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BUSAN, South Korea -- The Busan IPark defeated Suwon 2-1 Wednesday night in the first game between coach Yoon Sung-hyo and his ex-squad since being sacked last year.

Defender Jang Hak-young's 77th minute goal was the difference as the IPark defeated the 10 man Suwon squad, who lost midfielder Oh Jang-eun who was sent off in the 35th minute.

The coach did not mention it obviously, but he seemed to want it, midfielder Park Jong-woo said after the game. We, players, all knew it.

Suwon opened the game strong with a fourth minute goal by Kim Dae-kyung, but the IPark equalized seven minutes later on a goal from Lim Sang-hyub.

The IPark move on the Gwangyong this weekend for a Sunday afternoon match versus Chunnam.


 

Coach Yoon Gets Revenge as IPark Stun Second Place Suwon


BUSAN, South Korea — The Busan IPark defeated Suwon 2-1 Wednesday night in the first game between coach Yoon Sung-hyo and his ex-squad since being sacked last year.

Defender Jang Hak-young’s 77th minute goal was the difference as the IPark defeated the 10 man Suwon squad, who lost midfielder Oh Jang-eun who was sent off in the 35th minute.

The coach did not mention it obviously, but he seemed to want it, midfielder Park Jong-woo said after the game. We, players, all knew it.

Suwon opened the game strong with a fourth minute goal by Kim Dae-kyung, but the IPark equalized seven minutes later on a goal from Lim Sang-hyub.

The IPark move on the Gwangyong this weekend for a Sunday afternoon match versus Chunnam.


 

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