I saw a piece of news today. Someone said that a certain team in the top four of the Chinese Super League wanted to sell foreign aid to the national team in the next transfer period, and then called the team "violating sportsmanship", but turned it over. The author of this remark reported a certain northern team throughout the year, remembering that there was a Chinese Super League match against Liaoning in the 2013 season. At that time, the team was fined -6 points for counterfeiting and it was very difficult to start relegation. In the end, Liaoning unexpectedly dispatched all teams. Huaban, and the team won a 3-1 win on foreign aid to get a life-saving 3 points. In the few days before that, the Liaoning team used all foreign aid to play 5 goals in the FA Cup match, beating them in the Chinese class. At that time, public opinion classified this Super League ball as a "tacit ball, against sports ethics", but the team's fans and the media set the game as a "reasonable use rule"...it is a matter of fact, not against people.