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2020 AFC Champions League Final: Persepolis FC v Ulsan Hyundai FC in Numbers


5 – The number of goals scored by Bjorn Johnsen and Junior Negrao, with the duo two behind leading marksman Abderrazak Hamdallah of Al Nassr.
93 – Of the players who have made more than 100 passes, Kamal Kamyabinia has the best accuracy with 93% of his 294 finding the intended target. 
21 – The tournament-leading number of goals scored by Ulsan in their nine matches to date. Persepolis, by comparison, have scored just 12.
5 – While the Korean side have scored more goals, Persepolis have more from headers with five of their 12 being headed home compared to Ulsan's two. 
20 – Yoon Bit-garam leads the way in chances created while he also tops the charts in assists (3) and passes in the opposition half (261).
57 – Mehdi Abdi Qara boasts the best minutes-per-goal ratio, scoring his two goals from under two hours of game time (one every 57 minutes). 
8 – Ulsan have won eight successive games and are just one short of matching their own record of nine (held with Al Duhail) from their 2012 title-winning campaign. 
46 – Of all the players eligible to start in Saturday's final, Persepolis' Siamak Nemati is out in front when it comes to duels won. 
25 – Jo Su-huk has been the busier of the two goalkeepers, making 25 saves in eight games compared to Hamed Lak's 16 in seven matches. 
5 – Lak, however, boasts the better shutout record with five clean sheets (all from seven games in Qatar). Jo, meanwhile, has three. 
5 – The number of goals scored by Bjorn Johnsen and Junior Negrao, with the duo two behind leading marksman Abderrazak Hamdallah of Al Nassr.
93 – Of the players who have made more than 100 passes, Kamal Kamyabinia has the best accuracy with 93% of his 294 finding the intended target. 
21 – The tournament-leading number of goals scored by Ulsan in their nine matches to date. Persepolis, by comparison, have scored just 12.
5 – While the Korean side have scored more goals, Persepolis have more from headers with five of their 12 being headed home compared to Ulsan's two. 
20 – Yoon Bit-garam leads the way in chances created while he also tops the charts in assists (3) and passes in the opposition half (261).
57 – Mehdi Abdi Qara boasts the best minutes-per-goal ratio, scoring his two goals from under two hours of game time (one every 57 minutes). 
8 – Ulsan have won eight successive games and are just one short of matching their own record of nine (held with Al Duhail) from their 2012 title-winning campaign. 
46 – Of all the players eligible to start in Saturday's final, Persepolis' Siamak Nemati is out in front when it comes to duels won. 
25 – Jo Su-huk has been the busier of the two goalkeepers, making 25 saves in eight games compared to Hamed Lak's 16 in seven matches. 
5 – Lak, however, boasts the better shutout record with five clean sheets (all from seven games in Qatar). Jo, meanwhile, has three. 
5 – The number of goals scored by Bjorn Johnsen and Junior Negrao, with the duo two behind leading marksman Abderrazak Hamdallah of Al Nassr.
93 – Of the players who have made more than 100 passes, Kamal Kamyabinia has the best accuracy with 93% of his 294 finding the intended target. 
21 – The tournament-leading number of goals scored by Ulsan in their nine matches to date. Persepolis, by comparison, have scored just 12.
5 – While the Korean side have scored more goals, Persepolis have more from headers with five of their 12 being headed home compared to Ulsan's two. 
20 – Yoon Bit-garam leads the way in chances created while he also tops the charts in assists (3) and passes in the opposition half (261).
57 – Mehdi Abdi Qara boasts the best minutes-per-goal ratio, scoring his two goals from under two hours of game time (one every 57 minutes). 
8 – Ulsan have won eight successive games and are just one short of matching their own record of nine (held with Al Duhail) from their 2012 title-winning campaign. 
46 – Of all the players eligible to start in Saturday's final, Persepolis' Siamak Nemati is out in front when it comes to duels won. 
25 – Jo Su-huk has been the busier of the two goalkeepers, making 25 saves in eight games compared to Hamed Lak's 16 in seven matches. 
5 – Lak, however, boasts the better shutout record with five clean sheets (all from seven games in Qatar). Jo, meanwhile, has three. 

Doha: The stage is set for Asia's biggest club match as Iranian giants Persepolis FC prepare to square off against 2012 winners Ulsan Hyundai FC in the 2020 AFC Champions League final at Al Janoub Stadium on Saturday.

It promises to be a clash of contrasting styles as Persepolis go into the contest with the best defensive record while Ulsan boast the strongest attack, something underlined by their respective statistics.

As fans of Asian football look ahead to the climax of the Continental competition, the-AFC.com shines to spotlight on the numbers that have caught the eye on the sides' run to the grand finale.

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