Jeonbuk had to come from behind to beat Gwangju with two goals from Lee Dong-Gook giving them a two-one win. The thirty-six year-old signed a two year contract extension this week and proved that he still has plenty more to offer Jeonbuk, equalizing in the first half before grabbing a last minute winner that kept the league leaders eleven points clear of Suwon with six games to go. Suwon for their part bounced back from their three-nil defeat to Seoul at the weekend, beating Jeonnam by two goals to nil. Kaio got the opener for the Bluewings just before the break, and Kwon Chang-Hoon netted his eighth goal of the season to put the result beyond doubt. A Kim Seung-Dae goal on sixty minutes gave third placed Pohang a one-nil win over Daejeon, while fourth placed Seongnam beat Seoul by the same scoreline. Ulsan’s mini revival continued with a last minute Kim Shin-Wook goal gave Ulsan a two-one win over Incheon giving them their fourth win in five games. Jeju gave themselves a glimmer of hope of finishing in the top half of the table, their two-nil win over Busan means that they can finish above Incheon if they beat Jeonbuk and Incheon lose to Seongnam in the next match. Daegu claimed top spot in the K-League Challenge with a staggering five-one victory over second-placed Sangju Sangmu, with Johnathan scoring a hat-trick to make it four defeats in four games for the team who have been leading the division for most of the season. Suwon City moved up to third with a two-one win over Chungju, with Seoul Eland falling to fourth despite earning a point with a last minute Tarabai penalty.