Jeju stay top, Seoul second
Jeju United maintained their lead at the top of the K-League with an impressive 3-0 win at the home of Suwon Bluewings today.
Two goals from former Suwon star Bae Ki-Jong helped to inflict a first defeat for coach Yoon Sung-Hyo as Suwon prepare for their Asian Champions League quarter-final first leg against Seongnam Ilhwa on Wednesday.
Bae broke the deadlock seven minutes before the break before grabbing a second nine minutes after the restart. The visitors broke from a Suwon corner and the ball was threaded through to the striker who, once again, made no mistake. Kim Eun-Jung sealed the win in the last minute.
FC Seoul stay second, a point behind the leaders, after a 4-0 demolition of Daegu FC. All the goals came in the second half courtesy of Choi Tae-Wook, Dejan Damjanovic, Jung Jo-Gook and Lee Sung-Ryeol.
Ulsan Horangi moved above Suwon and back into the play-off spots with a 1-0 win at Gyeongnam FC, Colombian striker Carmelo Valencia netting in the first half.
Elsewhere, Daejeon Citizen climbed off the bottom above Daegu with a 2-0 win over Busan I'Park.