Fantastic goal by Kim Chan… Taking back 2nd place at I-Park

– Undefeated in 3 matches… Climbing up two steps,

professional football K League 2 Busan I-Park regained the 2nd place by continuing its undefeated streak thanks to the fantastic scissor kick goal by Kim “Young Gun” Chan (pictured).

Busan won 1-0 in the home game against Cheonan City FC in the 25th round of Hana 1 Q K League 2 2023 held at Gudeok Stadium on the 5th. Busan, which has recently been undefeated in three league games (2 wins, 1 draw), has accumulated 41 points and moved up two places from 4th to 2nd. It is the first time in about a month since the 9th of last month that Busan regained second place. On the other hand, on the 23rd of last month, Cheonan defeated Seongnam FC 3-2 and won its first win of the season after 21 games.토토사이트

The match was held at Gudeok Stadium because the match between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Jeonbuk Hyundai in the K-League 1 was held on the 3rd at Busan Asiad Main Stadium, Busan’s home stadium. Prior to this season’s match, Busan recorded 1 win and 1 draw against Chungnam Asan and Gimpo at the Gudeok Stadium, and won Cheonan City FC to remain undefeated (2 wins, 1 draw).

On this day, Busan put forward Kim Chan, Pesin, and Park Dong-jin as the three-top team, and formed a midfield line consisting of Choi Jun, Lamas, Lim Min-hyuk, and Eo Jeong-won. Jo Wi-je, Lee Han-do, and Kim Sang-jun were in charge of the three-back defense line.

As the game started, the two teams continued their fierce battle. As Busan took the lead with Lamas and Pesin’s shots, Cheonan City FC countered with Paulinho and Motta’s shots.

It was Busan’s Chan Kim who broke the balance of the tense game. In the 39th minute of the first half, in a chaotic situation in the penalty area, Kim Chan, who was on the left, fired a picturesque scissor kick with his back to the goalkeeper, and the ball was sucked into the right corner of the goal. It was Kim Chan’s 6th goal of the season. Cheonan City FC, which launched a counterattack, hit the ground after Paulinho’s surprise mid-range shot was blocked by Busan goalkeeper Koo Sang-min during the extra time of the first half. Cheonan fired several shots in the second half, but each time it was blocked by Koo Sang-min’s save.

On the other hand, on this day, which was held as ‘Happiness Sharing Day’, about 500 members of the Lions Clubs International Busan district, including President Hyung-mo Lee, attended and signed an agreement with Busan to contribute to the local community and cheered.

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