Kuala Lumpur: The four remaining places in the 2019 AFC Champions League quarter-finals were confirmed last week after the conclusion of the Round of 16 in the West.
The competition will resume in just over a week's time as the eight remaining sides continue their quests to be crowned Continental champions, but before looking ahead to the latter stages, take a look back at the-AFC.com's Week in Numbers.
Riyadh: Al Hilal SFC head coach Razvan Lucescu admitted his side were not at their best in Tuesday’s 1-0 defeat to rivals Al Ahli Saudi FC in the second leg of the 2019 AFC Champions League Round of 16.
Abdulfattah Asiri’s 42nd minute strike was the difference at the final whistle at King Saud University Stadium, but a 4-2 victory in Jeddah a week earlier ensured Al Hilal progressed to the quarter-finals for the seventh time in their history.
Doha: Al Sadd head coach Xavi expressed his delight after the Qatar Stars League champions sealed a place in the 2019 AFC Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday.
Al Sadd saw off the challenge of Qatar rivals Al Duhail, scoring a 3-1 win in the second leg of their Round of 16 tie to advance 4-2 on aggregate.
Strikes by Akram Afif, Abdelkarim Hassan and an own goal by Ahmed Yasser secured Al Sadd the win but Spain and Barcelona legend Xavi said it was a team effort that took Al Sadd to a quarter-final tie against Saudi Arabia's Al Nassr.