‘Shooting Monster’ Jo Young-wook (24, managing director Kim Cheon) has shown remarkable performance this season. He broke the career high record early on, raising great expectations for his performance at the upcoming Hangzhou Asian Games (AG).
Cho Young-wook started and played 토토사이트 full-time in the K-League 2 round 25 match against Seongnam FC held at Gimcheon Sports Complex on the 6th and shared the team’s 4-0 victory.
It was literally Cho Young-wook’s ‘Showtime’. Cho Young-wook, who started as a front-line striker, scored his 11th goal in the league with a clean penalty kick in the 31st minute of the first half. He then helped Kang Hyun-mook in the 10th minute and Kim Min-jun in the 42nd minute, accumulating three attack points in just one game. Both assists created perfect goal chances with stable passes.
Cho Young-wook, who stepped on the K-League stage in 2018, set a personal career high record early this season. Although he is in the second division, he managed to reach double digits in league scoring for the first time in a single season. The 15 attack points raised by the 6th are also his personal record.
Cho Young-wook’s performance is divided from June. He enlisted in January and wore the uniform of Kimcheon Sangmu, and scored only two goals in 13 games until May. However, starting with a multi-goal against Ansan Greeners in the 17th round on June 10, he shook the net for 7 consecutive games until the 23rd round against Gyeongnam FC on the 23rd of last month. He failed to score a goal against FC Anyang before, but scored 9 points in the last 9 games by starting the scorer again against Seongnam. Gimcheon won 7 wins and 2 losses during this period, and occupied an advantageous position in the competition for first place.
There is another reason why Jo Young-wook’s performance is welcome. Last month, he was selected for the AG soccer team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, and will head to Hangzhou, China in September. At the time of the roster announcement, it was pointed out that the weight of the striker in the front line of the national team was low, but if Jo Young-wook, who is classified as a midfielder, plays as a striker, it is expected to be a great help to Hwang Seon-hong. Jo Young-wook is also a melty player who can play all areas of the second line other than the striker.
Cho Young-wook also had an unusually large number of experiences participating in national teams by age. He appeared in 82 games wearing the national team uniform, of which, if you subtract the A national team record, he appeared in a whopping 78 games only as a representative by age group. Among the fans of his original team, FC Seoul, the expression ‘Seoul loan student’ is used as a joke, but it is also proof that his talent is excellent. After finishing the league schedule, he is called to the Paju National Team Training Center (NFC) on the 7th and digests the AG national team training schedule for three days.