Matt McKay has continued to push his claims for a Qantas Socceroos recall, scoring a last-gasp winner to help strengthen Busan IPark’s hold on fifth place in Korea’s K-League.
Matt McKay has continued to push his claims for a Qantas Socceroos recall, scoring a last-gasp winner to help strengthen Busan IPark-s hold on fifth place in Korea-s K-League.
The man who looms as a potential solution to Holger Osieck-s problems on the left-side of the Socceroos- defence won it in the final minute with his strike lifting the side to a 2-1 victory over Gangwon.
It was a good day for Korean-based Aussies, with Brendan Hamill playing the full match for struggling Seongnam, who secured a 3-0 win over lowly Sangju, while Adrian Madaschi-s Jeju United held Alex Wilkinson-s Jeonbuk Motors to a 3-3 draw, but the former Central Coast Mariners skipper never left the bench.
Another former A-Leaguer, in Alex Terra was also on target, netting in the 33rd minute as daejon Citizen moved out of the drop zone, with a 2-1 victory over Gwangju FC.
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