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SUWON, South Korea -- The Busan IPark struggled to find the net again Sunday, falling 2-1 to third place Suwon in Hyundai Oilbank K League action.

The 42nd round brought more of the same for the IPark, who lost their 14th game of the season. The IPark have had problems finding the back of the net this season, with only 39 goals, the lowest in Group A, and eight behind second worst Gyeongnam.

Park Yong-ho and Kim Doo-hyun scored five minutes apart in the first half to give Suwon a comfortable 2-0 lead after 34 minutes. The IPark's Lim Sang-hyub finally found the back of the net after coming close on numerous occasions off a bouncing ball in the penalty area off a corner kick with time expiring to put the IPark on the score sheet.

The IPark play their final home game this Thursday at 7 p.m. versus fifth place Ulsan.


 

Suwon Too Much for IPark at Home


SUWON, South Korea — The Busan IPark struggled to find the net again Sunday, falling 2-1 to third place Suwon in Hyundai Oilbank K League action.

The 42nd round brought more of the same for the IPark, who lost their 14th game of the season. The IPark have had problems finding the back of the net this season, with only 39 goals, the lowest in Group A, and eight behind second worst Gyeongnam.

Park Yong-ho and Kim Doo-hyun scored five minutes apart in the first half to give Suwon a comfortable 2-0 lead after 34 minutes. The IPark’s Lim Sang-hyub finally found the back of the net after coming close on numerous occasions off a bouncing ball in the penalty area off a corner kick with time expiring to put the IPark on the score sheet.

The IPark play their final home game this Thursday at 7 p.m. versus fifth place Ulsan.


 

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