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On the day Norwich City’s Hwang Ui-jo scored his second goal, Bae Jun-ho returned to the starting lineup for the first time in a long time and played full-time. 

Although the team lost, Bae Jun-ho gained valuable experience.

Stoke City lost 0-3 against Blackburn Rovers in the 17th round of the 2023-24 English Championship (Second Division) held at the BET365 Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, England at 0:00 am (Korean time) on the 26th. 

With this day’s loss, Stoke continued their 3-game winless streak (2 draws, 1 loss) and maintained 21 points, ranking 16th.

Bae Jun-ho started as a starter. Bae Jun-ho, the future of Korean football who transferred from Daejeon Hana Citizen to Stoke this summer, has played in nine Championship games, including two as a starter.  먹튀검증사이트

His last start dates back to the game against Leicester City in early October. Afterwards, Bae Jun-ho, who started on the bench, was included in the starting list for the first time in a long time.

In the meantime, director Alex Neal used Bae Jun-ho in various positions. He was used alternately as left midfielder, front line, and central attacking midfielder. On this day, he was used as a left attacker in a 4-2-3-1 formation. 

Stoke were dragged down by conceding a goal to Scott Walton in the 4th minute of the first half. Walton, who scored, was injured and had to be replaced by Lewis Travis.

Bae Jun-ho struggled between left and center, but there was no goal. Stoke strengthened their attack by adding Ryan Mmae and Tees Campbell in succession. Wesley was also added. 

Bae Jun-ho kept his position, but rarely scored a goal. Stoke lost 0-3 after conceding two goals in the last minute of the second half. Although Bae Jun-ho played the full time as a starter, the team suffered a crushing defeat, leaving a mark of disappointment.

On this day, Bae Jun-ho had a pass success rate of 88% (40 attempts, 35 successes), 2 key passes, 6 ground duels won (11 attempts), 2 aerial duels won (3 attempts), 4 tackles, and a FIFA scoreline.

Recorded 2nd inning. Soccer statistics media ‘Sofa Score’ gave the team a rating of 7.2 points. Among Stoke players, he was second after Enda Stevens (7.3 points).

Britain’s ‘Stoke-on-Trent Live’ gave Bae Jun-ho a rating of 5. He commented, “I returned to the starting lineup for the first time since early October.

I took charge of the left attack. I tried to create chances, but I did not give Blackburn much cause for concern.”

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