Cho Kyu-sung misses PK, goes to the locker room without being benched… Four games in a row without a goal, Mittwylan wins 2-1

‘World Cup star’ Cho Kyu-sung (25-Mitwylan) missed a penalty to end his goal drought in the opening four games of Danish professional soccer.

Mittwillan won 2-1 away to Vejle Voldclub in the fourth round of the 2023-2024 Danish Superliga at Vejle Stadium in Vejle, Denmark, on Wednesday (July 13). After suffering a shock 1-4 defeat in Ringby in Round 3, Mittwillan turned things around with a tricky away win. Mittwylan is now 3-1-1 (9 points) on the season.

Meatwillan deployed a 3-4-3 formation. Core striker Cho Kyu-sung started as the frontline striker and played a total of 55 minutes before being subbed out in the 10th minute of the second half. Despite his limited playing time, he was active and contributed to the team’s offense. He had one shot on goal, a 75% passing success rate, and most importantly, won two out of three aerial battles.

However, Cho had to settle for missing a penalty kick that he had earned. Football stats site Footmob gave him a rating of 6.6. This means that his performance was mediocre. Another statistician, Sofascore, gave him a rating of 6.3.

Cho earned a penalty kick in the eighth minute of the first half. After receiving a penetrating pass from a teammate, Cho made a painting motion pretending to shoot, but the opposing defender was fooled and caught his leg. He fell, and the referee awarded a penalty kick. Cho stepped up to take the kick, but his shot was blocked by the opposing goalkeeper. He fired a shot to the right side of the goal, but Vejle goalkeeper Nathan Trott leapt out of the way.

After that, Mittwylan set the tone for their opponents and made it a difficult game. Cho Kyu-sung didn’t have much of a chance either.

After surviving the crisis, Mitwillan took the lead in the sixth minute of the second half. Flanker Aral Simsir played a sensational chip shot from the left side of the penalty box. It hit the top of the crossbar and went into the back of the net. With the momentum in their favor, Mitwillan made a bold tactical change. Nine minutes into the second half, he took off Cho Kyu-sung and brought on Sori Kaba. After missing a penalty kick opportunity, Cho was seen going straight to the locker room without even sitting on the bench. He didn’t look happy.

However, Mittwilan added one more goal to make it 2-0. In the 14th minute of the second half, Mittwilan’s Frankuli rattled the net with a calm shot after beating a defender.

Mittwylan were outnumbered in the 33rd minute when defender Pablo Ortiz was sent off. While defending, Ortiz inexplicably cleared the ball with his hand. Mitwillan conceded a goal in the 38th minute to make it 1-2. Nevertheless, Mitwylan remained focused on defense and often tried to counterattack to put pressure on their opponents. They had a great chance for a late game winner, but missed.

However, it didn’t have much of an impact on the game. Mitwylan got the win and moved back into the top group. 메이저놀이터

“Mittwylan took the lead through back-to-back goals from Simsir and Frankuli after Cho Kyu-sung had missed a penalty,” wrote sports specialist Shooting&

Although he had a bit of a slump on the day, Cho’s status is not in question. He’s been on a goal-scoring spree since his transfer. This season, Cho has scored three goals in the league, which ranks him fourth in the league. He’s just one goal behind the joint top group (4). Cho scored a fantastic header on his Danish League debut, followed by a precise right-footed goal against Silkeborg in Round 2. He also scored in Ringvision in Round 3, pouncing on a loose ball to finish.

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