Another great weekend of football in the books. Guangzhou Evergrande continued their league home streak going 12 matches without a loss, Hangzhou scored their first goal of the season (and get their first win), 19 year old Pei Shuai scored a beautiful goal, Henan lost their third straight, and there was a total of 26 goals. Overall average attendance for the round was 16,400.
Shanghai Shenxin 0 – 0 Guizhou Renhe
The derby of the two teams that moved in the offseason was a ho hum affair, a boring 0-0 draw and fans failing to make the trip to Jinshan.
Liaoning Whowin 3 – 3 Changchun Yatai
The Dongbei derby wasn’t short on goals, for a full report, check out our View From the Northeast.
Dalian Shide 2 – 1 Qingdao Jonoon
Zheng Long opens the scoring for Qingdao, but a brace by Martin Kamburov leads Dalian to victory over the club from down the coast.
Shandong Luneng 3 – 3 Dalian Aerbin
With five goals in the first 15 minutes, including Yu Dabao’s first for Aerbin, this was an exciting match from the start, with Aerbin leading 3-2, Obina found an equalizer in the second half to give both teams a point.
Shanghai Shenhua 1 – 0 Guangzhou Fuli
Second half substitutions Cao Yunding and Feng Renliang changed the dimensions of the match with Cao scoring a pretty goal to give Shenhua their first win in the new season. Read more here.
Hangzhou Greentown 1 – 0 Beijing Guoan
Tianjin Taida 0 – Jiangsu Sainty
Tianjin’s scoring woes continue, though they are able to hold a tough Jiangsu side scoreless in this Sunday night fixture. Read more from the Jiangsu perspective here.
Guangzhou Evergrande 3 – 0 Henan Construction
Guangzhou get back on track, cruising to an easy 3-0 win with Sven Goren Eriksson watching from the stands.