Vote for your best AFC Champions League 2020 (West) Team: Forwards
Kuala Lumpur: The 2020 AFC Champions League (West) boasted an array of fine attacking talent with some world-class performers gracing Asia's most prestigious club competition.
Over the past three weeks, fans of Asian football have decided their top goalkeeper, the best defence and the playmakers in midfield, so now it's time to turn our attention to the all-important forward positions in order to find a front trio to complete the Best XI.
Using match data from the tournament, we've selected seven standout performers who completed the 2020 AFC Champions League (West) to present a star-studded cast. All you need to do is review the nominees and vote for your favourite in the poll below.
AFC Champions League – The Expert's View: Dejan Damjanovic
Daegu: AFC Champions League legend Dejan Damjanovic runs the rule over the players and teams who are set to make an impact when the Continental action resumes on November 18.
The tournament's second highest all-time goalscorer, Montengrin striker Dejan Damjanovic is one of the AFC Champions League's most familiar faces having represented FC Seoul, Beijing FC and Suwon Samsung Bluewings in the competition.
Bracket Challenge – RO16: Thiha Zaw (Ayeyawady United) v Nguyen Van Quyet (Hanoi FC)
Kuala Lumpur: The final match-up in the AFC Cup Bracket Challenge Round of 16 will decide the last player to reach the quarter-finals as we continue our quest to find out what you, the fans, consider the greatest goal in the competition from the past decade.
It's another day of regional rivalry, too, as Thiha Zaw of Myanmar's Ayeyawady United faces off against Nguyen Van Quyet from Vietnam's Hanoi FC as the ASEAN stars bid to continue deeper into the tournament.
Lee Seung-gi stars as Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors complete historic double with Korean FA Cup win
Jeonju: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors completed the domestic league and cup double for the first time in the club’s history on Sunday as Lee Seung-gi struck twice to hand Ulsan Hyundai a 2-1 defeat in the second leg of the 2020 Korean FA Cup final to secure a 3-2 aggregate victory.
Jeonbuk won the trophy for the first time since 2016 and the fourth time in total to add it to the K League title they won this year, when they also pipped Kim Do-hoon’s side to the crown.
The Korean FA Cup win means Jose Morais’ team will travel to Qatar for the 2020 AFC Champions League later this month looking to sweep the board of trophies available to them.
Suzhou: Guangzhou Evergrande’s quest to claim a record-extending ninth Chinese Super League title in 10 seasons will rest on the second leg of their 2020 championship playoff against Jiangsu Suning after the teams played out a goalless draw in Suzhou on Sunday.
Neither side was able to find a way through during the opening 90 minutes of the two-legged playoff, leaving the outcome of the 2020 season in the balance going into Thursday’s return clash.
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies seal Nadeshiko League title
Saitama: Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies are the champions of Japan’s Nadeshiko League for a fourth time, wrapping up the 2020 title two games early by defeating FC Ehime 5-1 on Sunday.
Needing a win to take an insurmountable eight-point lead on the league table, Urawa piled on four first-half goals to put their championship success beyond doubt, ending the dominance of Nippon TV Beleza, who had won the previous five league titles.
Urawa’s title win means they will enter the inaugural season of the newly formed, professional WE League as Japan’s defending champions.