Chungnam Asan scored two goals in stoppage time to pull off a dramatic upset over FC Anyang in the K League 2.
Chungnam Asan won their Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 Round 31 home match against Anyang 4-3 on Sunday at the Asan Yi Sunshin Sports Complex.
Chungnam Asan, which had lost three straight games, won for the first time in four matches to improve to 9W6D13L (33 points) and jump to 10th place. Anyang remained in seventh place with 12 wins, 6 draws and 10 losses (42 points).바카라사이트
With a total of seven goals, the game opened up early. Anyang had the first laugh.
Anyang missed a chance to take the lead in the fifth minute when Yago missed a penalty kick, but Moon Sung-woo scored the first goal of the game just a minute later in the sixth minute off a pass from Yago.
Chungnam Asan fought back. In the 27th minute, Kim Kang-guk equalized with a free kick that hit the corner of the goal, and in the 38th minute, Kang Min-kyu took the lead with a sensational shot after a one-on-one chance with the goalkeeper.
Anyang tied the game at 2-2 in the fourth minute of the second half when Joo Hyun-woo scored on a similar free kick from a similar position to the one Kim Kang-guk had earlier. With momentum on their side, Anyang regained the lead with a goal from Hong Chang-beom in the 10th minute of the second half.
Afterward, the stadium was pelted with heavy rain, and the field became muddy enough to make it difficult to play the ball out of bounds. Chungnam Asan turned the game around with a last-ditch effort.
Chungnam Asan scored the equalizer in the 44th minute when Park Dae-hoon took advantage of an irregular boundary to shoot. Then, in the 45th minute, Park Sung-woo fired a long-range shot from below the halfway line that bounced and went over the keeper’s head and into the goal. It was a thrilling come-from-behind win for Chungnam Asan, which came after the 44th minute.
Jeonnam Dragons defeat Gyeongnam FC (Courtesy of the Korea Professional Football Association)
On the same day, Gyeongnam FC and Jeonnam Dragons met at the Changwon Football Center, with the visitors winning 3-2.
With the three points on the road, Jeonnam is in eighth place with 12 wins, 5 draws, and 12 losses (41 points), while Gyeongnam is in fifth place with 12 wins, 9 draws, and 7 losses (45 points).
Jeonnam took the lead in the 26th minute through Yu Ji-ha, but Gyeongnam equalized in the 36th minute through Mo Jae-hyun.
Jeonnam lost Asnawi in the third minute of the second half when he was sent off for accumulating cautions, but Yoo Ji-ha scored his second goal of the match in the 22nd minute and Lee Yong-jae added a wedge goal in the 50th minute to extend the lead.
Gyeongnam caught up with Mo Jae-hyun with another multi-goal performance, but that was it. Jeonnam ended the match with a win.
The match between Bucheon and Gimpo at Bucheon Sports Complex ended in a scoreless draw. Bucheon and Gimpo, who were in third and fourth place, maintained their positions at 14W7D8L (49 points) and 13W10D6L (49 points), respectively.