Beijing Guoan sacked Portuguese mentor Jose Gonzalez after the previous Chinese Super League champions lost for the fifth time in 12 recreations, a 1-0 overcome because of Chongqing Lifan on Friday.
Wu Qing scored six minutes into the amusement as Beijing proceeded with a run that has seen them drop to seventh in the standings and 13 focuses behind pioneers Guangzhou Evergrande, who confront Yanbian Funde on Saturday evening.
“Beijing Guoan’s club board has chosen that, starting at 2 June 2017, Mr. Jose Gonzalez will at no time in the future serve the club as head mentor,” the announcement read. “The Chinese instructing group will assume control over his obligations regarding the occasion.
“At this moment our group is in an extremely troublesome circumstance, yet we are sure we can bring it back on track in a brief timeframe. We value the comprehension and support from the press and fans.”
Gonzalez, who controlled Granada far from assignment in the second 50% of the 2015-16 Liga season, assumed control toward the begin of the year having already worked at the club as a right hand to previous head mentor Gregorio Manzano.
In other activity on Friday, Guangzhou R&F’s battles proceeded as Dragan Stojkovic’s side surrendered a damage time equalizer from Cameroon’s Christian Bassogog after Renatinho hoped to have given the guests their first alliance win in six diversions.
Tianjin Teda, then, had a support from Brown Ideye to thank for their 2-1 prevail upon Shanghai Shenhua, who led the pack through Obafemi Martins before Brown struck in 36th moment to level the scores.
Shenhua’s Li Peng was sent off in the 78th moment for two bookable offenses and, in the last moment of ordinary time, Brown struck again to give Tianjin a genuinely necessary win.