Asian Classics: Park Hang-seo relives Korea Republic’s 2002 FIFA World Cup feat
Hanoi: Park Hang-seo’s achievements as the head coach of Vietnam have captured the imagination of the continent’s football fans and it has slipped the minds of many that he was part of the Korea Republic coaching staff in the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
The first FIFA World Cup to be held in Asia and also the first to be co-hosted - with Korea Republic and Japan sharing the responsibility - it was a tournament that showcased the very best of Asian football.
Asian Classics: IR Iran vs USA (1998 FIFA World Cup)
Kuala Lumpur: From the moment the draw for the 1998 FIFA World Cup Finals was made, the world waited with baited breath for the historic meeting between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States of America.
the-AFC.com looks back at a match that captured global attention and ended with a first-ever Iranian World Cup win.
East Asia & ASEAN Wrap: Seoul slump, Busan secure first win
Kuala Lumpur: FC Seoul dropped into the bottom two in Korea Republic after suffering a sixth successive defeat, while Busan Ipark picked up their maiden win of the campaign and the top two continued their winning runs.
There are new leaders in Vietnam as Song Lam Nghe An moved to the top of the pile, Johor Darul Ta'zim and Tampines Rovers returned to training after a long layoffs in Malaysia and Singapore, while there were a pair of huge results in Chinese Taipei at both ends of the table.
Japanese international Yuya Osako is in desperate relegation trouble in Germany while international teammate Maya Yoshida finally returned to action in Italy and, despite his own good form, things are looking increasingly worrying for China PR's Wu Lei in Spain as RCD Espanyol prop up the standings.
With all that and more, here's the-AFC.com's review of the action from East Asia and ASEAN.
Kuala Lumpur: As the-AFC.com continues to look back on the best performers from recent AFC Champions League campaigns, there is another star-studded cast on offer this week as we ask you, the fans, to name your best midfielders from the 2017 tournament.
Kuala Lumpur: Goals, goals and more goals from the AFC Cup as this week the-AFC.com looks back on five fantastic efforts by some big-name stars from Syria to Singapore.
After featuring fabulous free-kicks, long-range stunners and individual brilliance, this week's edition takes in one of our most popular categories: acrobatic goals. Athletic, exciting and often jaw-dropping, enjoy these magnificent efforts and then select your favourite by voting at the bottom of the article.