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KLU Pod | Five Things From Round 1


With the K League now officially underway for 2022 campaign, this week's podcast sees host Ryan Walters speak with K League TV commentator Alex Jensen and K League Brazil's Khaleby Gomes take a look at the opening weekend and give their key takeaways from the action.
K League is finally back and the weekend brought goals, shocks and a surprising number of clean sheets. In K League 2, newcomers Gimpo FC kicked off their first game with a win against recently relegated Gwangju FC while Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors stretched their unbeaten opening day streak to 11 seasons.

Elsewhere in K League 1 Suwon Samsung Bluewings fell to Incheon United after being reduced to ten men early on, while FC Seoul got off to an uncharacteristically winning start, seeing off last seasons third-placed finishers Daegu FC. Sunday's top flight action also saw Gangwon see off Seongnam, Pohang overthrow Jeju and newly-promoted Gimcheon Sangmu, reduced to ten men, hold Ulsan Hyundai.

K League 2 also saw wins for FC Anyang, Seoul E-Land while Busan drew with Ansan Greeners and Bucheon ended goalless with Chungnam Asan.


Guests Alex and Khaelby comb through the action to give their five biggest takeaways from the opening round.


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