Goal given - but does ball cross the line? Ulsan Hyundai 3-2 Kashiwa Reysol





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Published on May 30, 2012

An entertaining AFC Champions League match saw Ulsan Hundai of South Korea knock Japanese opponents Kashiwa Reysol out of the tournament and proceed to the quarter-finals.

Shin Wook Kim got on the end of Keun-ho Lee's cross to put Ulsan ahead. But Kashiwa were level when a huge throw from Tatsuya Mashushima found Brazilian midfielder Leandro Domingues who headed home from close range
Ulsan restored their lead just minutes later - Noaya Kondo putting the ball past his own goalkeeper, although Kashiwa were adamant the ball hadn't crossed the line.

And the Korean side went 3-1 ahead - Keun-ho Lee turning from supplier to scorer as he volleyed past Takanori Sugeno. Kashiwa Reysol got a late goal back from Junya Tanaka but it was too little to late for the visitors.

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