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JEONJU, South Korea - The Busan IPark drew for the second time this week, as they battled to a 0-0 draw against Jeonbok Motors at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

Following their 0-0 battle against Seoul FC on Wednesday, the IPark have been undefeated in four matches, and have not conceded any goals. However, the offense has also sputtered of late, and managed only to test Jeonbok keeper Kim Min-shik six times.

However, they are resolved to winning games.

"We are playing to win," said Kim Chang-soo.

Jeonbok applied pressure, with 12 shots on keeper Jeon Sang-wook, who recorded his second clean sheet this week.

The IPark now have two wins, four draws and two defeats on the season.

 

K League – IPark Draw Again

JEONJU, South Korea - The Busan IPark drew for the second time this week, as they battled to a 0-0 draw against Jeonbok Motors at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

Following their 0-0 battle against Seoul FC on Wednesday, the IPark have been undefeated in four matches, and have not conceded any goals. However, the offense has also sputtered of late, and managed only to test Jeonbok keeper Kim Min-shik six times.

However, they are resolved to winning games.

"We are playing to win," said Kim Chang-soo.

Jeonbok applied pressure, with 12 shots on keeper Jeon Sang-wook, who recorded his second clean sheet this week.

The IPark now have two wins, four draws and two defeats on the season.

 

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