Kuala Lumpur: It may have been a disrupted start to the 2020 AFC Champions League but in the opening two rounds of fixtures there have still been plenty of standout displays from the big names across Asian football.
With five teams having collected six points from two games, the-AFC.com has selected a star performer from each side and asks you, the fans, to tell us who you think has had the biggest impact by casting your vote at the bottom of the article.
Kuala Lumpur: With two Matchdays completed, the 2020 AFC Champions League takes a break this coming week as the teams recoup and regenerate after an exciting start to the Continent's premier club tournament.
Some teams have yet to open their campaign due to the coronavirus outbreak but several of those who have are already impressing.
So too are the players with Al Hilal's Bafetimbi Gomis continuing from where he left off last season while the talismanic Andres Iniesta has been at the forefront of debutants Vissel Kobe's sparkling start.
Join us as the-AFC.com takes a close look at how the groups stand.
ACL2020 MD2 Toyota Player of the Week: Teruhito Nakagawa
Kuala Lumpur: Yokohama F.Marinos' Teruhito Nakagawa has been named the Toyota Player of the Week for Matchday Two of the 2020 AFC Champions League.
Yokohama F. Marinos forward Teruhito Nakagawa netted a brace to help the J.League champions ease past Australia's Sydney FC 4-0 at home in Wednesday's Group H tie as the 27-year-old picked up this week's top player plaudit.
Nakagawa's two goals came from two shots on target, with his first effort, a deft chip over Sydney FC goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne, nominated for Goal of the Week. The wide forward also created three chances for his teammates.
Suwon: Vissel Kobe star Gotoku Sakai revealed that it was some words between himself and goalscorer Kyogo Furuhashi that resulted in the late winner as the J.League side edged Suwon Samsung Bluewings 1-0 on Wednesday.
Having put five goals past Malaysia's Johor Darul Ta'zim in their AFC Champions League debut on Matchday One, it was a far different test for Vissel Kobe at Suwon World Cup Stadium with two-time Continental champions Suwon proving a tough hurdle to scale.
Indeed, a goalless stalemate looked the most likely outcome until an incisive Sakai run and cross from the left found Furuhashi sliding in to stab home in stoppage time.
Yokohama: It’s been six years since Yokohama F. Marinos last appeared in the AFC Champions League, but judging by their performances in claiming six points from six, their return to the competition is a welcome one.
On Wednesday, Ange Postecoglou’s side followed up an away win at former champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors by dismantling Sydney FC 4-0 in Japan to move six points clear at the Group H summit.