#SouthKoreaKLeague2 Jeju Utd v Daejeon Hana Citizen #Soccer
🇰🇷 #KLeague2 │ 3ª Rodada Jeju United 2x3 Daejeon Ansan Greeners 0x2 Bucheon Anyang 2x3 Gyeongnam Chungnam Asan 0x5 Suwon FC Seoul E-Land 0x0 Jeonnam Dragons
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