GWANGJU, South Korea -- The Busan IPark used a strong defensive effort, as Jeon Sang-uk stopped 17 Gwangju shots for the clean sheet as the Busan IPark defeated Gwangju FC 2-0 Saturday.

Brazilian Fagner opened the scoring in the 13th minute, calmly knocking in a Han Ji-ho cross to give IPark the early advantage. Jeon's heroics in net kept Gwangju from netting the equalizer to give the IPark their 11th victory of the season.

Yoon Ji-hoon made the lead a double with a debut goal from Matt McKay.

The IPark now sit joint fifth with Jeju United in the K League table.


IPark Trumps Gwangju 2-0


GWANGJU, South Korea — The Busan IPark used a strong defensive effort, as Jeon Sang-uk stopped 17 Gwangju shots for the clean sheet as the Busan IPark defeated Gwangju FC 2-0 Saturday.

Brazilian Fagner opened the scoring in the 13th minute, calmly knocking in a Han Ji-ho cross to give IPark the early advantage. Jeon's heroics in net kept Gwangju from netting the equalizer to give the IPark their 11th victory of the season.

Yoon Ji-hoon made the lead a double with a debut goal from Matt McKay.

The IPark now sit joint fifth with Jeju United in the K League table.


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