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K-League leaders Jeonbuck Motors fell to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Busan I'Park on Wednesday, while FC Seoul took a 4-2 victory over Jeju United.
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The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 Canada broke more records for television audiences in key markets across the world during the Round of 16 matches.
It was not Kim Jungmi’s day on Sunday. First, the Korea Republic goalkeeper was on the wrong end of a team-mate’s elbow when attempting to clear a French corner-kick, an accidental clash that had her feeling decidedly groggy for a few minutes.
Kim Sooyun spoke to FIFA.com after rather fortuitously scoring the historic goal that saw Korea Republic through to the FIFA Women's World Cup knockout stages for the first time.
Guam and the Philippines continued their fairytale starts to Asian Zone qualifying on Matchday 2, while Japan and Iran were held to unforeseen draws and two teams recorded 6-0 wins.
The Bayer Leverkusen star inspired the Asian Cup finalists to victory with a goal and an assist in Tuesday's clash in Bangkok