LoL National Team Defeats China in the Semifinals [sports]

[Asian Games] LoL National Team Defeats China in the Semifinals and Advances to the Finals... 金 Influential

Following the quarterfinals, Chovy appears in the mid-game... Secure at least a silver medal with a 2:0 complete win…

The winning team of the Taiwan-Vietnam game and the finals on the 29th.

The e-sports League of Legends (LoL) team that participated in the Hangzhou Asian Games (AG) completely defeated China, the biggest enemy of the tournament. 먹튀검증가이드

The national team won against China with a set score of 2:0 in the semifinals, held in a best-of-three format at the Hangzhou Esports Center in China on the morning of the 28th.

Korea used 'Chovy' Jeong Ji-hoon (22, Gen.G) as their mid laner following the quarterfinals the previous day.

To counter this, China selected 'Jiejie' Zhao Lijie (22, Edward Gaming) as their starting jungler.

'Ruler' Jae-hyuk Park (25, Jingdong Gaming) cut down 'Elk' Zhao Jahao in the 5th minute with a joint attack by supporter Ryu 'Keria' Min-seok (21, T1) and ganking Seo Jin-hyuk (23, Jingdong Gaming). and overpowered the ship.

Ruler recorded a double kill in the subsequent large-scale fight (teamfight) around the 15th minute, widening the gap that had widened early on.

China was not helpless either.

'Night' Zuoding (23, Jingdong Gaming) launched a counterattack by using his personal skills using his key pick, LeBlanc, to cut off Kanavi, Zeus, and Keria, who are playing on the same team in his country's league.

The deciding factor was a teamfight that started near the Chinese team's headquarters around the 28th minute.

Kanavi started by eliminating Knight, who was a thorn in his eye, and took the victory by capturing 'Meiko' Tenye (25, Edward Gaming) and Zhao Lijie, and Ruler went deep into the Chinese base and captured the other two, winning the first set in 29 minutes. took it

Korea, which started strong in the first set, appeared to be shaken by China's fierce counterattack in the early part of the second set.

China widened the gold gap by winning a kill in a mid-line teamfight around the 8th minute, starting with 'Elk' Zhao Jahao (22, Bilibili Gaming) taking the lead in a bottom lane battle around the 3rd minute.

However, Korea took advantage of the performance of Ruler and Chovy by obtaining a buff in a teamfight in front of Dragon around the 15th minute, and won 3 kills against China, restoring the kill score to 4:4.

Korea's victory was solidified as Zeus scored a solo kill against 'Bin' Cheon Zebin (20, Bilibili Gaming) and received dragon buffs in succession.

After winning the Baron teamfight in the 33rd minute, Korea immediately attacked China's base.

China desperately went on defense, but Chovy's Taliyah created individual opportunities with her ultimate at every crucial moment.

Ruler also did not miss the opportunity and cut off all the Chinese players, eventually defeating the Chinese main camp in 36 minutes.

Korea, which has secured at least a silver medal, will attempt its first official gold medal challenge in the finals held at the same venue on the 29th.

The opponent will be the winner of the semifinal match between Taiwan and Vietnam scheduled to be held this afternoon.

As both teams are evaluated as relatively weak compared to Korea and China, which are evaluated as the 'two major mountains' of LoL e-sports, there is analysis that Korea has virtually secured the gold medal.
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Hwang Seon-woo, 2nd Place in the 100m Freestyle Preliminary Round [sports]

[Asian Games] Hwang Seon-woo, 2nd place in the 100m freestyle preliminary round, and Lee Ho-jun 7th place, advanced to the finals

Asian record holder Fan Zhanle tied for third place with 48.66 seconds... First place in the preliminary round is Chinese rookie Wang Haoyu.

Hwang Seon-woo (20, Gangwon Provincial Office) advanced to the men's 100m freestyle finals by placing second in the preliminary round, following Wang Hao-yu (18, China).

Hwang Sun-woo finished the race in 48.54 seconds in the men's 100m freestyle preliminary group 6 match held at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center swimming pool on the 24th.

