Se Jing-ya (34, Daegu), who collapsed due to an injury, complained of the frustration of having no choice but to watch.
Daegu FC played against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the 34th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 4:30 pm on the 21st and lost 1-2.
Daegu, who conceded the first goal to Han Kyo-won in the 30th minute of the first half, immediately balanced the match with Edgar’s equalizer, but lost in the second half when Gustavo gave up a penalty kick.굿모닝토토 주소
Daegu, which failed to add points, was tied with Incheon in points (50 points), most goals, and goal difference, but was pushed out of the winner’s bracket and ranked 6th.
Daegu’s ‘star’ and ‘ace’ Sejingya did not play in this game either. Sejingya collapsed after colliding with opposing defender Kang Tu-ji in the 29th round of the K League 1 against Gangwon FC on September 1. After a thorough examination, he was diagnosed with fractures to the 7th and 8th ribs.
Before the game, coach Choi Won-kwon reported Sejingya’s condition, saying, “The bone hasn’t healed yet. He seems to be feeling pain.”
While I was sitting in the press box watching the game, I met Sejingya. Even while injured, Sejinha visited his home stadium and watched the game from the press box.
Sejingya watched the first half leisurely, and at halftime, he provided generous fan service by signing autographs and taking pictures with fans who noticed Sejingya’s presence.
Entering the second half, Sejingya watched the game dynamically, reacting to every move of his teammates. He maintained a bright expression, but there was a hint of bitterness in it.
He directly asked Se Jingya, who was sitting next to him, about his physical condition. Se Jingya said that he was “Not Bad” and that he was not bad. He then explained, “It’s not really that bad. But two ribs were broken, but only one was healed.”
He then said, “The other one still needs time. It needs a little more time.”
In this game, Daegu maintained a tight 1-1 score against Jeonbuk, but lost after conceding a penalty kick to Gustavo at the end of the second half. Sejingha also talked about the frustration of not being able to change the situation directly, saying, “Watching the game from here is very stressful. I want to play in the game.”
Meanwhile, coach Choi Won-kwon said, “In a situation where Sejingha is not present, all strikers must take responsibility and resolve the issue. As soon as Sejingha’s bones heal and the pain goes away, I plan to start training and bring him into the game little by little.”