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Modou Barrow scores, assisted in Jeonbuk Motors win in K League 1

Sep 17, 2020, 12:02 PM

South Korean club Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors new-signing Modou Barrow scored the opener and set up Han Kyo-won for the winner as Jeonbuk secured a vital 2-1 win against Ulsan to close the gap at the top of the 2020 South Korean Premier League (K League 1) table to just two points.

The 27-year-old Gambian international has plenty of experience in England, representing the likes of Swansea City, Nottingham Forest, Blackburn Rovers, Leeds United and most recently Reading FC before joining the reigning K League champions in July.

Barrow has since started 9 league games for Jeonbuk, setting his teammates up 3 times and scoring once himself.

This victory ends Jeonbuk 3 game winless runs and kept the team in second place with 45 points – only 2 points behind league leaders Ulsan Hyundai with 47 points after 21 matches.

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