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[1 May 2013 | No Comment | ]

Daisuke Nasu scored with a second-half volley to give Urawa Reds a 1-0 win over Muangthong United at Thunderdome Stadium on Wednesday but it was not enough to secure the 2007 AFC Champions League winners a place in the Round of 16.
A scoreless draw between Guangzhou Evergrande and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors meant Urawa were eliminated due to an inferior head-to-head record against the Korean side, leaving Mihailo Petrovic and his team ruing their performances against the 2006 winners when they lost points on both occasions from a winning position.
Urawa needed …

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[1 May 2013 | No Comment | ]

Jiangsu Sainty missed out on becoming the third Chinese side to reach the last 16 of the AFC Champions League on goal difference despite recording a 2-1 comeback win over Japan’s Vegalta Sendai on Wednesday.
Naoki Sugai’s header midway through the first half had put Sendai ahead against the run of play with the home side also in the hunt for a place in the last 16 with the J.League runners-up realistically needing Group E winners FC Seoul to beat Buriram.
But after Liu Jianye’s eye-catching first time strike pulled Jiangsu level …

ACL News - Group F, Match Day 3 »

[4 Apr 2013 | No Comment | ]

Guangzhou Evergrande cemented their position at the top of Group F of the AFC Champions League on Wednesday as Marcello Lippi’s side handed Thai Premier League champions Muangthong United a comprehensive 4-0 defeat at Tianhe Stadium.
Dario Conca scored twice – including from the penalty spot in stoppage time – while Muriqui (Luiz Guilherme da Conceição Silva) and Gao Lin were also on the scoresheet as the Chinese Super League champions maintained their unbeaten start to the 2013 campaign, securing a second win that moves them on to seven points from …

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[4 Apr 2013 | No Comment | ]

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors fought back from going a goal down to hand Urawa Reds a stunning 3-1 defeat at Saitama Stadium on Wednesday thanks to an impressive second-half display and the home side’s profligacy in front of goal in Group F of the 2013 AFC Champions League.
Genki Haraguchi gave Urawa the lead after just six minutes but second half efforts from Lee Seung-gi, Lee Dong-gook and Eninho (Enio Oliveira Junior) secured the three points for Jeonbuk and leaves Urawa in difficulties as the Group Stage reaches the halfway point.
Victory moves …

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[26 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]

An 88th minute own goal from Jung Hyuk stopped 2006 champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors making a winning start in Group F of the AFC Champions League on Tuesday as Thailand champions Muangthong United twice came from behind to earn a 2-2 draw.
An early penalty from 2011 AFC Champions League top-scorer Lee Dong-gook had handed Jeonbuk the ideal start at Thunderdome Stadium only for Mario Durovski to follow suit from 12 yards in the last minute of the first half.
Substitute Kevin Oris then appeared to have handed Jeonbuk all three points as …

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[26 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]

Brazilian forward Muriqui was the star of the show as 2012 AFC Champions League quarter-finalists Guangzhou Evergrande handed former champions Urawa Reds a 3-0 defeat at Tianhe Stadium on Tuesday to make the perfect start to Group F of the 2013 edition of the continental championship.
Muriqui (Luiz Guilherme da Conceição Silva) scored one and set up another for Lucas Barrios as Guangzhou underlined their status as one of the favourites for the title by seeing off the 2007 champions. A late Keita Suzuki own goal sealed the win for Guangzhou.
Guangzhou …

ACL News - Group F, Match Day 6 »

[16 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

Brisbane Roar 1-1 Beijing Guoan
A-League champions Brisbane Roar have bowed out of the 2012 AFC Champions League tournament with a fripustrating 1-1 draw with Beijing Guoan.
Brisbane took a deserved lead with just 15 minutes on the clock when Berisha finished off a fine move that saw Mitch Nichols feed the impressive Kofi Danning and the Albanian striker was left to slide the ball home.
Danning was causing the Beijing defence numerous problems throughout the first 25 minutes and it was through the Ghana-born winger that Brisbane’s greatest threat existed.
Danning and Berisha …

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[16 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Asian Champions League 2012 Matchday 6 – Live Scores

GAMBA OSAKA (JPN) v ADELAIDE UNITED (AUS) (0 – 2) (FT)
BRISBANE ROAR (AUS) v BEIJING GUOAN (CHN) (1 – 1) (FT)
ULSAN HYUNDAI (KOR) v FC TOKYO (JPN) (1 – 0) (FT)
BUNYODKOR (UZB) v POHANG STEELERS (KOR) (1 – 0) (FT)
NASAF (UZB) v ESTEGHLAL (IRN) (0 – 2) (FT)
AL RAYYAN (QAT) v AL JAZIRA (UAE) (3 – 4) (FT)
BANIYAS (UAE) v PAKHTAKOR (UZB) (2 – 0) (FT)
AL ITTIHAD (KSA) v AL ARABI (QAT) (3 – 2) (FT)

ACL News - Group F, Match Day 5 »

[2 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

FC Tokyo 4-2 Brisbane Roar
FC Tokyo booked their place in the knockout stages with a 4 – 2 win over Brisbane Roar.
Brisbane needed a comprehensive win to keep their continental campaign alive and Rado Vidosic’s team had the perfect start to their first game under the control of their new coach when Besart Berisha scored from close range after just four minutes.
FC Tokyo responded immediately when Hideto Takahashi equalised less than a minute later with a shot that went in off the post and by the 20th minute the hosts …

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[17 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]

Brisbane Roar 1-2 Ulsan Hyundai
Brisbane: A penalty from captain Kwak Tae-hwi with 17 minutes remaining earned Ulsan Hyundai a 2-1 win over A-League Grand Finalists Brisbane Roar on Tuesday to hand the K-League side a major boost in their bid to qualify for the last 16 of the AFC Champions League.
Shane Stefanutto’s third goal as a professional midway through the first half had cancelled out Ulsan’s early opener from Colombian midfielder Julian Estiven Velez.
But after Bahrain defender Sayed Mohamed Adnan was adjudged to have upended Kang Min-soo inside the area, …