‘Ruvixson multi-goal’ Ulsan beat Suwon 2-1 and ‘starting 6 consecutive wins’
Professional football K League 1 Ulsan Hyundai continued its opening six-game winning streak by sacrificing Suwon Samsung with multi-goals by Rubikson, who shines in the ‘Swedish 7th Division Legend’.
Ulsan won 2-1 in the home game between Suwon and Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 6 held at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 8th thanks to Rubikson, who scored 2 goals alone in the first half.
With this victory, Ulsan (18 points) increased the record for the most opening winning streak to 6 games, widening the gap with second place Daejeon Hana Citizen (11 points), who played one less game, and continued leading the lead.
On the other hand, Suwon struggled with a draw (2 draws, 4 losses) in their opening 6 games and could not get out of 11th place.
Ulsan’s solid organization and determination put cold water on Suwon’s efforts, which desperately needed a victory in the season.
Ulsan took the lead in the 31st minute with Rubikson’s opening goal.
Um Won-sang caught the ball from the right side of the penalty area and gave it to Rubikson, who shook the net with an accurate left-footed shot from the right side of the penalty area.
Um Won-sang recorded an assist in two consecutive games.
Rubiksson was also responsible for the winning goal of the game two minutes later.
In the 33rd minute of the first half, he received a ground pass from Seol Young-woo from the right side of the penalty area메이저사이트, and hit Suwon’s goal net again with a left-footed turning shot from the right side of the goal area.
Rubiksson, who started in Sweden’s 7th division and rose to the 1st division and earned a name as a ‘waiting striker’, made a strong impression on the fans by scoring the winning goal in the opening game against Jeonbuk Hyundai this season.
Following the score against Suwon FC in the 4th round, he scored the 3rd and 4th goals of the season one after another.
In the 36th minute of the first half, Basani broke through the offside trap and had a chance, but Suwon, who started a counterattack, was blocked by Ulsan’s ‘Spider Hand’ Cho Hyeon-woo, who quickly jumped out and failed to connect with the shot.
Suwon, who scored two goals in the first half, won a penalty kick in the 11th minute of the second half when Basani’s shot was hit by Ulsan defender Jeong Seung-hyun, who flew in the penalty area.
Suwon’s goal was blocked by Basani’s kicker, but Ulsan goalkeeper Jo Hyeon-woo’s super save prevented him from scoring.
Even in the 24th minute of the second half, Suwon had the bad luck that Mulich’s mid-range shot hit the crossbar.
Ulsan’s central defender Jeong Seung-hyeon was injured in the 31st minute of the second half, causing cracks in the defense organization, while Suwon persistently aimed for a goal at the end of the second half.
In the end, in the 34th minute of the second half, Suwon Kim Kyung-joong scored the goal with a right-footed non-stop shot from the right side of the goal area after Bultuis threw the ball from the rear to the front.
Suwon launched a wave-like offensive at the end of the game, but failed to break through Ulsan goalkeeper Jo Hyeon-woo and eventually failed to hunt for an equalizer, and Ulsan struggled to prevent conceding and completed their opening six consecutive wins.