Kuala Lumpur: As the resumption of the 2020 AFC Champions League draws ever closer, the remainder of the year will give some of Asia's brightest young stars the chance to shine in the Continent's most prestigious club competition.
With that in mind, this week's '5 of the Best' sees the-AFC.com wind back the clock to look at the emerging talent who have risen to prominence in years gone by as we shine the spotlight on teenage goalscorers.
Among the contenders are players who have gone on to win the English Premier League and represent one of the Netherlands' biggest sides after first showing their promise in the AFC Champions League. After reviewing the nominees, tell us your favourite at the foot of the article.
Kuala Lumpur: It's goals galore again from the AFC Champions League as we highlight 10 more incredible efforts from the past decade and ask you, the fans, to vote for your favourite.
After the first semi-final garnered more than 100,000 votes and five players progressed to next week's final, the-AFC.com brings you more fabulous goals from the years between 2010 and 2019.
Featuring a range of delightful chips, teams goals, long-range screamers and much more, enjoy the trip down memory lane and don't forget to vote for your favourite at the bottom of the article. The top five will advance to next week's grand finale.
Kuala Lumpur: As excitement continues to build for the return of the AFC Champions League in September, the-AFC.com asks you, the fans, to vote for your favourite goal in the competition from the past decade.
Looking back at the tournaments from 2010 to 2019, we've selected 20 of the best goals scored in Asia's biggest club competition and now ask you to tell us your favourite, which will be announced ahead of the AFC Champions League's resumption next month.
Splitting them into two semi-finals with 10 goals apiece, our first offering features stunning solo efforts, thunderbolts from distance and much more, so enjoy the trip down memory lane and cast your vote at the bottom of the article. The top five highest rated will progress to September's finale!
Brighton: Australia international midfielder Aaron Mooy has left Brighton and Hove Albion to sign for Chinese Super League (CSL) side Shanghai SIPG, the English Premier League club announced on Friday.
The 29-year-old departs after a season at the Amex Stadium having joined Brighton from Huddersfield Town and moves to the 2018 CSL champions ahead of their involvement in the 2020 AFC Champions League.