Professional soccer’s K League 2 (2nd Division) Gimcheon Commerce extended its lead at the top of the standings with a win over Seoul Eland, led by Cho Young-wook’s 12th goal of the season.Gimcheon defeated Eland 4-0 at home in the 26th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 on June 15 at Gimcheon Sports Complex in Gimcheon, North Gyeongsang Province. Gimcheon extended its home winning streak to six games, dating back to the June 10 match against the Ansan Greeners in Round 16.After more than two months of unbeaten home form, Gimcheon maintained its lead at the top of the standings with 48 points .Eiland, which hasn’t gotten out of the winless tunnel in eight games (three draws and five losses), remained in 11th place (26 points).Gimcheon, which took the lead in the 39th minute through Won Doo-jae’s header off a cross from Kim Hyun-wook, extended its lead to 2-0 in the 18th minute of the second half when Lee Jun-seok’s ground ball from the left side of the penalty area found the bottom left corner of the goal. Gimcheon goalkeeper Cho Young-wook, whose quick feet and penetrating runs shook up the Lee Land defense, opened the scoring in the second half just two minutes into the third period .Midway through the second half, Cho appeared to have scored Gimcheon’s third goal when he quickly darted 스포츠토토링크 beyond the defense line, but the goal was disallowed after video assistant referee (VAR) ruled that a teammate had committed a foul in the previous play. In the 44th minute, Cho Young-wook’s hard shot from the right square of the goal hit the post .Cho’s goal came with less than a minute left in regulation.In the 52nd minute, Kim rattled the net with a right-footed shot from the front of the goal area off a pass from Kim Min-joon.The goal was reviewed by VAR for nearly two minutes, and Cho was clearly frustrated.With his 12th goal of the season, Cho Young-wook surpassed Valdivia (Jeonnam) and Glayson (Gyeongnam) to become the sole leader in the scoring rankings with 11 goals. Gimcheon completed the 4-0 victory with a wedge goal from Politician three minutes later.At Gudeok Stadium in Busan, home team Busan IPark defeated Jeonnam Dragons 1-0 thanks to Ramas’ penalty kick in the 38th minute .Busan striker Park Dong-jin, who was making a quick run toward the goal, was brought down by Jeonnam defender Ko Tae-won as he grabbed his jersey, resulting in a penalty kick, which Ramas calmly converted .Busan moved up two spots in the standings, from fourth to second (44 points).Jeonnam remained in seventh place (34 points).

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