Busan Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

Busan 0 - 2 Gangwon #KLeague1  [ 27-09-2020 ] All Goals
Busan 0 - 2 Gangwon #KLeague1 [ 27-09-2020 ] All Goals

SOUTH KOREA: K League 1 - Relegation Group - Round 23 Goal scored by : Moo-Yeol Ko 52' ( Gangwon ) Young-Jae Lee 89' ( Gangwon ) #Busan ...

[하나원큐 K리그1] 23R 부산 vs 강원 하이라이트 | Busan vs Gangwon Highlights (20.09.27)
[하나원큐 K리그1] 23R 부산 vs 강원 하이라이트 | Busan vs Gangwon Highlights (20.09.27)

[하나원큐 K리그1] 23R 부산 vs 강원 하이라이트 | Busan vs Gangwon Highlights (20.09.27) #부산 #강원 #Busan #Gangwon #K리그 #KLEAGUE #BUSGAN *본 ...

#KLeagueSurvivor
Big day for our final two survivors.
@tpbarnes86 has picked Pohang at home to Gwangju
@Daegu_freak has backed Gangwon at Busan.

Remember, they only have to avoid defeat to survive.
#KLeague

#KLeagueSurvivor Big day for our final two survivors. @tpbarnes86 has picked Pohang at home to Gwangju @Daegu_freak has backed Gangwon at Busan. Remember, they only have to avoid defeat to survive. #KLeague

South Korea K League 1st Half 1AM Busan VS Gangwon Risk on OVER 1 (-120)

🇰🇷 Busan I Park - Gangwon FC o2.5 (-132)

Bien le bonjour aux matinaux ! Grosse value sur Dong-Jun Lee buteur à 4.00 dans le match Busan - Gangwon à 7h ! Bonne fin de nuit 😘

Gangwon has seen the road team win 5 straight matches. Gangwon is the road team and the favorite, given a 42% chance to beat Busan I Park #KLeague

Arxondas added a bet 'Busan I. Park - Gangwon FC' with odds and prediction 1.88 for Over, stake - 10/10

Arxondas added a bet 'Busan I. Park - Gangwon FC' with odds and prediction 2.40 for Gangwon FC, stake - 10/10


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