It was his first individual Asian Games match. 스포츠토토

Although he beat Fan Zhanle (48.66 seconds), who competed in the same group, he could not beat Wang Haoyu's record (48.13 seconds), who competed in group 4.

A total of 44 people participated in the preliminaries on this day, and the top 8 received tickets to the finals.

Hojun Lee also advanced to the finals in 3rd place in Group 6 and 7th overall with a time of 49.24 seconds.

Fan Zhanle and Katsuhiro Matsumoto (26, Japan) tied for third place with 48.66 seconds.

The men's 100m freestyle final will be held at 9:26 pm Korean time.

The preliminary round was an exploratory match.

The ‘real match’ unfolds in the finals.

Looking at the history and records, the number one candidate to win this event is Pan Zhanle.

Fan Zhanle set a new Asian record in the 100m freestyle with a time of 47.22 seconds at the Hangzhou Asian Games held in May.

The previous Asian record for the 100m freestyle was 47.56 seconds set by Sunwoo Hwang at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

At the 2023 Fukuoka World Championships held in July in the 100m freestyle, Fan Zhanle placed 4th (47.43 seconds), and Sunwoo Hwang placed 9th (48.08 seconds) in the semifinals, unfortunately failing to advance to the final stage.

However, Hwang Sun-woo acknowledged Pan Zhanle's superiority , but expressed his competitive spirit, saying,

"The records were good during training. If both me and Pan Zhanle do our best, we will both record good records."

Among Korean athletes, only one, Park Tae-hwan, has won a medal in the men's 100m freestyle at the Asian Games.

Tae-hwan Park won a silver medal in this event in Doha in 2006 and a gold medal in Guangzhou in 2010.

Hwang Sun-woo, who is active as a leading figure in Korean swimming management after Park Tae-hwan's retirement, will attempt to become the second Asian Games men's 100m freestyle winner after Park Tae-hwan later this afternoon.

Huang Sun-woo, whom we met after the preliminaries, said, "I am satisfied with my record in the preliminaries. I

was in the same group as Fan Zhanle, and I competed comfortably. Not only Fan Zhanle, but also Wang Haoyu is performing very well in the 100m freestyle, so I need to race harder in the finals." He said.

Hwang Sun-woo promised, “I will have a good lunch, rest well, and then play a good game in the finals.”
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K-League 1 Ulsan Drew, Pohang Won [sports]

Ulsan Drew, Pohang Won… K-League 1 1st and 2nd Place, Now ‘6 Points Difference’

Ulsan draws against Daejeon three times... Pohang completely defeated Suwon FC and went on an undefeated run in 9 games, while Gangwon caught Jeonbuk and escaped last place... Incheon defeats Jeju with Hernández’s ‘thick goal’

Ulsan Hyundai, the leading team in professional soccer K-League 1, failed to catch Daejeon Hana Citizen this time and allowed second place Pohang Steelers to catch up. 토토사이트

Ulsan drew 1-1 with Daejeon in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 30th round home game held at Munsu Soccer Stadium in Ulsan on the 16th.

Ulsan, which only added 1 point, recorded 62 points, narrowing the gap to 2nd place Pohang Steelers (56 points), who defeated Suwon FC 2-0 that day, to 6 points.

The competition for the lead, which had been dominated by Ulsan for a while, has now truly entered the fog.

Ulsan had only 2 draws and 1 loss in three meetings with Daejeon, who were promoted to K-League 1 this season.

Due to Daejeon, they are unable to overcome the threshold of victory against their former club.

Daejeon continued its strong performance against Ulsan, but maintained 8th place with 38 points amid 4 consecutive games without a win (2 draws and 2 losses).

Ulsan, which had only 1 win (2 draws, 2 losses) in the last 5 games, had an unconventional lineup that day, excluding key goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo and players who had been on the national team's European tour from the starting lineup, and starting players who had not received many opportunities until now. came out

Prior to this game, veteran center back Kim Ki-hee was appointed as captain and key striker Joo Min-gyu was appointed as vice-captain, reinforcing the will to renew the atmosphere.

