Kuala Lumpur: As excitement continues to build for the return of the AFC Champions League in September, the-AFC.com asks you, the fans, to vote for your favourite goal in the competition from the past decade.
Looking back at the tournaments from 2010 to 2019, we've selected 20 of the best goals scored in Asia's biggest club competition and now ask you to tell us your favourite, which will be announced ahead of the AFC Champions League's resumption next month.
Splitting them into two semi-finals with 10 goals apiece, our first offering features stunning solo efforts, thunderbolts from distance and much more, so enjoy the trip down memory lane and cast your vote at the bottom of the article. The top five highest rated will progress to September's finale!
Kuala Lumpur: As is the case across most of Southeast Asia, the passion for football in Malaysia is intense and matches between the top sides can sell out venues the country over as decades-old rivalries continue to excite.
With the Malaysia Super League set to resume on August 22, we continue our 'most popular' series by focusing on the nation's biggest clubs and ask you to vote for your favourite.
Below we've selected six sides based on their success over the years. Review the candidates and tell us which team you like best at the bottom of the article.
Bracket Challenge - Ro32: Ali Daei (IRN) vs Sun Ke (CHN) || Saeed Al Owairan (KSA) vs Kim Jung-woo (KOR)
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Asian Cup has always captivated audiences with its moments of sheer genius, brilliant celebrations and - above all - stunning goals.
Legends and national heroes have made their impact on the Continental stage, and we close off the AFC Asian Cup Bracket Challenge Round of 32 with four iconic goals from Islamic Republic of Iran's Ali Daei, Sun Ke of China PR, Saudi Arabia's Saeed Al Owairan and Kim Jung-woo of Korea Republic.
Who will move on to the next round? Cast your votes below!
Hwang eyes UEFA Champions League following Kazan move
Kazan: Korea Republic international Hwang In-beom has set his sights on taking Rubin Kazan back into the UEFA Champions League after sealing his move to the Russian Premier League side from Vancouver Whitecaps earlier this week.
The 23-year-old completed the formalities of his transfer before embarking on an arduous trek from Canada to his new home on Thursday, where he will play his club football at the Kazan Arena, a venue made famous during the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Kazan hosted six games during the tournament, and most significantly for Hwang’s fans in his homeland, it was the site of Korea Republic’s remarkable 2-0 win over Germany which eliminated the defending champions from the competition.
Now the former Daejon Citizen midfielder and 2018 Asian Games gold medallist is hoping he can help restore Rubin Kazan’s glory days and take the club back into European football’s premier competition.
Doha: Al Duhail added another silverware to their trophy cabinet after claiming their seventh Qatar Stars League on Friday, pipping Al Rayyan in a race that went down to the wire.
Al Duhail went into their final match against Al Ahli just one point ahead of Al Rayyan and Belgium-born Brazilian forward Edmilson Junior was their hero, scoring off a free-kick in the 24th minute to clinch the win they needed.