Gwangju FC’s ‘Incheon Killer’ Lee Hee-gyun revealed his determination for victory.
Gwangju will play an away match against Incheon UTD and Hana One Q K-League 2023 Round 14 at the Incheon Soccer Stadium at 4:30 pm on the 20th.
Incheon facing the pressure of a draw in six games. Gwangju hopes to bring about a reversal of the atmosphere by making use of the memories of last season’s 6-1 (FA Cup 3R) and 5-0 victory in the 4th round this season.
The keyword is ‘Incheon killer’ Lee Hee-gyun. Lee Hee-gyun, who was born in Gwangju youth and was called up in the 2019 season after attending Dankook University, has become a 5-year veteran midfielder who has experienced two K-League 2 championships and the club’s first Final A advancement (80 games in total).
Lee Hee-gyun’s pro debut goal opponent is Incheon. Lee Hee-gyun, who led the team to victory with a buzzer beater final goal in the home game against Incheon in the 7th round of the 2021 season, was fortunate to win the title of the first win at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium. He also scored an additional goal against Incheon in the 4th round of this season and made a great contribution to a 5-0 victory.
Lee Hee-gyun said, “I prepare for all games with the same mindset, but the game against Incheon seems a little more special to me.”
Lee Hee-gyun, who was picked by coach Lee Jung-hyo as the ‘player most likely to grow in Gwangju’ at the opening Media Day, is playing an active role as a key member of the ‘position-destroying soccer’ pursued by coach Lee Jeong-hyo by participating in all games this season.
In particular, he has established himself as an indispensable resource for the team, ranking second in the league with 10 successful dribbles and showing rapid growth in the technical part. 먹튀검증
Lee Hee-gyun said, “The director requires movement and positioning to penetrate the space. “I always think about movement on the pitch to implement tactics,” he explained. “All players are aware of this, and I prepare by repeatedly analyzing the video.”
Coach Lee Jung-hyo’s soccer, which instantly fascinated soccer fans with the original team’s well-organized tactics, has been going through ups and downs recently. However, Lee Hee-gyun is confident that Gwangju will become a stronger team once they overcome this ordeal.
Lee Hee-gyun said, “I went through a lot of situations over the past five years and had an eventful professional life. Among them, I felt that the team should come together as one when it is difficult,” he said. I will definitely bring three points and repay the fans.”