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Review: FC Anyang 0-0 Suwon FC

FC Anyang drew 0-0 with Suwon FC on Saturday, a side that hadn't won for six games in a row. Because of Suwon's form, a winless run that started after beating Daejeon at the end of April, FC Anyang were hoping Sunday's game was the best opportunity to exact revenge after a late, late goal defeated Anyang in round one. On that day Anyang scored first through Brazilian striker Jo but the away team came back to win in injury time. Anyang were even awarded a penalty in injury time but failed to convert so Suwon picked up the points. 
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1st half

In the first half FC Anyang pressed hard, hoping that Suwon would make an early mistake. When Kim Jongpil's side were able to steal the ball, they attacked quickly. Also, it seemed that Anyang;s game plan was to be aggressive in front of goal and as they tried to shoot from central positions. But, the accuracy of Anyang's shooting and crossing was not quite good enough and so the score remained 0-0.


1st half formation


2nd half

Immediately after kicking off the second half, Anyang made a substitution and changed the formation. Brazilian striker Jo went off and Cho Sukjae came on then Anyang changed from 4-2-3-1 to 4-4-2.

Anyang still pressed hard like they did in the first half but on 70 minutes, they had problems.  Right-back Yong Jaehyun was given a straight red card for using his elbow. Anyang were eager to win this game and even though they were reduced to 10 men, they still played aggressively in attack

After the red card, the formation transformed into a 4-2-3 with Ahn Sungbin playing at right-back. Fortunately for Anyang, Suwon FC were also reduced to 10 men when Australian centre back Adrian Leijer was given a second yellow card for shirt-pulling when Anyang were trying counter-attack. So, game was balanced with 10 vs 10. But, Anyang seemed to be exhausted and had fewer chances than they did in the first half and so FC Anyang tied. A point means that Anyang are still fourth, Suwon also remain in sixth.


2nd half formation pre-red card





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