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CSL Wrap: Hangzhou win as Guangzhou Evergrande stay top

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 12 May 2013

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Wang Song continued his hot scoring streak with a double in Hangzhou’s 2-1 Chinese Super League win over Shanghai SIPG on Sunday.

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The midfielder has now
scored four goals in as many matches for Hangzhou, who are unbeaten in their
last three games.

The 29-year-old’s
initial involvement in the club’s latest success came from the penalty spot, as
he netted from 12 yards on the stroke of half-time.

Shanghai SIPG – who
lost 2-1 to rivals Shanghai Shenhua last week – managed to create an equaliser
with 18 minutes remaining though, making the home fans at the Yellow Dragon
Sports Center nervous.

Li Yunqiu got them
back level, setting up an exciting end to the match, but Song ensured his side
would take all three points when he netted the winner with nine minutes left as
the seventh-placed Hangzhou continued their impressive form.

Sunday’s other match
saw Guizhou Renhe claim a 1-0 win at strugglers Changchun Yatai.

Guizhou entered the
match on the back of a six-game unbeaten streak in all competitions and
although they left it late, Lei Gong’s side claimed another victory.

Chinese Taipei
international Chen Xavier got the winner with just three minutes to play, his
first goal for the club since joining from Mechelen in the off-season.

Earlier in the round,
Guangzhou Evergrande had kept up their charge at the top of the table with a
comfortable 3-0 win over
Shanghai Shenhua on Friday.

Two
goals from Lin Gao and one from Linpeng
Zhang ensured that the visitors
maintained their unbeaten start to the season
.

The result saw them
retain a gap at the top of the table, while there were also victories for
Liaoning Whowin, Shanghai Shenxin and Guangzhou R and F.

Jiangsu Sainty came from behind to claim a 1-1 draw
with Tianjin Teda as
Carmelo Valencia’s own goal after 56 minutes ensured the points were shared.

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