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 Basani (Suwon Samsung), who scored the final goal that led to the victory in the Super Match, said he had let go of his resentment.

Suwon won 1-0 thanks to Basani’s winning goal in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 37 ‘Super Match’ match against Seoul held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 25th.

Suwon gained 3 points with this win, bringing the total to 32 points (8 wins, 8 draws, 21 losses). In the match between Gangwon and Suwon FC held at the same time, Gangwon won, and Suwon FC was unable to accumulate points, resulting in a tie with Suwon.

 Suwon FC scored 43 goals and Suwon 35 goals, keeping Suwon FC in 11th place and Suwon in 12th place in terms of goals scored. 

However, if they lost on this day, the possibility of direct relegation, which had been feared, was greatly reduced and they were able to seek survival.

Basani started this day and scored the winning goal in the 18th minute of the second half.  토토사이트

In a counterattack situation, he carried the ball himself, advanced to the front of the box, and attempted a sharp left-footed shot that hit Seoul’s right goal.

After the game, Basani said, “It was a difficult game. I am happy that our team achieved great results despite the difficulties.”

When asked if he expected to score, Bassani, who seemed to be in good condition that day, said, “I started playing again after acting coach Yeom Ki-hoon took office. I was able to find the rhythm of the game.

So I believed that I would naturally score points. From the first half of today’s game, the ball kept coming in.

I continued to feel confident and trustworthy when I came to this place,” he said.

Bassani, who scored after a tremendous dribble, said, “It’s a play I always practiced in training. I made a good play on the pitch and the ball came and I hit it there with confidence as I had practiced. I was confident in shooting in that space.

The goal was a great help to the team. “I feel like this has been achieved,” he said.

Basani, who was injured, was eventually replaced due to severe pain. Regarding his current physical condition, he said, “I stepped on it, slipped, and felt pain, so I had to be replaced.

Once I came out, it was nothing. Now, I will do my best to play in the remaining Gangwon match.”

Basani, whose playing opportunities were reduced during the time of coach Kim Byeong-soo, said, “It was very difficult, but I was confident in myself.

I thought that if I had the chance, I would have helped the team.

I worked hard in training to be able to do that. When I came to Korea, I experienced cultural differences and difficult times.

I tried to adapt to that. Suwon provided support not only to me but to all the players, so I was able to adapt well. I will do my best to be of help in the future,” he said.

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