K League teams got different results at the AFC Champions League on Tuesday. Incheon routed Kaya FC. However, Ulsan Hyundai lost to Kawasaki Frontale.
Incheon United continued their strong play by defeating Kaya FC, 4-0, in their second home group round game.
Incheon United betting fans were happy to see the team playing as one unit from the opening whistle. Due to their accurate passing and crossing, they enjoyed increased possession and scored multiple early goals. Stefan Mugosa scored the first goal of the game with a header.
K League Teams in the AFC Champions League
Mugosa’s penalty kick in the 19th minute, after a foul by Ricardo Sendra, gave Incheon a lead. Also, Incheon kept pressing for additional goals and opening play with deft passes. According to sports betting predictions experts, their efforts paid off, as they were up 3-0 at halftime thanks to Hernandes Rodrigues’s goal in the 36th minute. Also, the goal was due to good passing and shooting.
In the 73rd minute, Paul-Jose M’Poku added to Incheon’s lead as he blasted a free kick into the bottom left corner. According to online sports wagering reports, Incheon qualified for the Champions League for the first time this season and has already won two games in Group G.
However, K League leaders Ulsan lost their second consecutive encounter at the group stage. Ulsan and Kawasaki struggled to score during the encounter at Kawasaki Todoroki Stadium in Kawasaki, Japan, therefore it was not as exciting as the game in Incheon.
Instead, Ulsan had several dangerous opportunities, but goalie Jo Hyeon-woo saved everyone. Kento Tachibanada had a quick shot from outside the box in the 89th minute that Jo could not reach. The game ended with a final score of 1-0, and the goal was the winner.
Ulsan, Incheon, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, and Pohang Steelers are the four K League clubs participating in this year’s Champions League. On the same day that the Steelers host the Chinese side Wuhan Three Towns in Pohang, North Gyeongsang, Jeonbuk will travel to Thailand to face Bangkok United.