Vote for your Best Goal of 2021 AFC Champions League Matchday Three (East)
Bangkok: It was another goal-packed Matchday in the 2021 AFC Champions League (East) with plenty of stunning strikes coming in the third round of Group Stage fixtures from the host cities of Bangkok, Buriram, Pathum Thani and Tashkent.
The-AFC.com has picked five of the best for you to choose your favourite, so cast a vote at the foot of the article to let us know!
2021 AFC Champions League (East): 5 Things To Look Out For
Kuala Lumpur: The midway point of the 2021 AFC Champions League (East) group stage is upon us and the five tables have taken shape as the teams continue their quests for places in the knockout rounds in the coming days.
Featuring the Osaka giants, a top scorer candidate and a side desperate for their first AFC Champions League goal, the-AFC.com has selected five things to look out for ahead of the matches.
Vidmar pleased with vital three points as BG Pathum United revive AFC Champions League campaign
Bangkok: BG Pathum United head coach Aurelio Vidmar was more than pleased with his side’s resilience and determination in their 2-0 win against Viettel FC in their 2021 AFC Champions League tie on Friday.
A goal in each half secured Thailand's BG Pathum United the vital win which saw them overtake Vietnam's Viettel FC into second place in Group F with six points. Defending champions Ulsan Hyundai FC lead with nine points.
Oniki wants to keep the goals flowing after Kawasaki Frontale’s AFC Champions League avalanche
Tashkent: Kawasaki Frontale head coach Toru Oniki has vowed to keep the goals coming after his side powered to a 8-0 win over United City FC on Friday.
The defending J1 League champions totally overpowered their opponents, with Kento Tachibanada bagging a hat-trick as they piled on six second half goals.
Among the favourites to contest the final this season, Kawasaki have now scored 18 goals in just three matches, making them the tournament’s highest-scoring side team, even taking into account the West Zone where 20 teams completed a six-match schedule in May.