East Asia & ASEAN Wrap: Football returns in Vietnam as cup competition kicks off
Kuala Lumpur: Vietnam became the first country in Southeast Asia to resume competitive football with the first round of the 2020 Vietnamese Cup being held over the weekend.
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors maintained their perfect start to the K League season to claim their third win in a row and move clear at the top, while there were mixed fortunes for the Japanese contingent in Germany's top two divisions.
Elsewhere, the China PR national team took on Shanghai SIPG in a friendly, there are new league leaders in Chinese Taipei and the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) announced its all-time Best XI, so join the-AFC.com as we review the action on and off the pitch across East Asia and ASEAN.
Kuala Lumpur: The 2016 AFC Champions League witnessed some fine attacking displays across the Continent, with a record-equaling tally and two of the competition's greatest goalscorers both going deep into the competition among the highlights.
We're just one position away from finding out who you the fans want as your Best 2016 AFC Champions League XI. The best goalkeeper has been decided, as has your defence and the playmakers in front of them, so now it's time to find the men to lead the line up front.
So, without further ado, here are the eight players in contention for the three places in attack. Review the nominees and then choose your favourites for this all-star XI in the poll below.
Kuala Lumpur: It's hard to beat the feeling of snatching victory from the jaws of defeat at the very last, and this week's '5 of the Best' highlights some of the most dramatic climaxes ever seen in the AFC Champions League.
From elation in Osaka to joy in Jeddah and fantastic finishes in Dubai, Sydney and Tehran, our latest edition shines the spotlight on the magical moments that help make the beautiful game the most watched sport in the world.