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2020 AFC Champions League (West): The Week In Numbers


100 – Pakhtakor's goalless draw with Al Hilal on Thursday marked the Uzbek club's 100th game in the AFC Champions League. 
8 – Abderrazak Hamdallah's goal run now stands at eight successive AFC Champions League games after scoring in both of Al Nassr's wins over Sepahan.
43 –  Hussein Abdulghani became the oldest player to appear in the competition when, at 43 years 240 days, he started for Al Ahli against Al Shorta.
34 – There were goals galore over 14 games as the tournament returned. Akram Afif (above) netted his second and third of the campaign.
14 – The number of saves Brad Jones made in Al Nassr's two games against Sepahan. The keeper's 19 saves in ACL2020 is now a tournament high. 
13 – Al Shorta's 2-1 victory over Al Ahli Saudi on Thursday was their first-ever AFC Champions League win in what was their 13th attempt. 
2 – The number of teams who have been eliminated after both Al Ain and Shahr Khodro had their fates sealed on Matchday Four. 
180 – Perhaps replacing Alireza Beiranvand isn't mission impossible after all. Persepolis goalkeeper Hamed Lak hasn't conceded in more than 180 minutes of action. 
100 – Pakhtakor's goalless draw with Al Hilal on Thursday marked the Uzbek club's 100th game in the AFC Champions League. 
8 – Abderrazak Hamdallah's goal run now stands at eight successive AFC Champions League games after scoring in both of Al Nassr's wins over Sepahan.
43 –  Hussein Abdulghani became the oldest player to appear in the competition when, at 43 years 240 days, he started for Al Ahli against Al Shorta.
34 – There were goals galore over 14 games as the tournament returned. Akram Afif (above) netted his second and third of the campaign.
14 – The number of saves Brad Jones made in Al Nassr's two games against Sepahan. The keeper's 19 saves in ACL2020 is now a tournament high. 
13 – Al Shorta's 2-1 victory over Al Ahli Saudi on Thursday was their first-ever AFC Champions League win in what was their 13th attempt. 
2 – The number of teams who have been eliminated after both Al Ain and Shahr Khodro had their fates sealed on Matchday Four. 
180 – Perhaps replacing Alireza Beiranvand isn't mission impossible after all. Persepolis goalkeeper Hamed Lak hasn't conceded in more than 180 minutes of action. 
100 – Pakhtakor's goalless draw with Al Hilal on Thursday marked the Uzbek club's 100th game in the AFC Champions League. 
8 – Abderrazak Hamdallah's goal run now stands at eight successive AFC Champions League games after scoring in both of Al Nassr's wins over Sepahan.
43 –  Hussein Abdulghani became the oldest player to appear in the competition when, at 43 years 240 days, he started for Al Ahli against Al Shorta.
34 – There were goals galore over 14 games as the tournament returned. Akram Afif (above) netted his second and third of the campaign.
14 – The number of saves Brad Jones made in Al Nassr's two games against Sepahan. The keeper's 19 saves in ACL2020 is now a tournament high. 
13 – Al Shorta's 2-1 victory over Al Ahli Saudi on Thursday was their first-ever AFC Champions League win in what was their 13th attempt. 
2 – The number of teams who have been eliminated after both Al Ain and Shahr Khodro had their fates sealed on Matchday Four. 
180 – Perhaps replacing Alireza Beiranvand isn't mission impossible after all. Persepolis goalkeeper Hamed Lak hasn't conceded in more than 180 minutes of action. 

Doha: The 2020 AFC Champions League has made a successful return in West Asia over the past week as 15 sides in four groups resumed their campaigns in Qatar.

After the Matchday Four action concluded on Friday, both Al Ahli Saudi and Al Nassr have confirmed their places in the knockout rounds with two rounds of fixtures still to play.

With Matchday Five set to take place later on Sunday, the-AFC.com looks back at the week in numbers following a busy few days of football.

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