Ulsan maintained their slender lead at the top of the K League – with the help of a stunning strike from Yong Lee.
The Korean full-back’s super strike was the defining moment in a 4-0 victory over Jeju United, who are slipping ominously in the wrong direction down the table.
For the record, Kim Shin-Wook headed the opener for the hosts – his 11th in 2013 as the Jeju defence stood like statues in defence.
The game was still relatively well poised at the interval, but that all changed in three second-half minutes, as Kang Min-Soo was again allowed freedom in the box to head home.
Seven minutes later, and it was three, as Yong Lee produced his moment of magic. Found in space on the right wing, the number two took a touch to set himself before unleashing a rocket into the top corner past Park Jun-Hyuk.
Shin-Wook struck again from the penalty spot to complete the scoring on 59 minutes, and Ulsan moved ahead of the Pohang Steelers at the top of the table.
It was Yong Lee’s goal that rightly stole the headlines however, and you can watch his super strike below…