– Defeated Anyanggong and Ansan Greeners
– 4 points to advance to the round of 12
– Last year’s final match return match
– Gwangju Kumho High School and Youngsaeng High School
K League Busan I-Park Youth Team Kaesong High School and Ulsan Hyundai Youth Team Hyundai High School ‘ High School World Cup’ 44th Korean Football Association President’s Cup The national high school football tournament reported its first victory side by side and advanced to the round of 12.
Gaeseong High School won 2-0 in the second group match against Anyang Technical High School (FC Anyang Youth Team) held at Chija Stadium in Namhae Sports Park, Gyeongnam on the 8th. Gaeseong High School, who drew 1-1 with Ansan Greeners U18 in the first game, took advantage of advancing to the round of 12 by accumulating 4 points.
Kaesong High School took the lead with Lee Ji-hoon’s opening goal in the 27th minute of the first half, followed by Seo Kang-hyun’s additional goal in the 2nd minute of the second half. Kaesong High School strengthened its defense by using 5 substitute cards from the 16th minute of the second half, and eventually won its first victory without conceding a single goal.
After drawing 0-0 in the first match against Anyang Technical High School, they won 2-1 in the second match against Hyundai Kodo Ansan Greeners U18. Hyundai High School had a thrilling come-from-behind victory that day. Eight minutes into the second half, Lee Dae-jin of Ansan Greeners U18 scored the first goal and took the lead. Hyundai High School, which was looking for a comeback goal, tied the score with Hwang In-hyeok’s goal in the 19th minute of the second half, and turned the game around with Lee Young-gyu’s winning goal in the 38th minute of the second half.
An exciting match took place in the group stage of the day. First of all, last year’s champion Kumho High School (Gwangju FC Youth Team) and runner-up Jeonju Youngsaeng High School (Jeonbuk Hyundai Youth Team) faced each other from the group stage and drew attention. Following the final match of the last tournament, Kumho High School defeated Jeonju Youngsaeng High School 2-1 on the same day, proving that it is a ‘nemesis’. Kumho High took the lead with Park Kang-young’s goal in the 17th minute of the first half. However, the potential of Jeonju Youngsaeng High School was also formidable. Jeonju Youngsaeng High School equalized with Yoon Jong-bin’s goal in the 7th minute of the second half. After that, the two teams fought fiercely, and the match seemed to end in a draw. However, Lee Tae-kyung’s winning goal just before the end of the game earned them 3 points.
The ‘Steelga Derby’ between Gwangyang Jecheol High School (Jeonnam Dragons youth team) and Pocheol High School (Pohang Steelers youth team) also drew attention. Both teams are youth teams of professional clubs run by the POSCO Group. Gwangyang Jecheol High School was the winning team in the competition two years ago, and Pocheol High School is a strong team that runs first in the K-League Junior League B zone this year. However, the match ended in a bittersweet way. Pocheol High School scored three goals in the second half, starting with Myung-Jun Kim’s first goal in the 19th minute, Baek Seung-Won’s additional goal in the 28th minute, and Kim Myung-Jun’s key goal in the 30th minute of the second half to win 3-0.메이저사이트
The confrontation between the youth teams of professional clubs based in Chungnam was also a highlight. Asan FC U18 and Cheonan City FC U18 drew 2-2 after a heated battle. Cheonan City FC U18 took the lead in the 8th minute with Kang Hyeon-seong’s first goal, but Asan FC U18 turned the game around at once with Shin Dong-bin and Kim Jin-young’s consecutive goals in the 10th and 14th minutes of the second half. However, in the 21st minute of the second half, Cheonan City FC U18 balanced the game again with Sein Kim’s goal and could not decide the winner.