Tianjin Tigers played Shanghai Shenhua at the Super League of China on July 22. The match kicked off 08:30 UTC. Shanghai Shenhua won 1-3.
Adrian Mierzejewski scored the first goal on the 4th minute of the game followed by goals from Kim Shin-Wook, Yingjie Zhao and Yu Hanchao, who made the final score 1-3.
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Tianjin Tigers (also known as Tianjin Teda) and Shanghai Shenhua (commonly referred to as Shanghai Sh. or SHANGHAI SHENHUA FC) are football clubs from China and they are playing this match of Super League on Thursday. Make sure to follow it live here on ScoreBat.
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Tianjin Tigers kicked off the game with Teng Shangkun, Zhou Tong who got substituted by Jules Iloki on the 53rd minute, Tamas Kadar, Li Songyi, Gao Jiarun, Qian Yumiao, Yuanjie Su who got substituted by Li Haoran on the 72nd minute, Yingjie Zhao, Cong Zhen who got substituted by Chen Kerui on the 53rd minute, Xie Weijun who got substituted by Magno Cruz on the 53rd minute and Ba Dun who got substituted by Yan Shi on the 85th minute as starters, with Fang Jingqi, Wang Jianan, Tianyi Qiu, Bai Yuefeng, Magno Cruz, Li Haoran, Jules Iloki, Chen Kerui, Taoyu Piao, Yang Wanshun, Song Yue and Yan Shi on the bench.
Shanghai Shenhua's starting eleven were Li Shuai, Zhang Lu who got substituted by Wen Jiabao on the 69th minute, Matej Jonjic, Zhu Chenjie, Zhao Mingjian, Christian Bassogog who got substituted by Giovanni Moreno on the 63rd minute, Wu Xi, Adrian Mierzejewski who got substituted by Zhu Baojie on the 70th minute, Yunding Cao, Kim Shin-Wook who got substituted by Sun Shilin on the 70th minute and Bi Jinhao who got substituted by Yu Hanchao on the 64th minute, with Zhen Ma, Aidi Fulangxisi, Wen Jiabao, Denny Wang, Feng Xiaoting, Li Yunqiu, Zhu Baojie, Yu Hanchao, Giovanni Moreno, Qin Sheng, Sun Shilin and Haijian Wang on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card 5 times throughout the game. Cong Zhen, Matej Jonjic, Wen Jiabao, Yingjie Zhao and Qian Yumiao were the ones to receive it.
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Tianjin Tigers and Shanghai Shenhua have met 5 times since July 2018. Tianjin Tigers have won once, 1 match ended in a draw while Shanghai Shenhua have won 3 times. The most recent match between them took place on September 15, 2019 at the Super League of China where Tianjin Tigers won 0-3. Tianjin Tigers have scored 7 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total while Shanghai Shenhua have scored 9. So, overall, Shanghai Shenhua have a better head-to-head record against Tianjin Tigers in their recent history.
Tianjin Tigers have won 1 of their 8 matches in Super League, drawing 2 and having 5 defeats this season. They have scored 5 goals - 0.63 per match, conceding 16 - 2.00 per match. Shanghai Shenhua have won 4 of their 8 matches in Super League, drawing 3 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 13 goals - 1.63 per match, conceding 8 - 1.00 per match.
Tianjin Tigers have played a draw with Beijing Guoan in their previous match while Shanghai Shenhua have won Dalian Pro in their previous match. Overall, Tianjin Tigers have won 5 of their last 20 matches, losing 8 and drawing 7, while Shanghai Shenhua have won 10 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 4. In their most recent 6 matches Tianjin Tigers have won once (2-1 against Wuhan FC on 17th of May), lost 3 times (1-0 against Dalian Pro on 11th of May, 0-1 against Hebei CFFC on 5th of May and 1-6 against Shanghai Port on 22nd of April) and drew twice (0-0 against Beijing Guoan on 19th of July and 0-0 against Changchun Yatai on 29th of April). In their most recent 6 matches Shanghai Shenhua have won 3 times (3-2 against Dalian Pro on 19th of July, 1-3 against Wuhan FC on 29th of April and 2-1 against Beijing Guoan on 23rd of April), lost once (1-0 against Changchun Yatai on 17th of May) and drew twice (1-1 against Hebei CFFC on 10th of May and 1-1 against Shanghai Port on 5th of May).
As always, China Super League's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Tianjin Tigers are 15th in the table with 5 points after 8 matches, while Shanghai Shenhua are 11th with 15 points in 8 matches.
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