Hong Myung-bo’s ‘Madangsoe Foreigner’ Rubik’s Hand, a new engine in Ulsan’s reversal

 It was Rubiksson, a Swedish foreigner, who played a ‘salt-like’ role in Ulsan Hyundai, which is continuing its solo run in the K-League 1, breaking the recent slowdown.

He made a ‘surprising sortie’ as a left wingback in the K-League 1 Round 27 against Jeonbuk Hyundai at the ‘Hyundai Derby’ held at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on the 19th, helping the opponent’s right-line winger Han Kyo-won and fullback Jung Woo-jae advance. completely blocked. Han Kyo-Won, who led Jeonbuk’s uptrend by scoring two consecutive goals until just before, only had one shot that day. Jung Woo-jae, who supports him, not only moved forward, but also had a pass success rate of 79.5%, making it more difficult for me to play than before. Ulsan defeated Jeonbuk 1-0 that day and escaped from a slump in 5 games (1 win, 1 draw, 3 losses) and climbed to the top of 60 points.

Lee Chung-yong (assist) and Um Won-sang (score), who jointly scored the winning goal in the second half, were in the spotlight, but the special supporting actor was Rubik’s hand, who played with dedication like a ‘madangsoe’. Ulsan struggled to counterattack by locking the opponent thoroughly in line with the build-up color they were aiming for recently. The pattern play of key strikers such as Joo Min-kyu and Bako, who scored 11 goals side by side, was also pushed by the opponent with strong pressure. There was a voice saying that foreigners who were sluggish about escaping should wake up, and Rubik’s Hand played that role.

At the beginning of the season, he once showed off his sparkling ‘one-shot one-kill’ decision. He scored six goals through May. Then it slowed down, but coach Hong melted Rubik’s hand’s other strengths, his vigorous activity and active participation in the defense, into the current difficult team situation. Coach Hong believes that it is important to boldly give up what he is aiming for and change his mindset when the team situation does not work out the way he wants. On this day, he broke expectations and presented a three-back card, and with Rubikson as a wingback, he controlled the side Jeonbuk was good at.

Rubiksson drew attention because he had good off-the-ball movement and was very diligent when scoring goals, unlike a foreigner. On July 8th, against Pohang Steelers (Ulsan won 1-0), coach Hong placed him on the right side and made him focus on defense, but at that time he had confidence. In the match against Jeonbuk, he played as a left wingback and demanded active movement in the air and defense. He fit in perfectly. In defense, 7 clears, 11 gains, and 4 blocks were all the most in the team.온라인카지노 Also, there were 11 passes to the offensive area, and it was 100% successful.

Coach Hong said, “Rubikson is a player with a very good understanding of tactics and dedication to the team.” He did more than that,” he said.

It is also a stepping stone for Rubik’s hand, who showed signs of a slump after receiving attention for his scoring ability in the early stages. In particular, with all-around fullback Seol Young-woo being selected as a wild card during the Asian Games in September, Rubikson’s performance is expected to be of great help to coach Hong in drawing out a plan B for the defense. 

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