Edgar, “I’m happy to have a multi-goal game, but I’m disappointed we didn’t win”
Daegu FC striker Edgar expressed his disappointment at not being able to win despite scoring multiple goals.
Edgar’s team, Daegu, drew 2-2 against Incheon in the 15th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2023 at DGB Daegu Bank Park in Daegu at 7 p.m. on the 27th. Daegu conceded an early goal to Incheon midfielder Shin Shin-ho in the first 30 minutes, but seemed to pull off a thrilling comeback thanks to Edgar’s multi-goal fireworks in the fifth and 11th minutes of the second half. However, they had to settle for a draw after conceding a heartbreaking equalizer to Incheon’s substitute striker Hong Si-hoo in stoppage time.
“It was a very important game,” said Edgar in the post-match press conference. If we had won, we would have been able to compete with the top teams. In the first half, we didn’t play as well as we thought we would, but in the second half, thanks to the coach’s change, we did well. We also saw things that we need to focus on and work on throughout the season,” he concluded.
When asked about his first multi-goal game since the 2021 season, Edgar laughed: “I’m happy to score a multi-goal game after a long time,” he said. However, “I wish we could have won as a team. It was a game where there were good and bad points from both individual and team perspectives,” he said, adding that he was disappointed that he didn’t win. 메이저놀이터
Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon is very sensitive to Edgar’s physical condition. This is because he recognizes that Edgar is the main striker he trusts up front.
Edgar, who has been back on the pitch for three weeks, said he will always make sure he is in optimal condition. “I’m not old and I have a lot of experience. The coach takes care of me, so I’m trying to be ready in every way. As he said, we have a lot of games, so I’ll try to get in good shape. I’ll also take care of myself outside of training. I will be ready for the coach to use me at any time.”