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BUSAN, South Korea -- The Busan IPark returned to the pitch after a three week absence, but were easily defeated 2-0 by table leaders FC Seoul Sunday afternoon at the Asiad World Cup Stadium.

Daeyan took advantage of the rainy pitch in the eighth minute off a counterattack and slipped a week shot past a helpless Jeon Sang-wook, who had trouble due to the heavy rains.

The trio of Daeyan, Molina and Adi caused fits all afternoon for the IPark defense, who proficiently managed to keep the score from getting out of hand. Molina added the double in the 78th minute to put the game out of reach.

The IPark, who qualified for Group A by way of their sixth place finish, move on to play Ulsan this Sunday on the road.


IPark Humbled at Home by FC Seoul


BUSAN, South Korea – The Busan IPark returned to the pitch after a three week absence, but were easily defeated 2-0 by table leaders FC Seoul Sunday afternoon at the Asiad World Cup Stadium.

Daeyan took advantage of the rainy pitch in the eighth minute off a counterattack and slipped a week shot past a helpless Jeon Sang-wook, who had trouble due to the heavy rains.

The trio of Daeyan, Molina and Adi caused fits all afternoon for the IPark defense, who proficiently managed to keep the score from getting out of hand. Molina added the double in the 78th minute to put the game out of reach.

The IPark, who qualified for Group A by way of their sixth place finish, move on to play Ulsan this Sunday on the road.


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