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Vote for your Best Goal of 2021 AFC Champions League Matchday Six (East)


Bangkok: The group stage of the 2021 AFC Champions League (East) has drawn to a close as the eight teams advancing to the knockout rounds were confirmed over the past few days.

As ever, there was plenty of drama and a number of fabulous goals to go with it. the-AFC.com has selected five of the best for you to choose your favourite, so cast a vote at the foot of the article to let us know!

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Bordin Phala – Port FC
vs Guangzhou FC, July 9, 2021

Bordin Phala (Guangzhou FC vs Port FC)

Port FC rounded off their Group J campaign with a five-star showing against Guangzhou FC, and Bordin Phala scored the pick of the bunch. Running on to Ko Seul-gi's throughball, the winger sent a delightful first-time effort into the far left corner to put his side 2-1 up in a game that eventually ended 5-1.


Patric – Gamba Osaka
vs Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC, July 10, 2021

Patric (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC vs Gamba Osaka)

Gamba Osaka may have been eliminated, but on a personal level it's been a strong showing from Patric. Against Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors on Saturday, the Brazilian striker raced into the area and, from a narrow angle, sent a thunderous effort beyond goalkeeper Lee Bum-young and into the back of the net to level the game at 1-1.


Felipe Amorim – Chiangrai United
vs Tampines Rovers, July 10, 2021

Felipe Amorim (Tampines Rovers FC vs Chiangrai United)

Felipe Amorim's second entry into the 'Best Goal' compilation was equally as impressive as his first on Matchday Four as the Brazilian opened the scoring in a 3-0 win. After his compatriot Bill's strike was blocked, the number seven expertly dispatched his effort into the top left corner to put Chiangrai on their way to a second win of the 2021 competition.


Caique – Viettel FC
vs Kaya FC-Iloilo, July 11, 2021

Caique (Viettel FC vs Kaya FC-Iloilo)

In a nightmare few minutes for Kaya FC-Iloilo they were reduced to nine men, with the second dismissal leading to the only goal of the game. From just outside the penalty area, Caique curled his free-kick over the wall and beyond the reach of the outstretched Zach Banzon for his third goal of the campaign.


Kazuki Kozuka – Kawasaki Frontale
vs Beijing FC, July 11, 2021

Kazuki Kozuka (Kawasaki Frontale vs Beijing FC)

It was another big win for Japanese giants Kawasaki Frontale and with it they bagged some more fine goals. Eight minutes before the interval, Ten Miyagi cut inside from the right, toe-poked the ball to Kazuki Kozuka who displayed expert technique to fire home his side's second goal home with aplomb.

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