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Doosan Bears beat Kiwoom Heroes in second game of best-of-seven Korean Series Updated: 2019-10-24 10:06:25 KST

It's the first time in KBO history that two Seoul-based teams are competing for the championship title.
Despite the chilly late autumn breeze, the atmosphere was charged at the Jamsil baseball stadium on Wednesday night as fans of the Heroes and Bears cheered on their respective teams.

"The 25-thousand seat Jamsil baseball stadium was completely sold out for the Korean series game 2 between the Doosan bears and the Kiwoom heroes."

Even two hours prior to the the game, hundreds of fans clad in their teams' kit were filing into the stadium.

"I always cheer for the Doosan Bears.
This year our team made a miracle in countries, we’ll make a miracle one more time in this year. Yeah. Go Bears "

"I stayed up all night because of work, but I came with my friend to support the Kiwoom Heroes. I believe Kiwoom will win game 2 even though it lost game 1. Go Kiwoom Heroes "

However, in the end, the Bears defeated the Heroes 6-to-5 to take a 2-0 lead in the Korean Series.
The Bears scored 3 runs at the bottom of the ninth inning to complete a heroic comeback with Park Kun-woo delivering the game-winning single against Han Hyun-hee.
The previous night, the Bears edged out the Heroes 7 to 6 in Game 1 at Jamsil Stadium.
The Korean Series now moves to the Heroes' home, the Gocheok Sky Dome, for Game 3 on Friday.
Eum Ji-young Arirang News.
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