New Zealand international Chris Killen scored a double as Shenzhen Ruby came from two goals down to record a classic 4-4 draw with Liaoning Hongyun in China.
The 29-year old scored in the 23rd and 71st minutes – his first putting his side 2-1 ahead after teammate Yuan Lin netted in the 4th and then Liaoning’s Yang Yu levelled 17 minutes later.
Yu Hanchao, Yang Xu and Shenzhen’s Yuan Lin (own goal) added three more for Liaoning to make it 4-2 with 20 minutes remaining before Killen grabbed his second and Aleksandar Zivkovic converted a late penalty to give both sides a point.
China international Han Peng scored a double as Shandong Luneng continued their dominance with a 5-2 win over Shanghai Shenhua to officially grab the title in superb fashion.
The 27-year old scored in the 54th and 63rd minutes, adding to Carlos Santos and Zhou Haibin’s first half scores.
Duvier Riascos converted a penalty on the stroke of half-time for the losers before Tao Jin made it 2-2 after Han’s first but Li Wei wrapped up the win in the final minute to extend their lead over the rest of the competition by 13 points.
In other CSL fixtures, Tianjin Teda leapt to second with a 1-0 away win over Henan Jianye with Shanghais loss, Hangzhou Lucheng moved third with a similar result at Qingdao Jonoon whilst Beijing Guoan remained fifth thanks to a second half goal from Australian striker Ryan Griffiths.
A Martin Kamburov brace couldn’t stop Dalian Shide from losing 3-2 at Changchun Yatai, Shaanxi Chanba and Chongqing Lifan played out a 2-2 draw despite a Jose Duarte double for the visitors as Nanchang Bayi and Changsha Ginde played out a scoreless draw, consigning the latter to bottom place on the final day of the 2010 season.