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Matchday Two #ACL2020: The Week In Numbers


17 – Perfect build-up play led to Vissel Kobe’s late winner against Suwon Samsung Bluewings, with 17 passes culminating in Kyogo Furuhashi’s goal. 
7 – Hassan Al Haydos was one of seven players to score a brace last week, with his double helping Al Sadd to a 3-0 win over Sepahan.
8 – Another player who bagged two goals was Ali Alipour, although the Persepolis striker also committed a weekly high eight fouls.
123 – The tournament high number of touches by Takahiro Ohgihara in Yokohama F. Marinos’ 4-0 victory over Sydney FC.
14 – Jaloliddin Masharipov created two goals, had a hand in another and delivered 14 passes into the area as Pakhtakor saw off Shahr Khodro 3-0. 
7 – Jonathan Viera created a matchday high seven chances and set up his side’s only goal in Beijing FC’s 1-0 win over Chiangrai United.
8 – Beijing could, however, have won by more goals had it not been for Chiangrai's Apirak Worawong, who made a competition high eight saves.
27 – Al Shorta sent a tournament high number of crosses into the opposition penalty area yet there was no end product as they lost 1-0 to Al Wahda. 
17 – Perfect build-up play led to Vissel Kobe’s late winner against Suwon Samsung Bluewings, with 17 passes culminating in Kyogo Furuhashi’s goal. 
7 – Hassan Al Haydos was one of seven players to score a brace last week, with his double helping Al Sadd to a 3-0 win over Sepahan.
8 – Another player who bagged two goals was Ali Alipour, although the Persepolis striker also committed a weekly high eight fouls.
123 – The tournament high number of touches by Takahiro Ohgihara in Yokohama F. Marinos’ 4-0 victory over Sydney FC.
14 – Jaloliddin Masharipov created two goals, had a hand in another and delivered 14 passes into the area as Pakhtakor saw off Shahr Khodro 3-0. 
7 – Jonathan Viera created a matchday high seven chances and set up his side’s only goal in Beijing FC’s 1-0 win over Chiangrai United.
8 – Beijing could, however, have won by more goals had it not been for Chiangrai's Apirak Worawong, who made a competition high eight saves.
27 – Al Shorta sent a tournament high number of crosses into the opposition penalty area yet there was no end product as they lost 1-0 to Al Wahda. 
17 – Perfect build-up play led to Vissel Kobe’s late winner against Suwon Samsung Bluewings, with 17 passes culminating in Kyogo Furuhashi’s goal. 
7 – Hassan Al Haydos was one of seven players to score a brace last week, with his double helping Al Sadd to a 3-0 win over Sepahan.
8 – Another player who bagged two goals was Ali Alipour, although the Persepolis striker also committed a weekly high eight fouls.
123 – The tournament high number of touches by Takahiro Ohgihara in Yokohama F. Marinos’ 4-0 victory over Sydney FC.
14 – Jaloliddin Masharipov created two goals, had a hand in another and delivered 14 passes into the area as Pakhtakor saw off Shahr Khodro 3-0. 
7 – Jonathan Viera created a matchday high seven chances and set up his side’s only goal in Beijing FC’s 1-0 win over Chiangrai United.
8 – Beijing could, however, have won by more goals had it not been for Chiangrai's Apirak Worawong, who made a competition high eight saves.
27 – Al Shorta sent a tournament high number of crosses into the opposition penalty area yet there was no end product as they lost 1-0 to Al Wahda. 

Kuala Lumpur: The second round of 2020 AFC Champions League fixtures produced the goods once more, with some fabulous team goals among the highlights of an entertaining week. 

The Continental competition will now take a two-week break ahead of Matchday Three in early March, before which the-AFC.com looks back at the stats and facts that stood out in the week that was.

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