This weekend’s Supermatch between Suwon Bluewings and FC Seoul ended with the visitors exacting revenge for their five-one humiliation earlier in the season. Adriano opened the scoring from the penalty spot and added a second on forty minutes to put FC Seoul two-nil up before Cha Du-Ri added a third to give Seoul a three-nil win over their bitter rivals. The result gave Jeonbuk the chance to extend their lead at the top, which they took with a comfortable three-one win over bottom club Daejeon. Jeonnam’s poor form continued as they threw away a two-nil lead to end up losing three-two against a resurgent Ulsan. Stevica Ristic scored twice for the visitors before Kim Shin-Wook got a goal back for Ulsan. In the second half, Masuda equalized before Kim Shin-Wook gave Ulsan the lead on sixty-five minutes with his thirteenth goal of the campaign. The win, Ulsan’s third in four games, pulls them up to ninth while Jeonnam, who started the season so well, look likely to be in the bottom half of the table when the league splits for the final five games. Hwang Ui-Jo kept up his goal scoring form, netting the opener in a two-one win for Seongnam against Gwangju. A Son Joon-Ho penalty gave Pohang all three points away at Jeju United, while Incheon maintained their claim on a top-half spot with a two-one win over Busan. In the K-League Challenge, Seoul Eland blew the title race wide open with a one-nil win over Sangju Sangmu. The result, coupled with Daegu’s victory at Anyang, means that both Sangju and Daegu are level at the top with fifty-two points, with Eland and Suwon City both just four points behind on forty-eight points. Daegu play Sangju on Wednesday and will go top with a win.