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CSL 2013 Weekend Wrap: All the goals from Round 17 - Wild East Football
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CSL 2013 Weekend Wrap: All the goals from Round 17

Guangzhou R&F 4-1 Hangzhou Greentown

Attendance: 11,025

Dalian Aerbin 3-3 Qingdao Jonoon

Attendance: 13,580

Shanghai Shenhua 2-0 Shanghai Shenxin

Attendance: 12,235

Tianjin Teda 3-1 Liaoning Whowin


Changchun Yatai 2-3 Shandong Luneng

Attendance: 22,135

Guizhou Renhe 0-3 Shanghai East Asia


Beijing Guoan 3-1 Wuhan Zall


Jiangsu Shuntian 1-2 Guangzhou Evergrande

Attendance: 58,792

Attendance total: 197,461
Average: 24,683

UK trained journalist and long-time Chinese football observer Cameron Wilson has been writing about Chinese football for over a decade...



  1. Luor

    16/07/2013 at 19:46

    East Asia’s 3-0 trouncing of Guizhou Renhe – unbeaten at home since the first day of the season, and graced by the top-flight experience of Sun Jihai and Bundesliga-winning Zvjezdan Misimovic et al- was definitely the result of the round.

    In a textbook away performance, East Asia swatted aside a singularly unimpressive Renhe side with ease, and the 3 goal margin didn’t flatter either. Renhe, on the other hand, barely troubled East Asia, with their one-dimensional hoofball yielding the occasional half-chance and nothing more.

    This is a really exciting East Asia side which, despite being a bit dainty at times, has the potential to bloody a few more CSL noses this season. I for one will be very disappointed if we don’t top the CSL Shanghai mini-league this term!

  2. Cameron Wilson

    17/07/2013 at 13:36

    It was an impressive result no doubt. East Asia deserve a lot of plaudits this season and have been a breath of fresh air to both the CSL and the Shanghai football scene in general.

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