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CSL: Guangzhou Evergrande drop more points as Shanghai SIPG win

Oscar's first-half goal was enough for SIPG to hold off Beijing Guoan for a narrow 1-0 away win.
With only five matches remaining in the CSL, can Shanghai SIPG close in on Guangzhou's six-point lead?

Guangzhou Evergrande's lead at the top of the Chinese Super League was reduced again on Friday evening as Luiz Felipe Scolari's side were held to a 2-2 draw by Chongqing Lifan as Shanghai SIPG won again.

Evergrande now lead by four points with four games to play after SIPG handed Beijing Guoan a 1-0 defeat at Workers' Stadium in the capital thanks to a solitary goal from former Chelsea star Oscar.

SIPG have now reduced the deficit between themselves and Evergrande by four points over the last two...

 By Chris Atkins

Teda and Quanjian, Tianjin's two top sides, headed in opposite directions

Brazilian Alexandre Pato is part of a Quanjian side that are becoming a power in Asian football.

With Chinese Super League derby fixtures coming thick and fast at the present time, Tianjin's two top sides Teda and Quanjian go head-to-head this weekend in a battle for three crucial points.

Teda, long established in the CSL, are in a desperate fight against a possible relegation, level on points with bottom-placed Yanbian Fude and one point from safety. Quanjian, on the other hand, have enjoyed a successful first season in the top flight and are on the verge of securing a possible AFC Champions...

Carlos Tevez: Chinese football won't reach the top - 'even in 50 years'

A double from Hulk led Shanghai SIPG's rout of Carlos Tevez's Shanghai Shenhua side.
A double from Hulk led Shanghai SIPG's rout of Carlos Tevez's Shanghai Shenhua side.

Shanghai Shenhua striker Carlos Tevez has launched an attack on the capabilities of Chinese footballers, claiming those playing in the country will not be able to reach the top "even in 50 years."

The Argentine has spent the last nine months in China after joining Shenhua on a lucrative two-year contract from Boca Juniors in January,

"In South America and Europe, players learn to play football when they're kids, but not here," Tevez told SFR Sport. "So technically they are not very good.

"Their...