Siheung Seohae High School lifted its first championship trophy at the 60th Cheongryonggi National High School Soccer Championship.
Seohae High School won the final against Yangsan Beomeo High School on the 2nd at Goseong Sports Complex in Gyeongsangnam-do, thanks to Kim Yoo-sung’s multi-goal performance, winning 2-1.
From the beginning of the first half, Seohae High School put pressure on Beomeo High School and increased their share. However, he could not get a chance to shake the net, and the situation changed after the cooling break.
As the forward connection of Seohae High School was continuously disconnected, it was difficult to develop an attack. Beomeo High School counterattacked and launched a threatening attack while Seohae High School was busy defending.
Seohaego, which was intermittently trying to counterattack, finally scored the first goal in the 29th minute of the first half. Roh Eung-yeop received a pass stabbed forward and crossed from the side, and Kim Yoo-seong, who was in the penalty box, shook the net with a sensational header over the goalkeeper’s key.
In the second half, Beomeo High School tried to score an equalizer with aggressive attacks, but Seohae High School closed the door firmly. Looking for an opportunity by creating a counterattack situation again, in the 9th minute, Seojin Han’s cross from the side of the penalty box was hit by Yuseong Kim’s non-stop shot, but it hit the side net.
Seohaego, which continued the offensive, scored an additional goal. In the 10th minute of the second half, in a counterattack situation, Han Seo-jin quickly snatched the defense away and connected it to Hong Min-taek, who was running, and Kim Yu-seong pushed it with his left foot after a low cross to create an additional goal.
Soon after, Beomeo-go caught up. In the 24th minute of the second half, Seohaego committed a foul during the defense process and awarded a penalty kick, and captain Kim Do-young kicked it lightly to make up for the goal.토토사이트
Beomeo High School, which caught up with a one-goal difference, continued the offensive to make a tie, but failed to break through Seohae High School’s solid defensive wall and collapsed.
Seohae High School Lee Tae-hee was awarded the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP), Shin Seung-hyun and Kim Yu-seong were awarded the Scoring Award, Yoo Hyun-jun was awarded the Defense Award, Lee Seo-jin was awarded the Goalkeeper Award, and coach Kim Hak-cheol and Coach Oh In-gyu were awarded the Best Coach Award.