Chungnam Asan and Gimpo FC played out a hard-fought draw in the K League 2.

Chungnam Asan drew 3-3 away to Gimpo in the 21st round of the Hana Bank K League 2 2024 at the Gimpo Salt Soccer Field at 7 p.m. on June 6.

Chungnam Asan, who had been unbeaten in their last five matches (four wins and one draw), extended their unbeaten record to six matches with the draw. However, their winning streak was halted at three games.

With one more point, third-place Chungnam Asan (31 points) continues to chase second-place Jeonnam Dragons, 토토사이트 순위 who have played two games less.

Gimpo, who had been on the upswing with two wins and two draws in their last four matches, drew the match in dramatic fashion to extend their unbeaten streak to five matches.

Gimpo (30 points) also gained a point to remain in fourth place.

Chungnam Asan took the early lead. In the 24th minute, Lee Hak-min opened the scoring with a strong right-footed strike on a loose ball in a chaotic situation in front of the goal.

In the 30th minute, Park Dae-hoon added another goal, this time beating two Gimpo defenders on his own.

Gimpo fought back. In the 46th minute, Chungnam Asan goalkeeper Shin Song-hoon hit Bournot in the head while handling an aerial ball and a penalty kick (PK) was awarded. Lewis stepped up to take the spot kick and scored the equalizer with a neat right-footed shot.

After going into halftime down, Gimpo pushed harder on offense, but the goal came from Chungnam Asan.

In the 27th minute of the second half, Juningyo neatly converted a PK from Jose Bruno to extend the lead.

Gimpo didn’t back down. In the 34th minute, Plana received a ball from Luis and turned and shot the ball into the back of the net.

In the final minute of the match, Jeong Jung-chul, who was in front of the goal, caught a pass from Lewis and struck it with his right foot to score a dramatic equalizer in the 45th minute.

In the end, Chungnam Asan had to settle for a hard-fought draw with Gimpo and a share of the points.

On the same day, Bucheon FC 1995 and Busan I-Park tied 2-2 at 7:30 p.m. at Busan Gudeok Stadium.

With the draw, Bucheon (25 points) and Busan (23 points) added one point each to their respective standings in seventh and ninth place.

Bucheon took the lead early in the match. In the fifth minute, Lupeta intercepted a passing mistake by Busan and rattled the net with a shot that rattled the post.

Busan responded in the 27th minute when Pesin beat two defenders and sent in a cross that was headed home by Lee Jun-ho.

Busan had to settle for the 1-1 score despite having 69% of the first half possession.

In the second half, Busan continued to threaten, but were frustrated by goalkeeper saves and hitting the post.

Bucheon regained the lead in the 16th minute of the second half through Park Homin’s goal.

However, Busan equalized again in the 32nd minute when Kwon Sung-yoon slotted home a ball that had crossed in front of the goal while falling down, and the match ended in a draw.

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