Steelers slip, Sangmu stay third
Pohang Steelers went to the top of the K-League, despite letting a two-goal lead slip at home to Daegu FC to draw 2-2.
Kim Jae-Sung put Pohang ahead after just six minutes and 12 minutes later, Kim Ki-Dong added a second to give the Steelers a scent of victory.
However, Daegu hit back with two goals in eight minutes before the break, with An Sung-Min closing the gap and Thiago Quirino equalising.
Pohang coach Hwang Sun-Hong said: "We controlled the game but lost concentration at crucial times and it is frustrating to lose a two-goal lead.
"In the second half we did all we could to score but we just didn't have any luck in front of goal."
Jeonbuk Motors can return to the summit with a win tomorrow.
Sangju Sangmu stayed third with a goalless draw at home to bottom-club Gangwon FC, while Ulsan Horang-I won 1-0 at Chunnam Dragons with Kang Min-Soo scoring the only goal of the game after 13 minutes.
Elsewhere, Busan I'Park drew 1-1 at home to Gwangju FC - with Lim Sang-Hyub getting the goal for the hosts before Jaoa Paolo bagged a late equaliser.