Worst Japanese player of all time? The best Japanese player in Jeonbuk!

Despite the noise, Amano Jun chose Jeonbuk Hyundai and is making a soft landing.

As Amano’s influence increased in Jeonbuk, manager Kim Sang-sik, who was deeply troubled, could breathe a sigh.

Jeonbuk succeeded in escaping their losing streak by winning 2-0 in the 6th round of ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’ against Incheon United held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 9th.

Jeonbuk tied with Suwon FC in 6th place with 7 points thanks to consecutive goals from Jun Amano and Happa Silva, but fell behind in the number of points according to K-League rules and placed 7th.

In any case, it was a match where Amano’s performance stood out. Amano, along with Ryu Jae-moon, started in midfield and played full-time, breaking the team’s losing streak and scoring a valuable preemptive final shot to win.

When Jeonbuk was on the offensive, Amano advanced directly, won the ball in front of the penalty box, and split the net with a simple right-footed shot. It was the first goal he scored while wearing a Jeonbuk uniform this year.

Amano connected both shots on target that day. 1 key pass, 7 clearings, 3 interceptions, 8 ball acquisitions, etc., had a lot of influence on both sides of the air and defense. The Professional Football Federation selected Amano as the Man of the Match (MOM) for the match.

What is most encouraging is that Amano is raising the sense of the game by playing full-time in two consecutive matches. 토스카지노

On February 25, Amano, who became the first Korean professional footballer to help Song Min-kyu in the opening game of the Hyundai Derby against his former team Ulsan, helped Song Min-gyu to score his first goal in this year’s K-League 1, but unexpectedly felt something was wrong and was replaced by Andre Lewis in the 15th minute of the second half.

Amano, who also started in the second round against Suwon, struggled and felt pain in the 32nd minute of the second half and was replaced by Gustavo. At this time, he suffered a rib injury and missed all three and four rounds.

Amano, who recovered from his injury and returned through the A-match break, is growing his influence again as one of the players leading Jeonbuk’s offense.

In particular, when he got a corner kick at the end of the second half when he was leading 2-0 against Incheon, he induced cheering by raising both hands towards the Jeonbuk fans who were not cheering, and the home fans responded and played a significant role in changing the atmosphere of the stadium.

Last season, Jeonbuk, who suffered severely against rival team Ulsan, asked Amano’s original team, Yokohama F. Marinos, for a lease. In the process, there was some noise between Amano and Ulsan.

During the winter training period, Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo couldn’t hide his anger, saying, “I’ve met a lot of Japanese players so far, but it’s the worst ever.” .

In the end, in the midst of the noise, Amano took on a new challenge by choosing Jeonbuk lease, which reached out first.

Although the season started off badly, Amano has established himself as a player who has a considerable influence on Jeonbuk’s offense.

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