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The Week In Numbers: Semi-finals, 2nd Leg


4 – Shinzo Koroki has now scored more headers than any other player in the 2019 competition. Four of his eight goals have been headed home. 
23 – Two more goals for Al Hilal took the Saudi team to a tournament-leading 23, three ahead of Al Sadd and domestic rivals Al Ittihad. 
19 – Conversely, the two goals conceded mean Al Sadd have now let in more goals than any other side in this year's competition. 
80 – Guangzhou defender Park Ji-soo made more successful passes than any other player, taking his total to a tournament-high 630. 
11 – The number of goals over two legs between Al Sadd and Al Hilal, making it the highest-scoring semi-final since 2009.
8 – Shusaku Nishakawa made eight saves against Guangzhou, with his tally the most in a single game in this year's knockout rounds. 
10 – Another goal for the AFC Champions League's top scorer Bafetimbi Gomis took the Frenchman into double figures. 
7 – Guangzhou's Anderson Talisca registered a weekly high seven shots and rattled the crossbar, but was unable to find the back of the net. 
4 – Shinzo Koroki has now scored more headers than any other player in the 2019 competition. Four of his eight goals have been headed home. 
23 – Two more goals for Al Hilal took the Saudi team to a tournament-leading 23, three ahead of Al Sadd and domestic rivals Al Ittihad. 
19 – Conversely, the two goals conceded mean Al Sadd have now let in more goals than any other side in this year's competition. 
80 – Guangzhou defender Park Ji-soo made more successful passes than any other player, taking his total to a tournament-high 630. 
11 – The number of goals over two legs between Al Sadd and Al Hilal, making it the highest-scoring semi-final since 2009.
8 – Shusaku Nishakawa made eight saves against Guangzhou, with his tally the most in a single game in this year's knockout rounds. 
10 – Another goal for the AFC Champions League's top scorer Bafetimbi Gomis took the Frenchman into double figures. 
7 – Guangzhou's Anderson Talisca registered a weekly high seven shots and rattled the crossbar, but was unable to find the back of the net. 
4 – Shinzo Koroki has now scored more headers than any other player in the 2019 competition. Four of his eight goals have been headed home. 
23 – Two more goals for Al Hilal took the Saudi team to a tournament-leading 23, three ahead of Al Sadd and domestic rivals Al Ittihad. 
19 – Conversely, the two goals conceded mean Al Sadd have now let in more goals than any other side in this year's competition. 
80 – Guangzhou defender Park Ji-soo made more successful passes than any other player, taking his total to a tournament-high 630. 
11 – The number of goals over two legs between Al Sadd and Al Hilal, making it the highest-scoring semi-final since 2009.
8 – Shusaku Nishakawa made eight saves against Guangzhou, with his tally the most in a single game in this year's knockout rounds. 
10 – Another goal for the AFC Champions League's top scorer Bafetimbi Gomis took the Frenchman into double figures. 
7 – Guangzhou's Anderson Talisca registered a weekly high seven shots and rattled the crossbar, but was unable to find the back of the net. 

Kuala Lumpur: The finalists for the 2019 AFC Champions League have been confirmed after two pulsating semi-finals saw Al Hilal and Urawa Red Diamonds advance at the expense of Al Sadd and Guangzhou Evergrande.

Al Sadd came close to recording the greatest comeback the competition has ever seen but their 4-2 win was ultimately not enough as Al Hilal advanced 6-5 on aggregate, while Urawa sealed their place in the main event after a 1-0 victory secured a 3-0 aggregate scoreline. The-AFC.com looks back at the facts and figures that caught the eye in the semi-final match-ups.

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