JEONJU, South Korea (AP) -- Lee Seung-gi scored twice and Leonardo converted a penalty as South Korean club Jeonbuk Motors defeated Japan's Yokohama F Marinos 3-0 in the Asian Champions League on Wednesday.
After a scoreless first half at Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Lee put the hosts on the scoresheet in the 61st minute when he beat Yokohama goalkeeper Tetsuya Enomoto, and doubled the lead just eight minutes later, taking a pass from Leonardo and hitting a half volley.
Leonardo put the Group G game out of reach in the 71st when he was awarded a penalty kick after being taken down by Enomoto inside the area.
In Group H, Brazilian forward Renato scored a curling left-footed free kick in from 22 meters just after the half-hour mark to lead Kawasaki Frontale to a 1-0 win over China's Guizhou Renhe. Yoshito Okubo, the 2013 J-League top-scorer, came close to widening the lead midway through the second half but his angled shot from close range went over the crossbar.
Kim Shin-wook and Ko Chang-hyun scored in the first half and Kang Min-soo added another after the break to lead South Korea's Ulsan Hyundai to a 3-1 win over Western Sydney Wanderers. Brendan Santalab scored in the first half for Western Sydney, in its tournament debut.