“I get more energy when I hear booing”.
Jeonbuk Hyundai recorded a 1-1 draw with Suwon Samsung in the 26th round of Hana 1 Q K-League 1 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 12th.
With the draw on the day, Jeonbuk recorded 12 wins, 5 draws and 9 losses with 41 points, narrowing the gap with second place Pohang (45 points) to 4 points. 메이저사이트
Amano Jun came on as a substitute in the 40th minute in the second half of the day and energized the team’s offense. After only 13 minutes on the ground, he played as a substitute in the 24th round of the Pohang Expedition before the break, and then played again to raise the sense of the game.
This season, Amano suffered from a single injury and did not play much. This season Amano Jun is recording 1 goal and 3 assists in 14 league games due to injury.
Amano Jun said after the game, “Suwon is also playing good soccer after the manager changes, and I’m watching the game very warmly.”
Then, he explained, “I have a lot of difficulties in improving my condition because of the injury. It was difficult to get injured again while recovering. But now, I have almost recovered from the injury. Now is the time to show my skills on the pitch.”
Jun Amano said, “While preparing for the game, I thought about what I could do for the team. I also tried to play for the team in a short period of 10 minutes. As a result, I couldn’t lead the team to victory, so I have to work harder.” promised
Regarding the change in Jeonbuk after Pertescu took office, he explained, “Coach Petrescu is aggressively ordering and continues to use the position he is best at regardless of position, so I just need to show it with my performance.”
Meanwhile, Jun Amano is leaving Ulsan in the 27th round. It is an expedition to Ulsan, which became a messy relationship after moving to Jeonbuk this season. In the first match of the season, Amano Jun started and was booed by Ulsan fans.
About the away match to be held on the 19th, Jun Amano explained, “First of all, I know the strengths and weaknesses of Ulsan.”
He added, “Rather, booing is always welcome. Next week, I will definitely go to the stadium and play an active role so that the team can win.” /