Busan I-Park swept aside the Ansan Greeners to extend its winning streak to five games and solidify its lead in the K League Two (2).
Park Jin-seop-led Busan won 2-0 at home against Ansan in the 32nd round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 at Busan Asiad Stadium on Sept. 19.
With 17 wins, eight draws and five losses (59 points), Busan maintained its lead at the top of the league with a seven-point gap over second-place Gimcheon Commerce (52 points), which has played one game less.바카라
Ansan remains in 12th place with 18 points (4W6D19L). They are only four points behind last-place Cheonan City FC (14), who have played one game less, and are in danger of falling to the bottom of the table.
Busan struggled against a stiff challenge from Ansan in the first half. However, they turned things around in the second half when Pesin was substituted for Sung Ho-young. In the 13th minute of the second half, Park Se-jin’s cross from the right flank was deflected to the left side of the penalty area. Choi Ji-mook took advantage with an exquisite non-stop shot to open the scoring.
Ansan scored in the 25th minute when Choi Ji-yong split the Busan goal, but the video assistant referee (VAR) pointed out a foul on the previous play. On the next play, Ansan’s Kim Bum-soo committed a rough foul and the two teams collided.
Despite the chaos, Busan managed to score another goal. In the 31st minute, Ramas flicked in a ball from the left and Pesin, who was positioned on the right side of the penalty area, rattled the net with a picturesque left-footed Caesar kick.
Seongnam FC secured their first win in four games against Gimcheon. Lee Jong-ho scored the game-winning goal in the 29th minute to give Seongnam a 1-0 victory over Gimcheon at Tancheon Sports Complex on the same day.
Seongnam is in ninth place with nine wins, 10 draws and 11 losses (37 points).
At Cheongju Sports Complex, visiting Seoul Eland defeated home team Chungbuk Cheongju 1-0 thanks to a 27th-minute goal by Chang-Jun Lee.
The victory was a welcome turnaround for Seoul Eland, who lost 0-3 to bottom-placed Chunan in the previous round. With 10 wins, 5 draws, and 15 losses (35 points), they are in 10th place.
Meanwhile, Chungbuk Cheongju, who were unbeaten in 14 matches (8 W, 6 D), suffered their first defeat in more than four months after a 0-2 loss to Gyeongnam FC on May 27. They remain in sixth place with 43 points (11 wins, 10 draws and 8 losses).