Ulsan’s title challenge suffered a heavy blow as they lost at home to Jeonbuk who stretched their lead at the top. All the goals came in an action packed five second half minutes. Lee Dong-gook opened the scoring with a penalty on 64 minutes before Ulsan equalised immediately through Masuda. Two minutes later Edu grabbed the winner with his sixth goal of the campaign. Suwon maintained their title hopes, two second half goals were enough to win at the Guus Hiddink stadium in Gwangju. Wins for Incheon and Seoul mean that the K-League table has tightened up considerably with only two points separating fourth placed Ulsan from tenth placed Seoul. Daejeon’s goalless draw with Cheonnam Dragons mean that they are still cut adrift at the bottom of the league, and things wob’t get any easier for them next week when they travel to league leaders Jeonbuk. Two injury time goals for Seongnam mean that they come away from Pohang with a point. Son Joon-Ho and Hwang Ji-Su gave Pohang a two goal lead which they must have thought was enough, but goals from Jorginho and Ricardo Bueno right at the end meant that the match finished 2-2, giving Seongnam their fifth league draw in a row. In the K-League challenge Daegu beat Sangmu Sangju 2-0 to go clear at the top. Suwon city move into second place with a 2-0 over Goyang. Two late goals for Seoul Eland gave them a 3-2 victory over Gyeongnam, the result moves them up to fifth.