Busan I-Park of the professional soccer K-League 2 (2nd division) took the lead with 4 consecutive wins.
Busan defeated Seongnam FC 3-0 in the 31st round of Hana One Q K League 2 2023 against Seongnam FC held at Busan Asia Main Stadium on the 16th.
Busan, which has continued to win 4 consecutive games, has 16 wins, 8 draws, and 5 losses (56 points), widening the point gap with 2nd place Gimcheon Sangmu (52 points), which has played one less game.
Seongnam, which had no wins in the last three games with 1 draw and 2 losses, remained in 9th place with 8 wins, 10 draws, and 11 losses (34 points).
Busan took the lead with Lamas’ sensational shot in the 18th minute of the first half. Lamas blocked the ball in Seongnam’s half, saw the opposing goalkeeper advance, 메이저사이트 and fired a shot from a long distance into Seongnam’s net.
Busan gained momentum and ran away with their second goal in the 41st minute of the first half. In a corner kick situation, Kim Chan showed concentration when the ball hit Kim Jeong-hwan’s foot and ended up scoring a goal.
Busan continued the attack to score additional points, and sealed the victory with Seong Ho-young’s goal in the 36th minute of the second half.
Chungbuk Cheongju FC won 1-0 with Giorgi’s winning goal in the away game against Ansan Greeners at Ansan Wa Stadium.
Cheongju, which continued its upward trend of being undefeated in the last 14 games (8 wins, 6 draws), recorded 11 wins, 10 draws, and 7 losses (43 points), dropping FC Anyang (42 points) and rising to 6th place.
Ansan, which has no wins in the last 6 games with 2 draws and 4 losses, remains at 18 points (4 wins, 6 draws, 18 losses), and the point gap with Cheonan City FC (14 points), the lowest, has been reduced to 4.
Last-place Cheonan traveled to Seoul E-Land and scored three goals to win 3-0.
With this, Cheonan achieved its second win of the season, winning two months after the match against Seongnam FC (3-2) on July 23. In addition, they narrowed the points gap with Ansan and aimed to get out of last place.
Seoul E-Land, which suffered two consecutive losses, ranked 10th with 9 wins, 5 draws, and 15 losses (32 points).