Jeonbuk beat Bluewings, Pohang take edge
Jeonbuk Motors ensured they will finish the weekend top of the K-League standings after a 3-0 win away to fellow high-fliers Suwon Bluewings on Saturday.
Eninho's first-half penalty and goals in the final quarter of an hour from Lee Sung-hyun and Luiz Henrique took Jeonbuk four points clear of nearest rivals FC Seoul, who are away to Incheon United tomorrow.
Pohang Steelers were 1-0 winners away to Gyeongnam, with Ko Mu-Yeul scoring the only goal in the 71st minute.
Seongnam Chunma came from behind to beat Gwangju FC after trailing to Kim Eun-sun's 16th-minute goal. Everton Santos levelled the score with a penalty on the half-hour mark, while Park Se-Young netted the winner on 77 minutes.
Sangju Sangmu Phoneix's Lee Sung-Jae prevented a clean sweep of away wins across the league today, though, as he equalised in the 81st minute after Daegu FC had led through Song Je-heon's goal on the stroke of half-time.