Ulsan Loses 2 Times in a Row, MVP for 2 Years in a Row [sports]

Ulsan Loses 2 Times in a Row, MVP for 2 Years in a Row?... Uhm Seong Takes on the Challenge of Being a Young Player Again this Year

Leading scorer Thiago and 2nd place Joo Min-gyu ‘Competition to score goals at the last minute’… Will it lead to MVP?

As Ulsan Hyundai confirmed an early win in the 'Hana One Q Pro Soccer K-League 1 2023', fans' interest in the 'individual award winners' is also increasing.

Ulsan won 2-0 in the final A round 35 home game against Daegu FC held at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on the 29th, accumulating 70 points, and is 10 points behind second-place Pohang Steelers (60 points) with 3 games left until the end of the season. By spreading the dots, he succeeded in being crowned champion. 먹튀검증가이드

Accordingly, Ulsan won its second consecutive K-League 1 title following last year, and its fourth championship in total (1996, 2005, 2022, 2023).

With three games remaining, fierce competition continues to be the top scorer and top assister of this season's K League 1.

In scoring, Thiago (Daejeon) leads with 16 goals, followed closely by Joo Min-gyu (Ulsan, 15 goals).

Since then, Jeka (Pohang) and Na Sang-ho (Seoul, 12 goals) have been added, but it does not seem easy to turn it around.

With both Thiago and Ju Min-gyu remaining, there is a greater possibility that the player who becomes the top scorer will naturally win the season's Most Valuable Player (MVP).

For the K-League Individual Awards (MVP, Young Player, Best 11), each club submits a list of candidates, and then the Candidate Selection Committee selects a multiple of 4 for each category and decides the winner through voting (media 40%, player 30%, leader 30%). do.

If Joo Min-gyu surpasses Thiago in the last three games and becomes the top scorer, there is a high possibility that he will be named MVP due to his 'local striker' and 'winning team premium'.

Ulsan won the K-League 1 championship for the first time in 17 years last season, and veteran Lee Chung-yong was selected as MVP.

Ulsan, which achieved its second consecutive victory in the K League, had the opportunity to produce MVP for the second consecutive year.

However, as each club selects a list of MVP candidates, Ju Min-gyu still has the task of being selected by the Ulsan club.

Not only Joo Min-gyu, but also Barco (11 goals, 1 assist in 34 games, 1 assist), who showed off his offensive ability in the early part of the season, and 'Spider Hands' Cho Hyun-woo (34 games, 36 goals) were also outstanding in Ulsan's second consecutive victory.

Thiago not only scored (16 goals) but also recorded 5 assists, ranking first with 21 attack points.

However, it is unfortunate that Daejeon stayed in Final B.

Pohang's striker Jeka is ranked first overall with 47,094 points through the 35th round in the K-League Power Ranking 'Adidas Points' combined score selected by the Professional Federation, so he can be named as an MVP candidate.

Competition for the K League 1 Young Player Award is also fierce.

The Young Player Award requires Korean players under the age of 23 to be within 3 seasons from their first K-League debut season (K-League debut after the 2021 season).

The most eye-catching player is Gwangju FC's midfielder Uhm Seong, the star of this season's 'promoted team sensation'.

Umjiseong played in 25 games through the 35th round, scoring 5 goals and 3 assists, accumulating the most outstanding attack points among the Young Player Award recipients.

He was included in the ‘Best 11 of the Round’ selected by the Professional Federation five times, and was named ‘Man of the Match’ twice.

Uhm Seong Uhm, who debuted in 2021, won the K League 2 Young Player Award last season.

If he receives the K League 1 Young Player Award this year, Uhm Seong will have the honor of becoming the first K League player to sweep both the 1st and 2nd Division Young Player Awards.

Uhm Ji-seong's strong opponent is Daegu FC defender Hwang Jae-won.

Right defender Hwang Jae-won played 30 games, the most among the Young Flair Award recipients, and played well, recording 1 goal and 3 assists.

In terms of scoring alone, Lee Ho-jae (Pohang) stands out as he scored the most goals with 6 goals (1 assist) in 34 games.
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