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[30 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]
Return Leg – 2014 AFC Asian Champions League Semi Finals

30/9/2014 – AL AIN (UAE) v AL HILAL (KSA) (2 – 1) (FT)
Two-time Asian Club Championship winners Al Hilal secured a return to the continental final for the first time in 13 years despite losing Tuesday’s AFC Champions League semi-final second leg 2-1 to Al Ain at Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium.

1/10/2014 – WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS (AUS) – FC SEOUL (KOR) (2 – 0) (FT)
The A-League side capped a remarkable maiden continental campaign with a 2-0 win over 2013 finalists FC Seoul at Parramatta Stadium on Wednesday in their semi-final second …

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[2 Oct 2013 | No Comment | ]
Asian Champions League Semi Finals (Return Leg)

Guangzhou FC (CHN) 0 – 0 Kashiwa (JPN) (4 – 0) (FT) (8 – 1) Aggregate
Esteghlal FC (IRN) -v- FC Seoul (KOR) (2 – 2) (FT) (2 – 4) Aggregate

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[27 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]
2013 Asian Champions League Semi Finals

25-9-13 KASHIWA REYSOL (JPN) v GUANGZHOU EVERGRANDE (CHN) (FT) 1 – 4
25-9-13 FC SEOUL (KOR) v ESTEGHLAL (IRN) (FT) 2 – 0

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[1 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

Al Ahli will meet Korea’s Ulsan Hyundai in the final of the 2012 AFC Asian Champions League in Korea Republic on November 10 after beating two-time winners Al Ittihad 2-0 (2 – 1 aggregate) at the Prince Abdullah bin Faisal Stadium on Wednesday.
There were barely seven minutes on the clock when Victor Simoes crashed his shot against the woodwork while just five minutes later the shaven-headed forward was sending another shot just off target.
Al Ittihad had dominated the first leg but this time it as Al Ahli looking a …

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[31 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
Ulsan Hyundai (KOR)	2 – 0	FC Bunyodkor (UZB) (5 – 1 agg)

Ulsan Hyundai is through to the 2012 AFC Asian Champions League final and is the fourth successive K-League side to do so. Two second half goals and an overall 5 – 1 on aggregate result where far too much for Uzbekistan’s Bunyodkor to overcome.
Trailing 3 – 1 from the first leg, Bunyodkor needed to score at least three goals at Ulsan Munsu Stadium in order to progress. They started off very much in command and dominated the first half with recalled striker Shavkat Salomov coming the closest for the visitors …

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[24 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
Bunyodkor 1 – 3 Ulsan Hyundai

Kim Shin-wook and Lee Keun-ho scored as Korea Republic’s Ulsan Hyundai took a huge step towards the AFC Champions League final with a 3-1 comeback win over Uzbekistan champions Bunyodkor.
Bunyodkor made the ideal start after just five minutes as Slovenian midfielder Jan Kozak pulled a perfectly weighted ball back from the byline to the edge of the penalty area for the on-rushing Ibrokhimov to coolly guide a first-time shot into the bottom corner away from the despairing dive of Ulsan goalkeeper Kim Young-kwang.
The Uzbek champions came close to a second …

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[22 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
Al Ittihad 1 – 0 Al Ahli

Naif Hazazi scored a second half goal to give Al Ittihad a narrow advantage in the first leg of their AFC Champions League semi-final showdown against neighbours Al Ahli on Monday.
Al Ahli had their first big chance in the derby after only five minutes when Amad Al Hosni was chopped down by Ahmed Asiri on the left of the Al Ittihad box and Al Ahli captain Taisir Al Jassim whipped in a free-kick that flicked off a defender but was punched away by goalkeeper Mabrouk Zaid.
Al Ahli control most of …

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[15 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
AFC Asian Champions League Semi Finals

There are only four teams remaining in the 2012 AFC Asian Champions League. That means five more games and the 2012 season is over. Just over a month until we know who the champions for 2012 will be.
After last fortnight’s quarter finals the semi final match-ups look like this:

Semi Final 1
FT – AL ITTIHAD (KSA) v AL AHLI (KSA) (1 – 0)
Semi Final 2
FT – BUNYODKOR (UZB) v ULSAN HYUNDAI (KOR) (1 – 3)

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[26 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
Al Sadd 0 – 1 Suwon Bluewings (2 – 1 agg.)

Al Sadd have made it to the Final of the Asian Champions League and will now face Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors for the 2011 title. Al Sadd overcame Suwon Samsung Bluewings 2-1 on aggregate.

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[26 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
Jeonbuk Motors 2 – 1 Al Ittihad (5 – 3 agg.)

A two one victory for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors sees them reach the Final of the 2011 AFC Champions League

Jeonbuk came into the second leg leading 3-2, Eninho built on Jeonbuk’s advantage when he made it 4 – 2 on aggregate midway through the first-half. The Brazilian then put it beyond reach with a great goal direct from a corner before fellow Brazilian Wendel pulled one back for Al Ittihad with 20 minutes to go.