Guangzhou: Newly crowned AFC Champions League 2013 champions Guangzhou Evergrande went a step closer in their treble hunt after booking a place in the final of the Chinese FA Cup following their 6-3 second leg victory over Beijing Guoan on Wednesday.
Hong Kong: Guangzhou Evergrande’s historic AFC Champions League victory at the weekend attracted the largest TV audience for a sporting event in China this year, with an average audience totalling over 30 million watching as Marcello Lippi’s side edged out FC Seoul.
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Seoul: Guangzhou Evergrande took a huge step towards handing China a first continental title in 23 years despite Dejan Damjanovic’s late strike rescuing Korean counterparts FC Seoul a 2-2 draw in Saturday’s AFC Champions League final first leg.
Seoul: Coach Marcello Lippi has insisted winning the AFC Champions League with China’s Guangzhou Evergrande would equal his achievement with Italy’s Juventus in the European equivalent as the Italian prepares for Saturday’s final first leg against Korean counterparts FC Seoul.
Guangzhou: AFC Champions League 2013 finalists Guangzhou Evergrande concluded their victorious Chinese Super League (CSL) campaign with an emphatic 5-0 win over bottom-of-the-table Wuhan Zall.