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Jung Woo-young Returns to the Starting Lineup After 13 Games

Jung Woo-young returns to the starting lineup after 13 games… Stuttgart draws 1-1 with Cologne

National team striker Jung Woo-young of Stuttgart, a German professional soccer team,

signaled his return to the starting lineup.

Stuttgart drew 1-1 with Cologne in the 23rd round home game of the 2023-2024 Bundesliga held at the MHP Arena in Stuttgart, Germany on the 25th (Korean time). 바카라사이트

Jung Woo-young

Jung Woo-young started as a right-side striker and played on the pitch until he was replaced by Silas in the 20th minute of the second half.

It is only in 13 games since the 10th round against Heidenheim on November 5 last year that Jung Woo-young has been named on the starting list for a league game.

After the Heidenheim game, Jung Woo-young was only used as a substitute and played less than 10 minutes in most games.

Jung Woo-young, who played for Freiburg until last season,

moved to Stuttgart, led by coach Sebastian Hoeness,

who previously coached him in the second team of Bayern Munich,

ahead of this season as his position in the team was narrowed.


At the beginning of the season, he seemed to have solidified his position as a starting player by playing almost 90 minutes,

but after being selected for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, he was mainly used as a replacement resource.

Jung Woo-young was selected for the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC)

Qatar Asian Cup in the winter and had to be away from his team for a long time again.

If Jung Woo-young, who has 2 assists in Stuttgart, scores a goal,

his return to the starting role is expected to become easier.

On this day, Jung Woo-young performed impressively by attempting a sharp left-footed turning shot

in the 13th minute of the first half in a situation where he was surrounded by the front defense of the goal area.

This shot was blocked by the opposing goalkeeper.

Stuttgart scored the first goal in the 8th minute of the second half with Enso Milo’s left-footed non-stop shot following Chris Furich’s cutback,

but allowed an equalizer to Eric Martel in the 17th minute of the second half, earning only one point.

Stuttgart was in 3rd place (47 points, 15 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses),

and Cologne was in 16th place (17 points, 3 wins, 8 draws, 12 losses).


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