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DAEGU, South Korea - The Busan IPark lost an important match over the weekend, falling on the road in Daegu 2-1 at the Daegu World Cup Stadium.

Things started out well as just 49 seconds into the match, Busan's Yoon Dong-min gave IPark the early advantage off a pass from Park Yong-ho. The IPark failed to muster much offense after that, as they struggled to counterattack against a usually weak Daegu defense.

Lee Jin-ho netted twice for Daegu, first the equalizer after 22 minutes, and the second go-ahead goal in the 67th. The IPark failed to move into fourth as Ulsan drew with Seoul, and Jeju fell to Pohang 1-0.

The IPark next's game is Wednesday in Jeju at 7pm.


IPark Suffer Tough Defeat to Daegu


DAEGU, South Korea – The Busan IPark lost an important match over the weekend, falling on the road in Daegu 2-1 at the Daegu World Cup Stadium.

Things started out well as just 49 seconds into the match, Busan's Yoon Dong-min gave IPark the early advantage off a pass from Park Yong-ho. The IPark failed to muster much offense after that, as they struggled to counterattack against a usually weak Daegu defense.

Lee Jin-ho netted twice for Daegu, first the equalizer after 22 minutes, and the second go-ahead goal in the 67th. The IPark failed to move into fourth as Ulsan drew with Seoul, and Jeju fell to Pohang 1-0.

The IPark next's game is Wednesday in Jeju at 7pm.


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