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All the goals from CSL round 23

Huge games at the top and bottom this round, however no real surprises as the form book is followed fairly strictly – big wins at the bottom for Dalian and Nanchang the most exciting results this time.

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Guangzhou Evergrande 2-0 Shandong Luneng

The Guangzhou juggernaut rolls on and on, $10 million man Dario Conca the architect behind Gao Lin’s opener for the home side.


Jiangsu Sainty 2-2 Tianjin Teda

High scoring game between two sides chasing an ACL spot.


Nanchang 1-0 Shenzhen

The Jiangxi province side come out tops in this vital relegation clash – a fantastic bicycle kick wins the tie.


Dalian Shide 2-1 Henan Construction

Another huge game at the bottom of the table, eight-times Chinese champions Dalian edge it to move a step closer to Chinese Super League safety.


Hangzhou 2-0 Changchun

The proflic Luis Ramirez scores as Hangzhou get back on the rails after a bad run of late.


Shanghai Shenhua 2-1 Shaanxi

Shenhua finally manage to win for the first time in ten games and three months.


Beijing Guoan 0-0 Liaoning

A shocking miss from Emil Martinez means Beijing drop two points at Gongti.


Qingdao 0-0 Chengdu

Chengdu pick up a point on the road but its probably not going to be enough to save them from relegation this year.

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