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Busan IPark look to continue dominance over FC Anyang


Busan IPark travel to Anyang on Sunday afternoon aiming to keep up an impressive record against the Purples. Anyang have only beaten Busan twice in 17 attempts, but they may fancy their chances against a Busan side that have had a mixed start to the season.


Match Overview

FC Anyang (8th) vs Busan IPark (5th) 
K League 2, Round 6 
Sunday, 11th April - 16:00 KST

 

Recent Form

FC Anyang got off to a flying start to 2021 with a surprise win over Gyeongnam FC, but they have failed to win any of their four games since. Last weekend they travelled to Gimcheon Sangmu and picked up a point in a 0-0 draw, taking them to five points from as many games. 

Busan IPark have also had a mixed start to the campaign, having been thrashed twice (by Seoul E-Land and Chungnam Asan) but also picking up impressive victories over Daejeon Hana Citizen and Gimcheon. Last time out, Busan went behind at home to Ansan Greeners but fought back in the second half to secure a point in a 1-1 draw.

Who to Watch

Shim Dong-woon 


Former Pohang Steelers forward Shim is a small but speedy attacker who could turn out to be one of the best signings of the K League winter transfer window. This is Shim's first season in the second division, having spent his entire career with Jeonnam Dragons, Pohang, and Gimcheon Sangmu in the top tier. Although he has only reached double figures for goals once in his career (for Pohang in 2016), Shim has the speed and hunger for goals to repeat the feat this season. 

After five games, Shim has one goal, scored on his debut against Gyeongnam. He has also taken more shots than any other player in the division (19, averaging almost four shots per game), and Busan will have to be wary of Anyang's liveliest attacker.


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