The sixth round of the Chinese League B begins to compete for the U20 national football team to end three rounds of invincibility
Source: China Sports News
Author: Ma Yiou
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On June 9th, the sixth round of the 2021 Chinese League B began. The U20 national football team defeated the Shaanxi warriors 1-0, ending three rounds of invincibility.
After the start of the season, the U20 national football team has gained two consecutive victories, but the results have declined in the last three rounds with 2 draws and 1 loss. In this round, the U20 national football team failed to make any gains in the first half against the Shaanxi warriors who ranked low in the competition. The deadlock on the field was not broken until the 89th minute, and Duan Dezhi’s goal helped the U20 national football team win 1-0.
In a game in the Yancheng Division, the top ranked Qingdao Manatee played against the third ranked Hebei Choao. In this game, the two teams’ starting lineups each have a former international, namely Qingdao Manatee’s Jiang Ning and Hebei Zhuoao’s Wang Xiaolong. In the first half, the two sides battled 0 to 0. In the 62nd minute, Hebei Zhuoao won a free kick in the frontcourt and Liu Wenqing scored a header to rewrite the score to 1-0. The lagging Qingdao Manatees stepped up their offensive, and Zhang Fengyu equalized the score in the 89th minute. The two teams finally fought 1-1.
At present, the U20 national football team has 11 points with the Qingdao Manatee team, which ranks the top of the division, but Wuxi Wugou, who is one game short, has only one point.
In the Qiannan Division, Hebei Kungfu defeated Shaoxing Keqiao 1-0 with Zhang Hao’s score in the first half. In the confrontation between Caoshangfei and Dandong Tengyue in Inner Mongolia, Wang Mian and Qu Yadong scored a goal for Dandong Tengyue in the first and second half, helping the team to beat their opponents 2-1, reaping their first victory this season.
In the sixth round of the Luxi Division, the first two games were not divided. Qingdao Red Lions and Xiamen Ludao battled 1-1, Yanbian Longding drew 0-0 with Sichuan National Football Team. (Reposted from the 04 edition of China Sports Daily on June 10)