Rescheduled K League 1 games both end in draws

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Rescheduled K League 1 games both end in draws

Kim Min-jun celebrates with Lukas Hinterseer after scoring Ulsan Hyundai Motor's second goal of the match against Seongnam FC at Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium in Ulsan on Sunday. [NEWS1]

Kim Min-jun celebrates with Lukas Hinterseer after scoring Ulsan Hyundai Motor's second goal of the match against Seongnam FC at Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium in Ulsan on Sunday. [NEWS1]

 
Ulsan Hyundai Motors stayed on top of the K league 1 table for another week after drawing with Seongnam FC on Sunday.
 
Only two rescheduled games — FC Seoul vs. Gwangju FC and Ulsan vs. Seongnam — were played this weekend after five K League 1 fixtures were postponed in early May due to a Covid-19 outbreak. They were rescheduled to take place throughout the ongoing international break in June.
 
Gwangju drew 1-1 against Seoul at home on Saturday. Na Sang-ho from Seoul opened the scoring in the first half but Kim Jong-woo scored an equalizer in the second half. Gwangju is without a win for 11 games and Seoul for eight games.
 
Ulsan and Seongnam ended their game with a 2-2 draw. Lukas Hinterseer and Kim Min-Jun scored Ulsan’s two, while Jamshid Iskanderov and Lee Tae-hee came through for Seongnam.  
 
The next K league 1 fixture sees Seongnam facing Gangwon FC at Tancheon Sports Complex in Seongnam, Gyeonggi on Saturday.
 
BY YUN SO-HYANG   [yun.sohyang@joongang.co.kr]
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