“Only for Busan”… Park Jung-in who doesn’t want to cry anymore, look forward to this year

“Last year I was concerned with my personal goals, but this year I’m thinking about my team goals.”

Busan I-Park striker Park Jeong-in spent two years going back and forth between hot and cold baths. 2021, when he left Ulsan Hyundai and moved to Busan to get his chance, was a season to be proud of. In the 2021 season, when he was excited just to get a chance to play as a main striker, Park Jung-in, along with his best friend Ahn Byung-jun, played a big role as a pair of guns in Busan. He scored 8 goals and 3 assists in 29 games, and he showed great results, even surpassing the K-League 2 Young Player.

However, in the 2022 season, it did not. He struggled with 6 goals and 1 assist in 26 games, but couldn’t raise his head because of the team’s performance that had fallen to the bottom. For a while, he even had a hard time because his scorer had dried up. 온라인바카라 After scoring a goal, he burst into tears in front of the fans, so he said it all.

Park Jeong-in said, “I didn’t receive the Young Player Award in my first year in Busan, but I thought that I could have an impact through the season. I felt a lot of lacking, so I am preparing for the upcoming season with a different mindset,” he calmly looked back on the 2022 season.

It was worth it. Park Jung-in struggled at the forefront last year, but felt the limit. He may have been more like that when his best friend Ahn Byung-jun left for Suwon. Busan fell into a silence of eight consecutive games without a goal, and Park Jung-in, the striker responsible for the goal, was the player who had no choice but to feel the most responsibility. So, after scoring the winning goal against E-Land in Seoul on August 17, I even shed tears while watching the enthusiastic fans.

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