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Round of 16 2nd Leg: The Week In Numbers


1 – Ulsan Hyundai only managed one shot on target against Urawa Red Diamonds – their lowest ever number in any game in the AFC Champions League game since 2013.
2 – Shinzo Koroki's two goals from headers against Ulsan Hyundai is the most by any player in a 2019 AFC Champions League match.
3 – Shanghai SIPG's Hulk hit the woodwork three times against Jeonbuk Hyunda Motors, the most by any player in one game so far in the 2019 edition.
3 – Urawa Red Diamonds equalled their largest ever margin of victory in the knockout stages (3 goals) and achieved their biggest ever away victory against Korean opposition in the competition.
7 – Shandong Luneng had a total of seven shots on target against Guangzhou Evergrande – they haven’t had more shots on target in a single AFC Champions League game since May 2015.
14 – Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors striker Kim Shin-wook won 14 aerial duels against Shanghai SIPG. The joint-highest in one match so far at the 2019 edition.
30 – With goalkeeper Hirotsugu Nakabayashi's sending off on Tuesday, 30 percent of the total number of red cards (3/10) shown in the 2019 AFC Champions League have been for Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
44.3 – Kashima Antlers' Shoma Doi scored his second goal against Sanfrecce Hiroshima from 44.3 yards out, the second furthest distance in this year's tournament.
1 – Ulsan Hyundai only managed one shot on target against Urawa Red Diamonds – their lowest ever number in any game in the AFC Champions League game since 2013.
2 – Shinzo Koroki's two goals from headers against Ulsan Hyundai is the most by any player in a 2019 AFC Champions League match.
3 – Shanghai SIPG's Hulk hit the woodwork three times against Jeonbuk Hyunda Motors, the most by any player in one game so far in the 2019 edition.
3 – Urawa Red Diamonds equalled their largest ever margin of victory in the knockout stages (3 goals) and achieved their biggest ever away victory against Korean opposition in the competition.
7 – Shandong Luneng had a total of seven shots on target against Guangzhou Evergrande – they haven’t had more shots on target in a single AFC Champions League game since May 2015.
14 – Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors striker Kim Shin-wook won 14 aerial duels against Shanghai SIPG. The joint-highest in one match so far at the 2019 edition.
30 – With goalkeeper Hirotsugu Nakabayashi's sending off on Tuesday, 30 percent of the total number of red cards (3/10) shown in the 2019 AFC Champions League have been for Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
44.3 – Kashima Antlers' Shoma Doi scored his second goal against Sanfrecce Hiroshima from 44.3 yards out, the second furthest distance in this year's tournament.
1 – Ulsan Hyundai only managed one shot on target against Urawa Red Diamonds – their lowest ever number in any game in the AFC Champions League game since 2013.
2 – Shinzo Koroki's two goals from headers against Ulsan Hyundai is the most by any player in a 2019 AFC Champions League match.
3 – Shanghai SIPG's Hulk hit the woodwork three times against Jeonbuk Hyunda Motors, the most by any player in one game so far in the 2019 edition.
3 – Urawa Red Diamonds equalled their largest ever margin of victory in the knockout stages (3 goals) and achieved their biggest ever away victory against Korean opposition in the competition.
7 – Shandong Luneng had a total of seven shots on target against Guangzhou Evergrande – they haven’t had more shots on target in a single AFC Champions League game since May 2015.
14 – Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors striker Kim Shin-wook won 14 aerial duels against Shanghai SIPG. The joint-highest in one match so far at the 2019 edition.
30 – With goalkeeper Hirotsugu Nakabayashi's sending off on Tuesday, 30 percent of the total number of red cards (3/10) shown in the 2019 AFC Champions League have been for Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
44.3 – Kashima Antlers' Shoma Doi scored his second goal against Sanfrecce Hiroshima from 44.3 yards out, the second furthest distance in this year's tournament.

Kuala Lumpur: The 2019 AFC Champions League saw plenty of action and spectacle this week as the Round of 16 in the East Zone concluded with four teams securing their tickets to the quarter-finals.

Defending champions Kashima Antlers, a pair of two-time winners in Guangzhou Evergrande and Urawa Red Diamonds, and former semi-finalists Shanghai SIPG emerged victorious from the East half of the AFC Champions League's Round of 16. The-AFC.com delves into some of the numbers that tell the story of the week's matches.

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