A crowd of over 26,000 watched Suwon demolish Seoul in the second half and win the first Seoul-Suwon derby of the Season. Lee Sang-Ho gave Suwon an early lead but Molina’s goal meant that the visitors went into the break level. The second half however was one-way traffic as Yeom Ki-Hun and Lee Sang-Ho scored to put the tie beyond Seoul before two late goals by Jong Tae-Se turned the victory into a comprehensive thrashing. The result leaves Seoul in ninth place while a one-all draw for Ulsan against Incheon means that Suwon leapfrog them into Second place. Leonardo’s fourth goal of the season meant that Jeonbuk maintained their four point cushion at the top of the League while Pohang moved up to fourth place with a two-nil victory at hapless Daejeon. Elsewhere Jeonnam beat Busan two-nil away from home. Also Gwangju and Seongnam played out a goalless draw. The fortunes of the clubs from Seoul and Suwon were mirrored in the K-League challenge where Suwon beat Gyeongnam 2-1 to go top whilst Seoul Eland’s two all draw at Ansan means that they are still looking for their first league win of the season.