Attack power is basic, devoted play that blew the body into the defense of the bar

Gangneung Joongang High School captain Ko Eun-seok (pictured) contributed to the opening goal with a barbed defense in the quarterfinals, leading the team to the semifinals and making headlines.

Gangneung Jungang High School beat Seoul Soongsil High School 3-0 in the quarterfinals held at Gangbuk Public Stadium in Gangneung on the 17th.메이저놀이터

In the 12th minute of the first half, Ko Eun-seok cut off the opponent’s attack in the defensive area, broke through to the center line, and attempted a penetrating pass to Jo Min-seo (Gangneung Central High School) on the left flank. Starting from this, Kim Chan-hyeok (Gangneung Jungang High School) scored the opening goal with his left foot, passing the defender from the left inside the penalty box.

Ko Eun-seok not only served as the starting point for the opening goal, but also played an active part in managing the game, such as coordinating the defensive line throughout the first half and attempting a conversion pass.

In the second half, even though Soongsil High School increased the number of attacks and was on the offensive, the devoted play of blocking shots by throwing the body stood out. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the team won a clean sheet thanks to Ko Eun-seok’s performance.

Right after the game, Ko Eun-seok said, “The team has never scored a goal since the first round of the preliminary round.”

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