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KEB Hana Bank FA Cup Semifinal Draw

KEB Hana Bank FA Cup Semifinal draw
The draw for the 2018 KEB Hana Bank FA Cup Semifinals has been made. All four remaining teams ply their trade in K League 1; four-time winners Suwon Bluewings, three-time winners Jeonnam Dragons, the current holders of the competition, Ulsan Hyundai, as well as Daegu FC who are looking for their first FA Cup crown as the Sky Blues make it to the semis for just the second time in the Club's history.
Three of the four quarter final ties were played on Wednesday 3rd October when Daegu FC eased past National League side Mokpo City with a 2-1 away win, the holders, Ulsan Hyundai, saw off the challenge of Gimhae City by picking up a 2-0 victory of the National League side, whilst Jeonnam Dragons's home fixture with Asan Mugunghwa was decided by a penalty shootout with the Dragons coming out on top in a 4-2 win after the score remained level at 1-1.

Due to Suwon Bluewings' AFC Champions League tie with Jeonbuk Hyundai on the same day, the Bluewings had to wait until Wednesday 17th October before they could host Jeju United. After a 1-1 draw at full time, extra time was needed and with the score level at 2-2 after 120 minutes, the match was decided via a penalty shootout. Suwon came out on top with a 2-1 win with penalties converted by Dejan and Yeom Kihun.

Semifinal Draw

Ulsan Hyundai vs Suwon Bluewings

Jeonnam Dragons vs Daegu FC

The winners of Ulsan vs Suwon will be at home first the first leg of the final whilst the winners of Jeonnam vs Daegu will be at home for the second leg of the final.

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