Connect with us

Chinese Super League

Second win on the trot as Shenhua beat Henan 2-1 away

Shanghai Shenhua put behind them the dissapointment of losing to Sydney in the last minute of their ACL clash last week with a solid 2-1 win away to Henan yesterday. Luis Salmeron scored a penalty for his fourth goal of the season, and Columbian fullback Juan Camilo Angulo got his first goal for the club.

Henan pulled one back after a questionable penalty but it wasn’t enough to deny Shenhua their second Chinese Super League victory in a row. Check out the match report on ESPN.

The win sets Shenhua up nicely as they prepare welcome Shandong Luneng to Hongkou stadium next Friday evening at 19.45 for the first big game of the season.

UK trained journalist and long-time Chinese football observer Cameron Wilson has been writing about Chinese football for over a decade...

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. ShiningPath

    26/04/2011 at 00:44

    Is it certain Shenhua will get a points deduction this year for the 2003 ref buying case?
    ICS channel said they would.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

More in Chinese Super League