Professional soccer K League 2 Bucheon FC hosted Seongnam FC and scored back-to-back goals by foreign player Lutape in the 34th minute and just before the end, 카지노사이트 but were ruled offside on both occasions, resulting in a disappointing draw.
Third-ranked Gyeongnam FC conceded an early goal to ‘bottom’ Cheonan City FC in their home game, but came from behind to earn a hard-fought 1-1 draw.
Bucheon drew 2-2 with Seongnam FC in the 27th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 at Tancheon Sports Complex in Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do, on the 21st.
With 11 wins, six draws, and eight defeats, Bucheon (39-6th on points) will have to wait until next season to move up. Seongnam (7 wins, 9 draws, 9 losses – 30 points), which picked up a point alongside Bucheon, remains in ninth place.
Seongnam opened the scoring in the 37th minute when Lee Jong-ho pounced on an opponent’s passing error and dived into the penalty area, where Kris finished unstoppably.
Bucheon, who were down a goal, found a solution in forward Ahn Jae-jun, who was named to the Hangzhou Asian Games squad.
On the counterattack, Lupeta’s cross from the right flank was met by Ahn’s foot and rattled the net.
The goal was Ahn’s first in about three months since May 29 against Gimpo FC.
Seongnam then struck again on a set piece. Defender Cho Sung-wook headed in a cross from a corner kick to open the scoring.
In the 34th minute of the second half, Bucheon also had a chance to score, but they were unlucky.
Jung Hee-woong’s right-footed shot from inside the penalty box found Lupeta in the box.
Lupeta calmly slotted it home to tie the game, but the goal was disallowed after a video assistant referee (VAR) ruled that he was slightly ahead of the defense.
Bucheon’s Lee Yi-hyung celebrates scoring the equalizer in late stoppage time. [Courtesy of the Korea Football Association].
Bucheon’s dwindling lead was turned around by Lee Lee-hyung’s goal.
In second-half stoppage time, Lee’s surprise left-footed shot from the left flank of the penalty box found its way into the back of the net, saving his team from defeat.
Bucheon, who had gained momentum, looked to secure a dramatic victory when Lupeta rattled the net with a header from a free kick in stoppage time, but the upset was denied by VAR as he was ruled offside.
Cheonan’s first goal by Lee Kwang-joon in the 40th minute…Gyeongnam’s equalizer by Park Min-seo in the 25th minute of the second half
Gyeongnam FC drew 1-1 at home against ‘last place’ Cheonan City FC.
With the point, Gyeongnam (11 wins, 9 draws, 5 losses, 40 points) moved into third place, ahead of Gimpo (25 wins, 42 points) on goal difference.
Cheonan (1W, 6D, 18L, 9G) escaped a three-game losing streak for now, but failed to capitalize on an early goal to earn a coveted second win of the season.
Cheonan opened the scoring in the 40th minute when Lee Kwang-joon found the back of the net from a corner kick.
His header was blocked by the goalkeeper, but Lee Kwang-joon, who did not give up and ran into the box, pushed it in again and scored his first goal of the season.
Gyeongnam tied the game in the 25th minute with a neat counterattack. After winning the ball near the halfway line through heavy pressure, Gyeongnam’s Glayson ran down the right flank and delivered a sharp cross to Munjeon.
Park Min-seo calmly kicked it in with her right foot to make the score 1-1.