Golgolgool from the beginning, will it surpass 2017?
This year’s K-League 1 is experiencing a tremendous goal storm from the beginning. There was also a match where both teams scored a total of 8 goals, and there was also a 5-0 one-sided match. If the current pace is maintained, the highest record after the introduction of the 228 game system is not unreasonable.
Hana One Q K League 1 2023 played 7 matches for each team, a total of 42 matches, until the 16th. A total of 115 goals were scored in 42 games, an average of 2.74 goals per game. This is 29 goals more than the 86 goals scored at the same time last year.토토사이트
At the current pace, it is possible to challenge not only 600 goals for the first time in five years since 2018, but also a new record that exceeds 626 goals in 2017, the highest since 2014 when the 228 game system was introduced. Since 2016, the K-League has started to prioritize multiple goals over goal difference in the ranking system, and it surpassed 600 goals for the first time that year and peaked in 2017. 105 goals were scored in the first seven rounds of 2017. For now, it’s faster than the pace at that time.
Leading the goal firecrackers at the beginning of this season are, surprisingly, the promoted teams Daejeon Hana Citizen and Gwangju FC. Daejeon has scored 16 goals in 7 games, an average of more than 2 goals per game, and is leading the team in scoring, beating all teams with good offensive skills such as Ulsan Hyundai (14 goals) and Pohang Steelers (11 goals). Gwangju is also ranked 4th in team scoring with 12 goals, although not as good as Daejeon, thanks to its hot attacking soccer.
Usually, in the case of promoted teams, there are many cases of passive game management focused on defense with the goal of remaining. However, Daejeon and Gwangju are the exact opposite. Existing K League 1 teams are surprisingly aggressive. On the 16th, in the match against leader Ulsan, Daejeon gave up the opening goal first, but did not go down and counterattacked, finally creating a thrilling 2-1 come-from-behind victory. On the same day, Gwangju played a fierce game against Daegu FC and won 4-3. On the 18th of last month, Gwangju also defeated Incheon United 5-0 and is leading the way in offensive football.
What’s more encouraging about the current pace is that there’s room for other offensive teams that haven’t gotten back on track yet. Jeonbuk Hyundai, which has been fighting for supremacy with Ulsan for the past few years, is making an unusual move, such as losing 4 in the first 7 games, but if top strikers such as Cho Kyu-seong, Gustavo, Rafael, and Dong-jun Lee find their own pace, they can strike at any time. there is. Pohang and FC Seoul, which have extensively reinforced their power throughout the winter, also have offensive power that cannot be ignored. As the weather gets warmer, the blown-out bone storm delights the eyes of K-League fans.