Lee Seung-woo celebrates the win against Jeonbuk Hyundai.

Suwon FC came from behind to beat Jeonbuk Hyundai 3-2 in the 12th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on Wednesday.

Suwon FC snapped a two-game losing streak and set the stage for a turnaround.

Lee Seung-woo came on as a late substitute, but his multi-goal performance spearheaded the Jeonbuk hunt. 현금홀덤사이트 Suwon FC celebrated a dramatic come-from-behind victory.

Suwon FC hadn’t had much fun away from home in Jeonbuk. However, they got their revenge today with a victory.

“I think it’s our first win away from Jeonbuk, which is not easy, but it’s meaningful,” said Lee Seung-woo at the post-match press conference.

Lee’s two goals against Jeonbuk gave him six goals this season. He is only two goals behind his teammate Lee Sang-heon, who is also his age.

“I think I need to catch up to my friend, who is the leader, rather than being greedy,” Lee said, adding that he has a competitive spirit.

Lee has been getting more time on the field this season as a substitute than a starter.

“He has the best offensive talent and shines when he comes on in the second half,” Kim Eun-joong said of Lee Seung-woo’s utilization.

“It’s not good to play only in the second half. As a player, it’s natural to be greedy. However, I respect the coach’s decision. I delivered what he wanted. I hope there will be a result that doesn’t hurt each other’s feelings,” he said.

With a new coach and a narrow escape through the relegation playoffs last season, expectations weren’t high for Suwon FC this season.

However, with five wins under their belt and currently sitting in fourth place in the K-League 1, they are showing their competitiveness.

“We didn’t have a winning mentality, but it’s encouraging that we’ve found stability and are improving every game,” said Kim Eun-joong, who also noted the changes in Suwon FC.

Lee Seung-woo added, “We are improving with the addition of players from the national team. The younger players are following and learning well on and off the field. I think that was the most important thing,” he explained.

“To be honest, I think we’re still not good enough. We’re at the top of the table, but we’re not playing well enough. We’ve had a lot of luck. We have a lot of matches left. If we let our guard down a little bit, we’ll go down,” he added, remaining vigilant.

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