Return report with 2 headers… Daegu Edgar “I’m taking care of my body”

 “I hope Edgar won’t get hurt anymore.”

It was the appeal of Daegu FC coach Choi Won-kwon, who had a K-League 1 home match against Incheon United on the 27th.메이저놀이터

Edgar (36, Brazil), who is considered the core of Daegu’s offense along with Cezinha, missed a season due to an injury sustained in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League playoff match in March last year, and returned to Daegu this season after going through a long rehabilitation tunnel. made a comeback

He scored three goals at the beginning of the season and raised his senses, but on the 9th of this month against the Pohang Steelers at the end of the 12th round, he signaled that he was not feeling well, and after being replaced, he vacated his seat again, raising concerns.

After taking a break from three league games, he returned as a substitute in the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup match on the 24th, and was dropped as a starter in the game against Incheon that day.

And he gave the team a point with a ‘header multi-goal’ that took advantage of his tall height.

In the 5th minute of the second half, when the team was trailing 0-1, he scored an equalizer with his head from a corner kick, and in the 11th minute, Hwang Jae-won’s cross led to a reverse header.

In the last minute, Daegu allowed an equalizer and the match ended 2-2, which did not lead to Daegu’s third consecutive league win, but it was enough to confirm ‘Healthy Edgar’.

Edgar scored two goals in a game after the match against Suwon FC on November 6, 2021 based on the league.

Edgar said, “I am very happy to have scored multiple goals in a long time,” but also said, “If the team won and improved the rankings, we could have competed well with the top teams, but it is regrettable that we did not. It was a game with good and bad points.”

He said, “I have experience as I am not young, and the coach is considerate, so I am managing it well. There is,” he stressed.

Edgar worked full-time on this day and announced that he was healthy.

After the game, coach Choi Won-kwon said, “I have nothing to be particularly grateful for scoring a goal because I did what Edgar always looked like” and then burst into laughter, saying, “Thank you anyway.”

At the same time, he also expressed his anticipation, “I hope Edgar will continue to make me feel grateful.”

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