Kim Chan ‘Fantastic Scissors Kick’… K-League 2 Busan

Kim Chan ‘Fantastic Scissors Kick’… K-League 2 Busan, Cheonan 1-0 victory, 2nd place jump

Gimpo catches Anyang and ranks third… Jeonnam in 7th place,

Bucheon in 6th place and victory, ‘chase under the chin’

Professional Football

Professional football K League 2 Busan I-Park defeated Cheonan City FC, the bottom team, and regained the 2nd place by continuing an undefeated streak in 3 games.

Busan defeated Cheonan 1-0 in the K-League 2 2023 round 25 home game held at Gudeok Stadium on the 5th.

Busan, which has been on the rise with 2 wins and 1 draw in the recent 3 league games, has accumulated 41 points and jumped two steps to 2nd place.

It is one point away from leader Kim Cheon (42 points), who played one less game.

Busan regained second place in about a month after July 9th.


On the 23rd of last month, Cheonan, who defeated Seongnam FC 3-2 and won their first thrilling season in 21 games, 카지노사이트

fell into a losing streak again and could not get out of the bottom place (8 points) among 13 teams.

Busan took the lead in the 39th minute with a picturesque scissor kick from Chan Kim from the left side of the penalty area, and kept this goal to the end.

First Half

In the first half of extra time, Cheonan lost a golden opportunity to equalize as Paulinho’s surprise mid-range shot was blocked by goalkeeper Koo Min.

At the Gimpo Salter Soccer Field, Gimpo FC overcame FC Anyang 1-0, ending a draw in the last 2 games (1 draw, 1 loss) and rising to 3rd place (39 points).


Anyang, which was in second place until the previous day, was pushed back to fourth place (38 points),

failing to maintain the momentum that caught Gimcheon, the leader of the last game.

In the 38th minute of the second half, Gimpo’s Lewis finished off Song Chang-seok’s cross from the left flank with a powerful header to score the winning goal.

After the game against Jeonnam Dragons on June 25, Lewis, who started scoring in a league game after a long time, chased the leading scorer Gleyson (Gyeongnam, 11 goals) by two goals with his 9th goal.


7th placed Jeonnam won 1-0 against 6th placed Bucheon FC at the Anbang Gwangyang Stadium,

recording 34 points, pushing Bucheon (35 points) with a 1-point difference.

From 3rd place Gimpo to 7th place Jeonnam, they lined up tightly within 5 points.

Jeonnam has extended their undefeated streak in league home games to 9 games (6 wins, 3 draws).

Bucheon struggled without a goal in 4 consecutive games and fell into a draw (2 draws, 2 losses).

Nine minutes after the start of the game,

Go Tae-Won’s head slightly changed direction to Lee Seok-Hyun’s cross from the left flank,

shaking the net and scoring the final goal.

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