Jeonbuk go top on goal difference

Jeonbuk Motors posted a 3-0 win over Gwanju FC to sit at the top of the K-League on goal difference.

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An 11th-minute penalty from Eninho got the ball rolling for the visitors, with Lee Dong-gook (55) and Lee Sung-hyun (64) adding further goals in the second half.

Suwon Bluewings are second in the standings following a 3-2 victory over Chunnum Dragons.

Lee Yong-rae (15) and Everton (40) gave Suwon a half-time lead before Kim Shin-young pulled a goal back for Chunnam after 55 minutes.

Stevica Ristic restored the home side's two-goal advantage a minute later, and although Robert Cornthwaite replied once more for Chunnam, they were unable to find an equaliser.

Jeju United consolidated fourth place with a 5-2 rout of Busan I'park.

Jair and Junior Santos scored two goals each for the hosts with Seo Dong-hyun also on the scoresheet. Han Ji-ho and Yoon Dong-min found the target for Busan.

Gangwon FC remain at the foot of the table following a 3-0 defeat at home to Gyeongnam. Kang Seung-jo, Yun Ii-rok and Rocha Caique were the scorers for the visitors.

Goals from Luis Maranhao, Akihiro Ienaga and Choi Jae-soo earned Ulsan Hyundai a 3-1 win over Pohang Steelers, who replied through Noh Byung-joon.

Daejon Citizen shared a 2-2 draw with Daegu FC. The visitors twice took the lead through Yoo Kjoung-youl and Dinelson, but were pegged back by goals from Kim Hyeung-bum and Kevin Oris.

The match between Incheon United and Seongnam Chunma finished goalless.

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