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Round of 16 2nd Leg – West: The Week In Numbers


5 – There will be five former AFC Champions League winners in the last eight with Al Sadd and Al Ittihad joining Guangzhou Evergrande, Kashima Antlers and Urawa Red Diamonds.
27 – Carlos Villanueva created a weekly high six chances, with one assist, as the Al Ittihad man moved up to 27 for the 2019 campaign, just two behind Shanghai SIPG's Oscar.
6 – After seeing off Al Ahli, Al Hilal secured their sixth quarter-final berth in the past 10 editions, a total only Guangzhou Evergrande can equal.
1 – In eight games across the Round of 16 action in the West, only Mohammed Al Owais managed to keep a clean sheet, with the goalkeeper helping Al Ahli defeat Al Hilal 1-0 on Tuesday. 
18 – Edmilson's goal in Al Duhail's 3-1 defeat to Al Sadd means his side have now scored in 18 AFC Champions League games in a row, stretching back to the opening match in 2018. 
7 – The end-to-end 4-3 game between Al Ittihad and Zobahan equalled the highest scoring match in the 2019 edition after Al Wahda and Al Rayyan's group stage tie also saw seven goals. 
8 – Al Wahda's knockout round misery continued as their 3-2 defeat by Al Nassr means they have still yet to win a match beyond the group stage in eight attempts. 
3 – Saudi Arabia boasts a trio of clubs in the quarter-finals, more than any other country, after Al Nassr, Al Hilal and Al Ittihad all advanced. 
5 – There will be five former AFC Champions League winners in the last eight with Al Sadd and Al Ittihad joining Guangzhou Evergrande, Kashima Antlers and Urawa Red Diamonds.
27 – Carlos Villanueva created a weekly high six chances, with one assist, as the Al Ittihad man moved up to 27 for the 2019 campaign, just two behind Shanghai SIPG's Oscar.
6 – After seeing off Al Ahli, Al Hilal secured their sixth quarter-final berth in the past 10 editions, a total only Guangzhou Evergrande can equal.
1 – In eight games across the Round of 16 action in the West, only Mohammed Al Owais managed to keep a clean sheet, with the goalkeeper helping Al Ahli defeat Al Hilal 1-0 on Tuesday. 
18 – Edmilson's goal in Al Duhail's 3-1 defeat to Al Sadd means his side have now scored in 18 AFC Champions League games in a row, stretching back to the opening match in 2018. 
7 – The end-to-end 4-3 game between Al Ittihad and Zobahan equalled the highest scoring match in the 2019 edition after Al Wahda and Al Rayyan's group stage tie also saw seven goals. 
8 – Al Wahda's knockout round misery continued as their 3-2 defeat by Al Nassr means they have still yet to win a match beyond the group stage in eight attempts. 
3 – Saudi Arabia boasts a trio of clubs in the quarter-finals, more than any other country, after Al Nassr, Al Hilal and Al Ittihad all advanced. 
5 – There will be five former AFC Champions League winners in the last eight with Al Sadd and Al Ittihad joining Guangzhou Evergrande, Kashima Antlers and Urawa Red Diamonds.
27 – Carlos Villanueva created a weekly high six chances, with one assist, as the Al Ittihad man moved up to 27 for the 2019 campaign, just two behind Shanghai SIPG's Oscar.
6 – After seeing off Al Ahli, Al Hilal secured their sixth quarter-final berth in the past 10 editions, a total only Guangzhou Evergrande can equal.
1 – In eight games across the Round of 16 action in the West, only Mohammed Al Owais managed to keep a clean sheet, with the goalkeeper helping Al Ahli defeat Al Hilal 1-0 on Tuesday. 
18 – Edmilson's goal in Al Duhail's 3-1 defeat to Al Sadd means his side have now scored in 18 AFC Champions League games in a row, stretching back to the opening match in 2018. 
7 – The end-to-end 4-3 game between Al Ittihad and Zobahan equalled the highest scoring match in the 2019 edition after Al Wahda and Al Rayyan's group stage tie also saw seven goals. 
8 – Al Wahda's knockout round misery continued as their 3-2 defeat by Al Nassr means they have still yet to win a match beyond the group stage in eight attempts. 
3 – Saudi Arabia boasts a trio of clubs in the quarter-finals, more than any other country, after Al Nassr, Al Hilal and Al Ittihad all advanced. 

Kuala Lumpur: The four remaining places in the 2019 AFC Champions League quarter-finals were confirmed last week after the conclusion of the Round of 16 in the West. 

The competition will resume in just over a week's time as the eight remaining sides continue their quests to be crowned Continental champions, but before looking ahead to the latter stages, take a look back at the-AFC.com's Week in Numbers.

Photos: Al Ittihad, Al Sadd

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