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CHANGWON, South Korea -- The Busan IPark failed to register their first win of the year Sunday, falling 1-0 to Gyeongnam FC at the Changwon Soccer Stadium.

Lee Jae-an's 59th minute header was the difference, as Gyeongnam's constant attack finally paid off after just failing to connect in the 57th minute when Lee and Kim In-han's pressure led to a narrow miss off the crossbar.

Lee Beum-young kept the IPark close making a handful of dramatic saves, but the offense sputtered to manage nine shots, none of which tested Gyeongnam keeper Baek Min-chul with much difficulty.

The IPark will try to get their first win of the season at home this Sunday at 2 p.m. against defending league champions Seoul FC.


 

Lee Jae-an Leads Gyeongnam FC Past IPark


CHANGWON, South Korea — The Busan IPark failed to register their first win of the year Sunday, falling 1-0 to Gyeongnam FC at the Changwon Soccer Stadium.

Lee Jae-an’s 59th minute header was the difference, as Gyeongnam’s constant attack finally paid off after just failing to connect in the 57th minute when Lee and Kim In-han’s pressure led to a narrow miss off the crossbar.

Lee Beum-young kept the IPark close making a handful of dramatic saves, but the offense sputtered to manage nine shots, none of which tested Gyeongnam keeper Baek Min-chul with much difficulty.

The IPark will try to get their first win of the season at home this Sunday at 2 p.m. against defending league champions Seoul FC.


 

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