All eyes might have been on Jose Mourinho this week but his Chelsea side weren't the only champions to be on the wrong end of a three-nil defeat. K-League leaders Jeonbuk suffered a similar fate as the team from West London as they went down three-nil away at Pohang. Choi Jae-Soo opened the scoring for the home side before substitutes Kim Seung-Dae and Kim Dae-Ho put the result beyond doubt in the closing minutes. Suwon nearly blew their chance to close the gap on Jeonbuk, finding themselves two-nil down midway through the first half before goals from Lee Sang-Ho, Kwon Chang-Hoon, and a brace from Cho Chan-Ho gave them a four-two victory over Jeju United. Seongnam moved up to fourth place in the table with a two-nil win over bottom club Daejeon. Hwang Ui-Jo’s two goals in that game brings his total for the season to ten, one behind former Jeonbuk striker Edu. A two-goal lead and a man advantage from the eighteenth minute onwards were not enough for Busan to gain a vital win in their relegation six-pointer against Ulsan, with goals from Kovacec and Yang Dong-Hyun cancelling out Wesley’s two first half strikes for the home side. Super-sub Jin Sung-Wook scored twice in the second half to give Incheon a two-nil win over Jeonnam. In the K-League Challenge, Seoul Eland surrendered a one-nil half-time lead to lose three-one against Bucheon, and a ninety-eighth minute equalizer earned third-placed Daegu a point in a dramatic three-all draw against Goyang.