[Match #] Result (Attendance)
 Pyeongtaek 4:3 Busan (452)
 Pyeongchang 0:6 Siheung (131)
 Buyeo 4:1 Seoul United (48)
 Uijeongbu 7:1 Goyang (187)
Siheung closes to within a point of Seoul Jungnang at the top of the standings, Uijeongbu reach 6th in the standings following their fourth win of the season, Pyeongtaek were 12 shy of having the highest attendance in the entire K3 this weekend (really?), and you could hear the crickets chirp their satisfaction in Buyeo.
I attended the Uijeongbu-Goyang match and it was mostly one-way traffic in the first half. Uijeongbu was up 2:0 in the opening ten minutes and kept going from there, finishing the half at 6:1. Goyang looked like they preferred a 4-5-1 formation and sat deep waiting for Uijeongbu to attack. Goyang wasn't even that adventurous on free kicks -- they received one not too far outside the box and their set-up was to have one player over the ball and a second player way out on the wing; everyone else stayed back in the Goyang half. No surprise that nothing came of it.
Goyang's solitary goal came from a long-range strike that the Uijeongbu keeper blocked with his chest; the rebound shot too far away for him to reach before it was bundled in by the same player who took the initial shot. Goyang started putting bodies forward in the second half and looked like they might score on a couple of occasions. Wellington (#38) was by far their best player and was involved in anything good the team did. Uijeongbu brought on Thai midfielder Thamanoon Salee for the final 12 minutes but he only got a few touches before the match ended.
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