Ansan beats last-place Cheonan for first back-to-back wins of season…Bucheon and Busan draw goalless

July 30, 2023 | by

The Ansan Greeners have won their first two games in a row.

Ansan won 2-1 against Cheonan City FC in the 24th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 at Ansan Wah~ Stadium on March 30. 12th-ranked Ansan (16 points) extended its lead over last-place Cheonan (8 points) to eight points. Cheonan, meanwhile, saw its four-match unbeaten streak (W1 D3 L1) snapped in its last match in July.

After a scoreless first half, the two teams were evenly matched until Ansan took the lead in the 34th minute. Kim Bum-soo’s corner kick was met by Kim Jung-ho, who rattled the net with a header while the defense was undisturbed.

Cheonan had a chance in the 36th minute when Paulinho was one-on-one with the goalkeeper, but failed to capitalize. Cheonan was awarded a penalty kick three minutes later when Park Jun-kang drew a foul on Ansan goalkeeper Lee Seung-bin. Motta stepped up to the spot kick and tied the game with a powerful shot. In second-half stoppage time, Ansan regained the lead. Lee Hyun-gyu broke through the Cheonan defense on a solo run and scored with a powerful right-footed shot. 먹튀검증

In the other match at Bucheon Sports Complex, Bucheon FC and Busan I-Park split the points. Due to the heavy rain before the game, puddles of water formed throughout the first half. Both teams struggled to develop their offense and played a lot of aerial battles. In the second half, the rain stopped and the game was able to proceed normally. However, both teams were unable to score and had to settle for a draw. Bucheon secures sixth place with 35 points, while Busan (38 points) remains in third place.


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