FC Seoul 1-2 Ulsan Hyundai Recap: Late Drama As Ulsan Continue Their 100% Record
As we enter the third round of the 2023 K League 1, FC Seoul welcomed Ulsan Hyundai to the Seoul World Cup Stadium. The two teams were the only two sides left with a 100% record. A win for FC Seoul would have certainly confirmed their intentions to take this year's K League by force. A win for Ulsan would continue to forward their march to retain the K League title.
This is the first time this season the two sides met. In past games, it was Ulsan who were the dominant side with eight wins and two draws. Michael Redmond was at the game to explain what happened.
The game saw a healthy attendance of 20,549 as the two teams walked out for kick off. The first few minutes of the game saw both sides having time on the ball and pushing it into dangerous positions, however, they were unsuccessful in forming any real goal-scoring opportunities. It was FC Seoul who had the majority of the possession at first and looked like the team more likely to strike.
|Chances came from both sides throughout the game.|
It took FC Seoul six minutes after the restart to draw first blood. A pass to Na Sang-ho saw him a lot of time, he took control of the ball and slot it past Choi Hyun-woo. It looked as if FC Seoul found a way to breakdown Ulsan. However, only three minutes Ulsan responded with a Joo Min-kyu goal. Two goals in three minutes certainly woke up both sets of fans.
|Lee Chang-young won the game for Ulsan Hyundai against FC Seoul.|