The team trained by the Portuguese coach needed to win and wait for the leader Ulsan to lose without scoring many goals. It all came together and José Morais raised the cup for having one more goal scored than his rival.
The Portuguese coach José Morais, former deputy to José Mourinho, was crowned South Korean champion this Sunday after Jeonbuck's 1-0 win against Gangwon last night and a miracle that happened in another match that took place at the same time.
Jeonbuck had to win the game to gain the third consecutive South Korean title, and they needed some (big) help from third parties, meaning that leader Ulsan Hyunday needed to be defeated and not to score many goals to allow that José Morais's team could have an advantage in goal difference.
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