Kuala Lumpur: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors breathed new life into the K League 1 title race as a 3-1 win over runaway leaders Ulsan Hyundai on Sunday cut the lead at the top to seven points.
There was little change in Japan’s J1 League as the top four all won to mean Yokohama F. Marinos remain a point clear, while Wuhan Three Towns stay ahead of the rest in China PR and Sabah moved out in front in Malaysia.
Elsewhere, there was action in Singapore, Mongolia, Laos, Macau and Chinese Taipei so join the-AFC.com as we review the leagues from across East and Southeast Asia.
Korea Republic: Jeonbuk stun Ulsan to close the gap
Modou Barrow’s opener and a brace from Takahiro Kunimoto saw Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 3-0 up after 30 minutes against K League 1 table-toppers Ulsan Hyundai on Sunday as the defending champions eventually won the big game of the weekend 3-1. .....
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