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BUSAN, South Korea -- The Busan IPark played a complete 90 minutes Sunday, defeating Seoul 1-0 at the Asiad World Cup Stadium. It was the first time in two years and four months that Busan has beaten Seoul. Busan entered the game with a seven-game winless streak against Seoul that dated back to October 2010.

William's first goal with the IPark, a rebound off a Park Jong-woo freekick in the 17th minute was the difference maker, as Lee Bum-young stifled Seoul's Daeyan and Molina constantly during the game with beautiful saves to record the clean sheet.

The IPark gained the crucial three points to move to eighth in the table. They enjoy a two week rest before heading to Jeju on March 30th.


 

William, Lee Lead IPark Past Seoul


BUSAN, South Korea — The Busan IPark played a complete 90 minutes Sunday, defeating Seoul 1-0 at the Asiad World Cup Stadium. It was the first time in two years and four months that Busan has beaten Seoul. Busan entered the game with a seven-game winless streak against Seoul that dated back to October 2010.

William’s first goal with the IPark, a rebound off a Park Jong-woo freekick in the 17th minute was the difference maker, as Lee Bum-young stifled Seoul’s Daeyan and Molina constantly during the game with beautiful saves to record the clean sheet.

The IPark gained the crucial three points to move to eighth in the table. They enjoy a two week rest before heading to Jeju on March 30th.


 

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