‘A golden equalizer after substitution’ Park Jae-yong said, “We don’t have motivation? I’m different
“My brothers told me, ‘We’re not done yet. We have a long way to go.”
Jeonbuk Hyundai played Incheon United in the 36th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 at the Incheon Football Stadium at 2 p.m. on Dec. 12 and drew 1-1.
After playing a difficult game and conceding an early goal to Kim Do-hyuk in the 16th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk turned the game around with a header from Park Jae-yong and earned a valuable point.토토사이트
Park Jae-yong (23, Jeonbuk), who came on as a late substitute, saved the day for Jeonbuk. After the match, coach Dan Petrescu said: “Due to Gustavo’s injury, Lee Jun-ho and Park Jae-yong were the only strikers available for the game against Incheon. There are also U-22 rules, so I tried to play them 45 minutes each depending on the situation. It’s been a long time since he scored a goal, but it was a good goal. He just joined Jeonbuk. Little by little, I’m getting closer to the level I want,” he said.
“It feels good to score a goal in the league after a long time. I always think that a striker must prove himself with goals. It’s been a long time since I haven’t scored a goal in the league. I’ll prepare well for the next game,” he said of his goal.
“To be honest, we didn’t have a chance to rest after the back-to-back losses. We traveled to Singapore and played Pohang. But I think it’s all excuses. From the coach to the top, my brothers and the veteran seniors are holding the center well. I’m still young, so I followed a lot of what they said,” he said.
“They tell me, ‘We’re not done yet. We have a long way to go,'” he says. They also told me that we have to do it together and not take it easy.”
Park added: “Obviously, the FA Cup was a big blow because it was the final, and I think it carried over. It was the same in Singapore, and I think that affected the team’s mood in a bad way.”
Petrescu had been thinking of using Park as a substitute before the game. “I didn’t know,” he said, “but the head coach told me he was going to put me on after 45 minutes, so that’s when I knew. I think a player should always be ready to play. So I was well prepared.”
Jeonbuk will face third-place Gwangju on the 25th after the A-Match break. Park Jae-yong said, “We have to meet Gwangju in a refreshed state after a good rest. Everyone says we won’t be motivated, but I don’t think so. It’s too early to give up. Incheon and Daegu are following us. We want to bounce back,” he said.
Gustavo did not play in this match due to injury. “This goal won’t affect my position,” said Park Jae-yong, who has to compete with him for the position. If we continue to play on Wednesday and Saturday and I’m not playing well, then of course Gustavo will play. If (Lee) Jun-ho is in better shape, then Jun-ho should play.”