Gyeongnam and Anyang, they can take the lead at any time.

On this day, Busan scored a lucky opening goal in the 7th minute of the first half. Opponent goalkeeper Moon Jeong-in passed the ball to a teammate and connected it to Peshin, who was pressing near the penalty box. As soon as Pesin snatched the ball, he fired a strong left-footed shot into the corner of the goal. Peshin’s third goal of the season.

Busan, which kept a 1-0 lead well메이저놀이터, achieved 3 wins in 4 games this season. It’s definitely a different look from last season. Busan, which received a disastrous 10th place in the K-League 2 last season, managed only 9 wins in 40 games. However, this season, they have already won a third of last season’s victories.

Coach Park Jin-seop’s prescription for ‘strengthening scoring power’, which he focused on during the winter training period, worked. Busan was last season in team scoring with 34 goals. At one time, he fell into a swamp without a goal in seven consecutive games. However, this season, he has scored 8 goals in 4 games, which is 2 goals per game. The team’s score ranking is also second after Gyeongnam (10 goals), who played one more game. Along with Peshin (3 goals) and Lamas (2 goals), Kim Sang-jun, Choi Ki-yoon, and Lee Han-do (1 goal) are evenly operating the scoring guns.

Thanks to the reinforcement of stamina and endurance through sweating throughout the winter, the strength to endure was also strengthened. In the first three games, they conceded three runs and showed a somewhat unstable defense, but in the end, they did not allow a comeback goal. Last season, Busan often scored goals in the second half of the game and lost. In the match against E-Land, he also won his first scoreless victory this season.

This is also related to the spirit of sacrifice emphasized by coach Park, who goes one step further for the sake of his teammates and team. As the players’ physical strength improves, the tactics of running a lot and blocking attacks with strong pressure from the opponent’s camp are effective. Busan has only played 4 games this season, but there is no ‘loss’ yet. It is a completely different start from the beginning of last season (2 draws and 2 losses), when they suffered a whopping 22 losses.

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