It was a wet and wild weekend, Shanghai earning their first win in weeks in Dalian, multiple red cards and a late minute equalizer in Guizhou, and the Guangzhou sides changing positions at the top of the table.
Dalian Shide 0-1 Shanghai Shenhua
A late winner from Feng Renliang provided Shenhua with a much needed victory as Dalian’s struggles continue. View our Shenhua reporter’s match report.
Henan Construction 1-0 Qingdao Jonoon
The hosts get one from Netto in the second half and it’s enough to secure them three points.
Guizhou Renhe 2-2 Dalian Aerbin
It was a wild match in southwest China, the hosts finished the match two men down, one being Sun Jihai who played a part in both of Guizhou’s goals but was later sent off. For their part, the visitors finished with 10 men on the pitch, but came away with a point after two second half goals, including one on the last kick of the match.
Shandong Luneng 2-1 Guangzhou R&F
Antar and Macena score two in quick succession midway through the first half and all R&F could muster was an 82nd minute goal that was too little, too late as they go down in Jinan.
Liaoning Whowin 0-0 Beijing Guoan
Not the best match in Shenyang, the hosts came closest, but neither could find the net. For our full report, go here.
Shanghai Shenxin 0-1 Jiangsu Sainty
Sainty continue their winning ways, this time taking all three points on the road for the first time this season, here’s the full story from our resident Jiangsu fan.
Guangzhou Evergrande 4-0 Changchun Yatai
It was Evergrande’s triple headed foreign beast which pretty much won the match on their own, Conca a second half substitute scoring two goals sandwiched between goals by Cleo and Muriqui.
Tianjin Teda 2-0 Hangzhou Greentown
Tianjin earns its second win in a row, this time Wang Xinxin found space and scored off a nice shot in the first half before Sjoerd Ars put the match out of reach in the second half.