Shanghai Shenxin 0-1 Hangzhou Greentown
The winning ways continued for Okada who seems to have found the right setup for Chinese football as Shenxin suffer a tough home defeat.
Dalian Aerbin 1-1 Jiangsu Sainty
An “only in the Chinese Super League” kind of match, worth watching the highlights and reading our match report. Aerbin keeper Yu Ziqian made a big penalty save and then proceeded to give Jiangsu a goal thanks to a brain fart. However, once again Aerbin get themselves a late penalty that guarantees they walk away with a point.
Guizhou Renhe 3-0 Guangzhou R&F
After a great start to the year, R&F has been struggling lately and things are the exact opposite for Guizhou, who have been steadily climbing up the table over the past few weeks.
Shandong Luneng 2-2 Dalian Shide
Park Dong-Hyuk scores a late equalizer to give Dalian a point and leading to more struggles for Shandong.
Henan Construction 1-0 Shanghai Shenhua
Anelka’s army struggles once again, including a youngster missing a sitter, while the far cheaper Christopher Katongo, a REAL team leader, gets the winner, his fifth goal of the season.
Liaoning Whowin 2-1 Tianjin Teda
A controversial late penalty was awarded to Liaoning and Zhao Junzhe handled it with ease. It was Li Weifeng who was guilty of the foul, one that honestly looked a little soft, but he and the other players wouldn’t let the referee forget it.
Changchun Yatai 0-1 Beijing Guoan
It was a big win for Guoan, who pick up their first away win in 2012 in fine fashion. Read the full report here.
Guangzhou Evergrande 1-0 Qingdao Jonoon
Guangzhou dominated the match, but struggled to break through the Qingdao defense. It was a Gao Lin header off a free kick that finally secured three points for Marcello Lippi in his Chinese Super League debut.