West Asia Domestic Wrap: Al Hilal tighten grip, Shabab Al Ahli held
Riyadh: Saudi Pro League leaders Al Hilal SFC continued their winning ways as they widened the gap at the top to eight points after registering their 15th win of the season.
Shabab Al Ahli Dubai maintained their position at the top of the UAE Pro League despite being held to a draw while Qatar Stars League pacesetters Al Duhail registered a late win to remain ahead.
Air Force Club dropped their first points of the season but remained at the top of the Iraqi Premier League standings while Jordan champions Al Faisaly had a slow start. Join the-AFC.com as we review the latest domestic action in West Asia.
South Asia Domestic Wrap: ATK, Chennaiyin set up final date
Mumbai: ATK FC joined Chennaiyin FC in the Indian Super League final after coming from behind to overcome Bengaluru FC in the two-leg semi-finals on Sunday.
Chennaiyin advanced despite losing 4-2 to FC Goa on Saturday, winning 6-5 on aggregate.
Also in India, Mohun Bagan all but sealed the I-League title following a 1-1 draw with Chennai City FC while in Bangladesh, defending champions Bashundhara Kings suffered their first defeat of the season. Join the-AFC.com as we review the domestic action in South Asia.
Where are they now? FC Nasaf’s 2011 AFC Cup winners
Bishkek: They were the history-makers. Uzbekistan had been Asian Games champions in 1994 and have since won an AFC U23 Championship title in 2018, but FC Nasaf’s 2011 AFC Cup success makes the Karshi club the only team from the nation to have lifted a major Asian club title.
Led by Ukrainian head coach Anatoliy Demyanenko, Nasaf’s 2-1 win over Kuwait SC in the final earned the club from Uzbekistan’s south – who have never won the league title in their homeland – a priceless victory.
Kuala Lumpur: Just two matches took place in the 2020 AFC Champions League last week, but fans in Malaysia and Australia enjoyed a pair of action-packed ties.
With Johor Darul Ta'zim defeating Suwon Samsung Bluewings in Group G to win their first-ever AFC Champions League game at Sultan Ibrahim Stadium and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors scoring late to secure a draw against Sydney FC in Group H, the-AFC.com looks back at the week in numbers.