Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Cup has seen numerous fabulous goals over the years and the the-AFC.com continues its quest to see which one football fans across Asia believe to be the best from the past decade.
Two new countries enter the AFC Cup Bracket Challenge in our latest edition as we feature wonderful strikes from Bangladeshi and Singaporean clubs.
Bracket Challenge – RO32: Mirlan Murzaev (Dordoi FC) v Sony Norde (Mohun Bagan)
Kuala Lumpur: For the second day in a row, the AFC Cup Bracket Challenge throws up a contest between Central and South Asia and we've got two more outstanding efforts for you.
The-AFC.com's latest offering from the 32-player knockout tournament features a pair of stunning strikes from distance that gave the goalkeepers no chance and brought fans in the stadiums to their feet.
Kuala Lumpur: The Asian Football Confederation's youth tournaments offer the perfect platform for some of Asia's finest young talent to showcase their skills from an early age.
October 24 marks 10 years to the day since the AFC U-16 Championship kicked off in Uzbekistan, where a number of today's biggest stars turned out for their countries as they took the early steps in what have turned out to be fruitful careers.
A decade on since that tournament, which was won by DPR Korea after they defeated the hosts in the final, the-AFC.com takes a look at how some of those involved have progressed.
Riyadh: Al Hilal SFC have acquired the services of Argentine forward Luciano Vietto, the defending Saudi Pro League champions announced on Saturday.
The 26-year-old winger, nicknamed ‘Zorro’, joins 2019 AFC Champions League winners Al Hilal from Portuguese outfit Sporting Lisbon after signing a three-year contract just hours before the closing of the summer transfer window in Saudi Arabia.
AFC Champions League – MVP Memories: Sasa Ognenovski
Osaka: Ahead of the 2020 AFC Champions League (EAST) resumption, the-AFC.com focuses on those who have lit up the competition as they recall their memorable campaigns. This week we feature Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma's 2010-winning captain and tournament MVP, Sasa Ognenovski.
In 2008, as part of the Adelaide United side, Sasa Ognenovski reached Asian club football's grandest stage only to fall at the final hurdle in a comprehensive defeat to Japan's Gamba Osaka.
The imposing centre-back was back two years later, though, this time with Korea Republic's Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, who themselves had suffered a devastating defeat in their previous appearance in the competition climax, at the memorable 2004 showpiece.
And this time, for the big Australian and the K League side, redemption was achieved. Ognenovski speaks exclusively to the-AFC.com as we look back at the 2010 tournament through his eyes.