This week’s Chinese Super League goals round-up is a bit late after an extended holiday weekend in China. However its worth the wait, with some quality goals in this round, and a few moments of controversy as the league table starts to take shape.
A total of 125,875 spectators attended this round’s matches, an average of 15,734 per game.
Tianjin Teda 0-1 Guangzhou Evergrande
Guangzhou grab a late goal in the closing stages to preserve their status as Chinese Super League leaders.
Beijing Guoan 1-0 Shanghai Shenxin
Did it cross the line or not? A controversial goal sees Beijing take all three points, as our man in the north reports.
Dalian Aerbin 1-2 Changchun Yatai
Guangzhou R&F 2-1 Liaoning Whowin
An entertaining affair, as a cracking free-kick see’s R&F keep up their momentum in the leading Chinese Super League pack, as our R&F man reports.
Hangzhou Greentown 1-1 Dalian Shide
Two teams at the wrong end of the table share the points which helps neither team’s plight so far this year.
Jiangsu Sainty 5-1 Henan Construction
A hat-trick and a goal after just 40 seconds are the highlights as the Jiangsu juggernaut flattens its latest victim . Our man in Nanjing has more.
Shanghai Shenhua 0-0 Shandong Luneng
Shenhua continue their unimpressive form in this stalemate, and fail to score at Hongkou for the third game in a row, as our report reveals.
Qingdao Joonon 0-1 Guizhou Renhe
Guizhou grab a valuable away victory with a nice header from a corner to thank for all three points.