Hong Kongs rival Hengda never let go wins the prize.

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 Hong Kongs rival Hengda never let go wins the prize.


Shanghai has issued a poster for the match: No land allowed, at 19:35 on November 3 (this Saturday). Shanghai will be visiting Tianhe Sports Center, Guangzhou Hengda Taobaos home stadium in the 28th round of the Chinese Super League. Every moment, every step is solid, every battle, every square inch of land, high mountains and long roads, and every inch of land. No, no. In the poster, the players from Hong Kong and Evergrande compete for every corner of the stadium. They do not give in to each other. They fit in well with the pre-match atmosphere of the match. In the Chinese Super League, Shangkong leads with 2 points and Hengda follows closely. With three rounds to go, who can win this competition is likely to win this years Chinese Super League championship. Earlier, it was reported that Hengda had awarded 20 million winners for the match, and that Hong Kong was unwilling to lag behind. Tens of millions of winners were also awarded. This shows the importance of the game. Source: NetEase sports writer: Damour editor in charge: Xu Song _NS1943

Shanghai has issued a poster for the match: No land allowed, at 19:35 on November 3 (this Saturday). Shanghai will be visiting Tianhe Sports Center, Guangzhou Hengda Taobaos home stadium in the 28th round of the Chinese Super League. Every moment, every step is solid, every battle, every square inch of land, high mountains and long roads, and every inch of land. No, no.

In the poster, the players from Hong Kong and Evergrande compete for every corner of the stadium. They do not give in to each other. They fit in well with the pre-match atmosphere of the match.

In the Chinese Super League, Shangkong leads with 2 points and Hengda follows closely. With three rounds to go, who can win this competition is likely to win this years Chinese Super League championship.

Earlier, it was reported that Hengda had awarded 20 million winners for the match, and that Hong Kong was unwilling to lag behind. Tens of millions of winners were also awarded. This shows the importance of the game.