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2019 Final, 2nd Leg In Numbers


58,109 – Saitama Stadium was a vibrant sea of mainly red with the fans of the two teams creating a spectacle worthy of the occasion. 
19 – Al Hilal legend Mohammad Al Shalhoub finally lifted the AFC Champions League trophy, 19 years after winning the Asian Club Championship.
6 – Shusaku Nishikawa made six saves as the Urawa 'keeper kept the visitors out until the 74th minute.
4 – Andre Carrillo had another fine game, creating the highest number of chances on the pitch and assisting Bafetimbi Gomis' late goal. 
6 – Of Salem Al Dawsari's Matchday high six shots, four were on target and he opened the scoring. 
76 – Arguably Urawa's best player over the two games, Daiki Hashioka touched the ball more than any other player in the second leg.
31 – Salman Al Faraj made the highest number of passes in the opposition half, including the key ball to Sebastian Giovinco for Al Dawsari's opener. 
11 – Another goal for Gomis saw the Frenchman finish as the 2019 AFC Champions League's top scorer. 
58,109 – Saitama Stadium was a vibrant sea of mainly red with the fans of the two teams creating a spectacle worthy of the occasion. 
19 – Al Hilal legend Mohammad Al Shalhoub finally lifted the AFC Champions League trophy, 19 years after winning the Asian Club Championship.
6 – Shusaku Nishikawa made six saves as the Urawa 'keeper kept the visitors out until the 74th minute.
4 – Andre Carrillo had another fine game, creating the highest number of chances on the pitch and assisting Bafetimbi Gomis' late goal. 
6 – Of Salem Al Dawsari's Matchday high six shots, four were on target and he opened the scoring. 
76 – Arguably Urawa's best player over the two games, Daiki Hashioka touched the ball more than any other player in the second leg.
31 – Salman Al Faraj made the highest number of passes in the opposition half, including the key ball to Sebastian Giovinco for Al Dawsari's opener. 
11 – Another goal for Gomis saw the Frenchman finish as the 2019 AFC Champions League's top scorer. 
58,109 – Saitama Stadium was a vibrant sea of mainly red with the fans of the two teams creating a spectacle worthy of the occasion. 
19 – Al Hilal legend Mohammad Al Shalhoub finally lifted the AFC Champions League trophy, 19 years after winning the Asian Club Championship.
6 – Shusaku Nishikawa made six saves as the Urawa 'keeper kept the visitors out until the 74th minute.
4 – Andre Carrillo had another fine game, creating the highest number of chances on the pitch and assisting Bafetimbi Gomis' late goal. 
6 – Of Salem Al Dawsari's Matchday high six shots, four were on target and he opened the scoring. 
76 – Arguably Urawa's best player over the two games, Daiki Hashioka touched the ball more than any other player in the second leg.
31 – Salman Al Faraj made the highest number of passes in the opposition half, including the key ball to Sebastian Giovinco for Al Dawsari's opener. 
11 – Another goal for Gomis saw the Frenchman finish as the 2019 AFC Champions League's top scorer. 

Kuala Lumpur: After nine months of action, Al Hilal were crowned deserved winners of the 2019 AFC Champions League as a 2-0 victory in the second leg of the final against Urawa Red Diamonds capped a 3-0 aggregate win. 

Al Hilal's title success means the trophy headed back to the West for the first time since 2011 while it is also their seventh trophy in Asian club football. For more facts and figures relating to the final, here's the-AFC.com's week in numbers.

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