Gustavo breaks silence after ‘100-match self-celebration goal’, will he continue with Jeonbuk?

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After a long silence, Gustavo scored the winning goal to celebrate his 100th appearance in the league after 10 games, but it remains to be seen if he will stay with Jeonbuk.

Jeonbuk Hyundai defeated Suwon FC 1-0 in the 23rd round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on Saturday. With the win, Jeonbuk earned three points and moved into fourth place in the table, behind Seoul.

Jeonbuk started off aggressively and scored the first goal to take the lead, but Suwon FC fought back in the second half. Lee Seung-woo, Yoon Beom-garam, and Lopez combined to give Suwon a chance to make amends, but they were unable to score against Jeonbuk, who are ranked first in the league for fewest goals conceded. With the win, Jeonbuk, who have now climbed to fourth place, continue their recent good form. They have already won six straight at home.

Gustavo made an impact early on. In the fourth minute of the first half, Gustavo’s pass was collected by Moon Sun-min and he had a chance to take a shot on goal. In the end, it was Gustavo who scored the first goal. In the 13th minute, Lee Dong-joon sent in a cross from the right side at high speed, and Gustavo headed it straight into the net.

Gustavo wasn’t satisfied and kept pounding away at the goal. In the 11th minute of the second half, he took a ball from Moon Sun-min and Baek Seung-ho in the center and fired a sharp shot. Then, in the 37th minute, Song Min-kyu sent a ball from the left side that Han Gyo-won headed back toward the goal, and Gustavo received the second ball and tried to finish it, but it was blocked by the goalkeeper. With no further goals from either team, Gustavo’s goal stood as the winning goal.

It was Gustavo’s first goal in 10 league appearances. His first and last league goal of the season came just 11 seconds into the match against Seoul in Round 11 on May 5. After missing the 12th round, Gustavo continued to play, if not start, every game from the 13th round, but his silence grew longer. He seemed to come back to life in the Hana Bank FA Cup Round of 16 against Paju Min Football Club with a four-goal blitz, but then went quiet. His first goal in a long time against Seoul in Round 21 was disallowed for offside, and he had a disappointing performance in the previous match against Daejeon, but he finally found the back of the net in Round 23 to lead his team to victory. 메이저사이트

The match marked Gustavo’s 100th career K League appearance. Born in 1994, the Brazilian joined Jeonbuk for the first time in 2020. After celebrating before the game, Gustavo scored the winning goal to mark his 100th appearance.

While the key striker’s goal saved the day, Jeonbuk can’t be all smiles. Recently, there have been rumors of Gustavo’s transfer to Egypt. G

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