Director Kim Byeong-soo, who comforted Lee Sang-min for his ‘big mistake’, “I hope I become an adult through this”
I couldn’t stand the last. Coach Kim Byung-soo’s Suwon Samsung Bluewings showed potential against Ulsan, the strongest team in the league.
Suwon Samsung Bluewings lost 2-3 in the home game against Hana 1Q K-League 2023 Round 14 held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 21st when Martin Adam scored the winning goal from a penalty kick in the 41st minute of the second half.
As a result, Suwon failed to escape from the bottom, failing to continue the upward trend of the last victory against Gangwon. Although they lost, Suwon scored multiple goals in 2 consecutive matches and at the same time showed a chilling image of Ulsan, the strongest in the league, and made them look forward to future matches.
Suwon coach Kim Byung-soo said at a press conference after the match, “As expected, it was difficult. However, I saw the players’ will and received an echo. Although they lost, the players had the earnestness to do it, and I think today’s defeat will be a good medicine.” .안전놀이터
Regarding Lee Sang-min, who provided the excuse for the final PK on this day, “I don’t think there is any need to cry. Since he is only 20 years old, it may be difficult for him to overcome the situation, but he is a player with good skills, so this opportunity made a big difference in his mind. I hope I become an adult. It is best to forget the good things quickly. I think there is no time to sit down and be sad because I can start as a starter in the next FA Cup.”
On this day, Suwon only scored two goals from set pieces. “We currently have a difficult part in field goals, but I think it would be nice if it would be a strength for us because set pieces are also scoring,” he said positively.