Kuala Lumpur: Dramatic late wins dominated the headlines in Korea Republic at the weekend as Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors turned draws into wins in the dying minutes to set the pace after two rounds of fixtures in the K League.
As football slowly begins to emerge from its hiatus in certain countries around the world, two of Japan's Germany-based players were in action on Saturday as the Bundesliga resumed, while the season in Chinese Taipei is now in full flow.
Elsewhere, China PR's women are back in training and Hanoi FC stepped up their preparations for the resumption of the Vietnamese season, while ball juggling and dodgy hairdos also feature in this week's look at the action in East Asia and ASEAN.
Korea Republic: Ulsan and Jeonbuk leave it late
Junior Negrao's 88th-minute goal saw Ulsan Hyundai come from two goals down against Suwon Samsung Bluewings to claim a 3-2 win on Sunday as the 2019 runners-up maintained their perfect start in the 2020 K League season......
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