Before the game, Chungnam Asan coach Park Dong-hyuk expressed his frustration with the team’s attack.
Chungnam Asan have scored just 14 goals in 14 matches this season. That’s one goal per game. That’s the lowest goal-scoring output after Cheonan, Asan, and Chungbuk Cheongju. Asan needs to score more goals if they want to make the playoffs.
The void left by the departure of top scorer Yoo Kang-hyun to Daejeon Hana Citizens is felt all the more. Nevertheless, Asan must move forward. They can’t afford to look back.
With the goals not flowing, coach Park Dong-hyuk has revealed that he is preparing to bring in a player in the summer transfer window who can help solve the scoring problem. Into this frustrating situation came Kim Seung-ho against Seongnam.안전놀이터
Kim Seung-ho joined Asan this season. He has played for Leganes in Spain, Daejeon Korean Railway, and Hwaseong FC.
In this game, Kim played as a left wing-back and rattled the Seongnam defence with his threatening moves, eventually finding the back of the net in the 30th minute with a powerful shot assisted by Park Se-jik.
With no goals coming from the front line, Seung-ho’s emergence is a welcome one as the team needs to find other ways to score. Coach Park Dong-hyuk also applauded after the goal.
With the win against Seongnam, Asan was able to erase the nightmare of their last loss to Busan. They moved up to ninth in the league standings, two points behind seventh-placed Seongnam.