Bottom-ranked Suwon have earned their first three points in 10 matches after beating leaders Ulsan.
It was their first win in front of their home fans this season. Ulsan, on the other hand, suffered their first back-to-back losses under coach Hong Myung-bo. Bottom-ranked Suwon, without a win in nine games, hosted league leader Ulsan at home. Suwon narrowly avoided a goal in the first five minutes when Ulsan’s Lee Kyu-sung’s shot hit the post. Suwon then took control of the attack and opened the scoring in the 39th minute. A forward pass from newly signed Japanese midfielder Kazuki was crossed by Jeong Seung-won, and after Ulsan goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo punched the ball away, Jeon Jin-woo ran onto the ball and split the goal with a header. In the second half, Ulsan pushed forward in search of an equalizer, but Suwon Mulicic added a second goal 바카라사이트 in the 39th minute. Six minutes later, Kim Joo-chan scored the winner, sending the Suwon World Cup Stadium into a frenzy of fan celebration. Ulsan Bacco pulled one back just before the end of the match, but the game was already won. Suwon won 3-1. It was their first win in 10 league games, and their first win at home this season. Leaders Ulsan, who lost at home to Incheon on Dec. 12, have lost back-to-back games for the first time since Hong Myung-bo took over as head coach two years ago. Gangwon drew 1-1 at home against Seoul after Yoo In-Soo scored a header in the 30th minute, but conceded a late equalizer to Seoul’s “Captain” Osmar in the 22nd minute. Gangwon hasn’t won in 13 consecutive matches.