The Busan I'Park failed to move into second place, and instead fell to fifth, with a disappointing 3-2 loss in Pohang Saturday night.

The I'Park fell behind early again, this time in the 15th minute when defender Lee Dong-won accidently put the ball in his own net to give Pohang the early advantage.

Pohang went up a double three minutes later, when Go Mu-yeol converted on a pass from Shing Gwang-hoon. Lim Sang-hyup then cut the lead in half in the 38th minute to give I'Park some hope heading into the second half.

K League – I’Park Fall in Pohang

 

The Busan I'Park failed to move into second place, and instead fell to fifth, with a disappointing 3-2 loss in Pohang Saturday night.

The I'Park fell behind early again, this time in the 15th minute when defender Lee Dong-won accidently put the ball in his own net to give Pohang the early advantage.

Pohang went up a double three minutes later, when Go Mu-yeol converted on a pass from Shing Gwang-hoon. Lim Sang-hyup then cut the lead in half in the 38th minute to give I'Park some hope heading into the second half.

However, Asamoa sealed the game in the 83rd minute, before Fagner scored his third goal of the year on a penalty kick in the 88th minute to make it 3-2. The I'Park couldn't convert an equalizer and lost their sixth game of the year.

After the game, coach Ahn Ik-soo said "we played hard, but all three of their goals were mistakes. We didn't have concentration."

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