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Bracket Challenge - Ro32: Tim Cahill (AUS) vs Ismail Abdul Latif (BHR) || Alexander Geynrikh (UZB) vs Pak Kwang-ryong (PRK) 

Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Asian Cup has always captivated audiences with its moments of sheer genius, brilliant celebrations and - above all - stunning goals. 

Many players have impressed in the AFC Asian Cup throug the years and four of them – Australia's Tim Cahill, Ismail Abdul Latif of Bahrain, Uzbekistan's Alexander Geynrikh and Pak Kwang-ryong of DPR Korea - are featured in today's Bracket Challenge.

Which goal is your favourite? Cast your votes below!

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Tim Cahill (AUS) vs Ismail Abdul Latif (BHR)

Tim Cahill (AUS)
2015 AFC Asian Cup
China PR v Australia (22.01.2015)

A moment of magic from Tim Cahill helped Australia reach the semi-finals of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup on home soil as the attacking midfielder scored with a stunning bicycle past China PR goalkeeper Wang Dalei, before adding a second in the 2-0 win.

Ismail Abdul Latif (BHR)
2007 AFC Asian Cup
Bahrain v Korea Republic (15.07.2007)

It was late drama at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta as Bahrain came from a goal down to shock Korea Republic 2-1 with Ismail Abdul Latif ensuring a famous victory by hitting a low drive past Korean custodian Lee Won-jae.

Alexander Geynrikh (UZB) vs Pak Kwang-ryong (PRK)

Alexander Geynrikh (UZB)
2011 AFC Asian Cup
Uzbekistan v Korea Republic (28.01.2011)

Down 3-0 against Korea Republic in the third-place playoff, Alexander Geynrikh sparked a fightback by netting a stoppage time penalty in the first half. Geynrikh’s second goal, however, was a stunner as he weaved his way into the penalty box before finishing past Sung Ryong-jung. Korea, however, held on for a 3-2 win.

Pak Kwang-ryong (PRK)
2019 AFC Asian Cup
Lebanon v DPR Korea (17.01.2019)

DPR Korea were aiming to finish their campaign on a high and Pak Kwang-ryong scored a textbook goal when he curled his free-kick around the wall and through the grasp of Lebanese goalkeeper Mehdi Kahlil in what would eventually prove to be a consolation goal.

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