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Shanghai SIPG

4 Nov 2017
Chinese Super League runners-up Shanghai SIPG are beaten 3-2 at home by ten-man Jiangsu Suning in their final match of the season.
16 Sep 2017
Hulk insipres Shanghai SIPG to a 6-1 victory over local rivals Shenhua.
9 Jul 2017
Dramatic loss denies Shanghai SIPG top spot.
18 Jun 2017
Players brawl in a Chinese Super League match between Guangzhou R&F and Shanghai SIPG.
2 Apr 2017
Brazilian superstars Hulk and Oscar did their best to inspire Shanghai SIPG to at least a point in their game at champions Guangzhou Evergrande in the Chinese Super League.

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