Momentum with the return of Mugosa…Incheon catches both the K-League and ACL

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Professional football Incheon United is on the rise with 5 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in the last 7 matches. In July, they went undefeated with 4 wins and 1 draw in 5 games, and are continuing their good trend in August. The comeback of Ace Mugosa (31) gained momentum.

It’s nice to see the return of Mugosa. Mugosa, who joined Incheon in 2018, played many roles as a striker. He played the role of a solver at an important moment and even earned the nickname ‘Destroyed Sword Finisher’. Then, in July of last year, he transferred to Vissel Kobe (Japan). I was in a situation where I had to leave Incheon as Kobe invoked the buyout (minimum transfer fee required for transfer). However, he returned to Incheon after a difficult time in Kobe, where he only appeared in 8 official matches.

After returning to Incheon, he devoted himself to recovering from a knee injury, and on the 6th he had a return match against Jeonbuk Hyundai. On the 13th, against Daegu FC, he made his debut in front of the home fans in a long time. Mugosa, who received passionate support from Incheon fans, scored a goal 417 days after his hat-trick against Gangwon FC on June 22 last year. Mugosa stabbed Jerso with a sharp pass in the extra time of the first half and even recorded an assist. It was a perfect home comeback. He also continued the Incheon club’s record for the most goals (69 goals).먹튀검증

With the return of Mugosa, Incheon jumped into the ranking fight in earnest in the second half. It was shaken at the beginning of the season, but it is bringing back memories of last season when it qualified for the first Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL). Incheon, which is recording 9 wins, 9 draws and 8 losses (36 points), has the same points as Daejeon (36 points) in 6th place, but is in 7th place behind many points. It is also 2 points behind 4th place Seoul (38 points). It’s coming up terribly. With not long left until the end of the regular round (Round 33), the engine started to enter Final A (1st to 6th place).

At the same time, the ACL is also prepared. We aim to advance to the finals through the ACL playoffs on the 22nd. Incheon coach Cho Seong-hwan went on a business trip to Hong Kong for 2 nights and 3 days to find out the opponent. He plans to prepare thoroughly as he steps on the first ACL stage.

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