Ulsan Hyundai striker In-jong-kyu, who recently returned to the top of the K League 1 scoring charts with an unexpected multi-goal outburst, has revealed his desire to win a title he has yet to achieve in his career. “I was a little stressed because we weren’t scoring goals, but coach (Hong Myung-bo) told me to take it easy, and I think that helped me relax psychologically, which led to my multi-goal performance,” he said after the team’s K League 1 Round 28 away match against FC Seoul at Seoul World Cup Stadium on Sunday. Lee scored back-to-back goals in the 19th and 23rd minutes of the second half to help the team earn a 2-2 draw after falling behind to Seoul .It was the 12th and 13th goals of the season for Inhabigyu, who had been on a goal drought since July 8 against the Pohang Steelers. The multi-goal performance, which came nearly three months after his May 28 goal against Daejeon Hana Citizens, tied him with Tiago (Daejeon) for the league lead in goals.” As a striker, I feel impatient when I don’t score goals. It’s a problem I have to solve every season. How to solve it and find confidence was important,” he said, adding, “I had the determination and motivation to score goals when the opportunity came. “Returning to his hometown club Ulsan after a four-year absence, he also admitted that he was struggling to maintain his rhythm as he often started alongside Hungarian international striker Martin Adam. “I haven’t told the coach, but honestly, I’m still learning how to adjust and take care of my body because I’m playing ‘pomp and circumstance’ every game,” he said. “I feel like I’m having a growing time, and in that sense, this season is meaningful,” he explained. When asked about the top scorer, he said, “I don’t have a title (in the first division), so I don’t have any ambitions for individual titles. I’ll think about it after I win the title, but for now, I want to focus on the team.” Talk of a national team call-up is inevitable whenever he shows off his goal scoring prowess in the K League, such as when he was the top scorer (22 goals) in 2021 while playing for Jeju United, but he has never been selected under Jürgen Klinsmann, following in the footsteps of his predecessor, Paulo Bento. “Actually, my expectations (for the national team) are at 0.1 percent now. “I’ve been hurt by a lot of things like this, so I’m trying to put my mind down and wait calmly,” he said. “If it doesn’t work out, I think I’m not good enough and I have a lot to fill in. It’s more important to grow like 스포츠토토 that.

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