Bracket Challenge – Quarter-Final: Nguyen Quang Hai (Hanoi FC) vs Mehtab Hossain (East Bengal)
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Cup Bracket Challenge is back with two more fantastic goals as we ask you, the fans, to vote for your favourite goal from the Continental competition over the past 10 years.
The next quarter-final pits ASEAN against South Asia with a delightful curling free-kick from Hanoi FC's Nguyen Quang Hai in 2019 taking on a lovely finish from East Bengal's Mehtab Hossain from 2013 as Vietnam and India go head to head.
Bracket Challenge – Quarter-Final: Safawi Rasid (JDT) vs Lam Ka Wai (Kitchee SC)
Kuala Lumpur: As the AFC Cup Bracket Challenge draws ever closer to its conclusion, the-AFC.com presents you with another couple of stunning efforts from years gone by in the second quarter-final.
For the second successive day, the last eight features a contest between Malaysia and Hong Kong as Safawi Rasid's piledriver for Johor Darul Ta'zim in 2018 goes up against lovely effort by Kitchee SC's Lam Ka Wai from 2014.
Vote for your AFC International Player of the Week
Kuala Lumpur: After last week’s poll produced a maiden female winner, the search for the best performing Asian footballer outside the continent continues with a new batch of candidates.
In this week’s list of Asian world-beaters, a teenager helps bring down one of the world’s biggest clubs, a regular nominee shows why he has been voted his club’s player of the season, plus goals in England, Portugal, Belgium and Sweden
Who deserves the title of AFC International Player of the Week? Here are our contenders from November 4 to 10.
Dubai: Bahrain came from a goal down to defeat Lebanon 3-1 in an international friendly match at the Dubai Police Officers Club Stadium on Thursday.
The win was the second consecutive victory for Hélio Sousa’s side, having defeated Tajikistan 1-0 last Saturday, while Lebanon suffered their first defeat under the guidance of new head coach Jamal Taha.
Vote for your best AFC Champions League 2020 (West): Head Coach
Dubai: As we edge closer to the resumption of the 2020 AFC Champions League with the East matches taking place in Doha over the next few weeks, head coaches of the 16 participating teams hope to create names for themselves in the competition as those from West Asia groups did earlier in the year.
the-AFC.com looks at four head coaches from four different nations who led their respective sides into the quarter-finals of the 2020 AFC Champions League (West), navigating various challenges and proving their worth as some of the finest in the continent in 2020.