The Busan IPark used their best offensive output of the season to easily defeat Gyeongnam 4-0 at the Asiad World Cup Stadium Sunday afternoon. With the victory, their second in a row and seventh of the seasson, the IPark moved into ninth place, one point ahead of Seongnam. The IPark are now undefeated in five games with three wins and two draws.
Four IPark players — Nilson Jr. in the first half, and Park Yong-ji, Lee Kyung-ryul and Lim Sang-hyub in the second half — scored for Busan as they dominated the game both on offense and defense once again registering a season high 12 shots on goal, while Lee Beum-young stopped four shots for the clean sheet.
The IPark next end the first part of the K League Classic season with a 2 p.m. match next Sunday versus FC Seoul.
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The country’s top court has sentenced a South Korean man to 12 years in prison for attempting to murder the U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert.
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The speed limit on main roads in Busan’s downtown might be lowered to 50 km per hour, which is 10 km less than the previous speed limit.
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