Daejeon had a good start.

About 1 minute and 20 seconds into the game, Kim In-gyun received a pass given by Massa after running through the midfield and shot with his left foot to avoid goalkeeper Jo Soo-hyuk, who came forward from the left side of the penalty area.

Ulsan balanced the score with a penalty kick in the 29th minute of the first half.

Daejeon defender Kim Hyun-woo grabbed Joo Min-gyu and knocked him down inside the penalty area, resulting in a penalty kick. Joo Min-gyu, who took the kick, scored with his right foot and scored the tying goal.

Joo Min-gyu is the sole leading scorer in the league this season with 14 goals.

Ulsan, who used replacement cards such as Rubikson, Lee Chung-yong, Kim Young-kwon, and Bako in the second half, cheered when Bako's wonderful volley shot from the right side of the penalty arc in the 38th minute of the second half.

However, the referee judged through an on-field review that Lim Jong-eun had obstructed Daejeon goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun's view during the shooting situation, and the score was cancelled.

In the extra time of the second half, Lee Chung-yong's shot from the right side of the penalty area resulted in a penalty kick due to Daejeon's Oh Jae-seok's handball foul, and Ulsan had another golden opportunity to make a come-from-behind goal, but this time Joo Min-gyu's shot was blocked by Lee Chang-geun, who threw his body, and hit the ground.

Pohang defeated Suwon FC 2-0 at the home Steel Yard thanks to Zeka's multiple goals and put pressure on Ulsan with an undefeated record in 9 games (5 wins, 4 draws).

Zeka was responsible for both goals and shone as a major contributor to the victory.

In the 22nd minute of the first half, Zeka scored the first goal by pushing in Wandelsson's cross from the left side, and in the 44th minute of the first half, he dribbled down the right side from near the halfway line and scored an additional goal with a right-footed shot.

By adding two goals that day, Zeka surpassed his 10th goal in the league this season.

On this day, Pohang fired 12 shots, including 9 effective shots, while Suwon FC had only one shot in total, but was unable to add more points in the second half.

Suwon FC, who lost all three matches against Pohang this season, remained in 10th place with 29 points.

Gangwon FC succeeded in escaping from last place by catching Jeonbuk Hyundai in enemy territory.

Gangwon, which broke away from the last 3 games without a win (1 draw, 2 losses), accumulated 24 points and jumped to 11th place, pushing Suwon Samsung (22 points), which will play the 30th round on the 17th, to the bottom.

Jeonbuk maintained 5th place (43 points, 35 points, goal difference 7), but went winless in 5 games (3 draws, 2 losses).

Jeonbuk took the lead with a penalty kick 5 minutes into the game.

Han Kyo-won, who was breaking through the left side of the penalty area, was tripped by Gangwon defender Lee Ji-sol and a penalty kick was declared, and kicker Gustavo kicked with his right foot.

However, Gangwon's counterattack led by Gabriel and Yago was fierce, and in the extra time of the first half, Gabriel and Gallego scored consecutive goals, turning the situation around for Gangwon.

Gabriel scored a goal in his K League debut.

Heavy rain poured down past the middle of the second half, filling the ground with water and causing the ball to not roll well, which emerged as a variable in the game.

Gangwon Kim Dae-won scored an additional goal in the 30th minute of the second half.

At Incheon Soccer Stadium, Incheon United defeated Jeju United 2-1.

Incheon's Lee Myung-joo's first goal in the 29th minute of the first half and Jeju's Kim Seung-seop's equalizing goal in the 22nd minute of the second half kept the game in balance, but in the extra time of the second half, Incheon's Hernández scored a mid-range shot from the left corner of the penalty area to decide the game.

Incheon went up one place to 6th place (43 points, 35 points, -1 goal difference), and Jeju, whose recent winless streak extended to 4 games (1 draw, 3 losses), was ranked 9th (35 points).
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