BUSAN, South Korea - The Busan IPark controlled the tempo for most of the game, but their offense once again struggled to find the net as they drew 0-0 with Chunnam Dragons at the Asiad World Cup Stadium in a rare Monday afternoon game.

Though Chunnam came out the aggressors for the first 20 minutes, the IPark settled in to control the pace for the majority of the game, but were denied a goal for the third consecutive game. Using an aggressive defensive unit, Chunnam rarely tested keeper Jeon Sang-wook, only registering six shots on the day.

Han Ji-ho had multiple opportunities to put the IPark on the score sheet, yet couldn't find a finishing touch off some beautiful crosses from Kim Chang-soo. His best chance came just before the half as he snuck behind the defense, but fluffed a one-on-one chance just before the half.

The IPark remain in sixth place in the table with 24 points.


 

IPark Extend Regular Season Unbeaten Streak to 10


BUSAN, South Korea – The Busan IPark controlled the tempo for most of the game, but their offense once again struggled to find the net as they drew 0-0 with Chunnam Dragons at the Asiad World Cup Stadium in a rare Monday afternoon game.

Though Chunnam came out the aggressors for the first 20 minutes, the IPark settled in to control the pace for the majority of the game, but were denied a goal for the third consecutive game. Using an aggressive defensive unit, Chunnam rarely tested keeper Jeon Sang-wook, only registering six shots on the day.

Han Ji-ho had multiple opportunities to put the IPark on the score sheet, yet couldn't find a finishing touch off some beautiful crosses from Kim Chang-soo. His best chance came just before the half as he snuck behind the defense, but fluffed a one-on-one chance just before the half.

The IPark remain in sixth place in the table with 24 points.


 

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Football Legend Park Ji-sung Retires

SEOUL, South Korea -- Park Ji-sung, one of South Korea's biggest football icons, retired from the sport today at age 33, citing debilitating pain in his surgically repaired right knee. 

Park, former national team captain and the first South Korean to play in English Premier League, was the picture of composure, flashing an occasional smile as he wrapped up an illustrious career that included joining South Korea's historic run to the semifinals at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. 

Source: Busan eFM News

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