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2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4, R5, R6

Postby nzfooty » Mon Apr 18, 2011 7:28 pm

West Asia

Group A

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Sepahan (Iran)   3  3-0-0  9:2  +7  9
Al-Hilal (S Ara) 3  2-0-1  5:3  +2  6
Al-Gharafa (Qat) 3  0-1-2  0:3  -3  1
Al-Jazira (UAE)  3  0-1-2  2:8  -6  1


20 April
Al-Gharafa (Qatar) v (Iran) Sepahan
Al-Jazira (United Arab Emirates) v (Saudi Arabia) Al-Hilal

Group B

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Al-Sadd (Qatar)   3  2-1-0  4:2  +2  7
Esteghlal (Iran)  3  1-1-1  6:5  +1  4
Al-Nassr (S Arab) 3  1-1-1  4:4   0  4
Pakhtakor (Uzb)   3  0-1-2  3:4  -1  1


19 April
Pakhtakor (Uzbekistan) v (Iran) Esteghlal
Al-Nassr (Saudi Arabia) v (Qatar) Al-Sadd

Group C

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Al-Ittihad (S A) 3  3-0-0  7:1  +6  9
Bunyodkor (Uzb)  3  0-2-1  1:2  -1  2
Persepolis (Irn) 3  0-2-1  2:4  -2  2
Al-Wahda (UAE)   3  0-2-1  2:5  -3  2


20 April

Persepolis (Iran) v (Uzbekistan) Bunyodkor
Al-Ittihad (Saudi Arabia) v (United Arab Emirates) Al-Wahda

Group D

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Zob Ahan (Iran)   3  2-1-0  5:2  +3  7
Al-Shabab (S Ara) 3  1-2-0  5:2  +3  5
Emirates (UAE)    3  1-0-2  4:6  -2  3
Al-Rayyan (Qatar) 3  0-1-2  2:6  -4  1


19 April
Emirates (UAE) v (Saudi Arabia) Al-Shabab
Zob Ahan (Iran) v (Qatar) Al-Rayyan

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby nzfooty » Mon Apr 18, 2011 7:36 pm

East Asia

Group E

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Tianjin Teda   3  2-1-0  4:2  +2  7
Jeju United    3  2-0-1  4:3  +1  6
Gamba Osaka    3  1-0-2  7:5  +2  3
Melbourne V    3  0-1-2  3:8  -5  1


20 April
Melbourne Victory v Tianjin Teda
Gamba Osaka v Jeju United

Group F

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FC Seoul   3   2-1-0  5:1  +4  7
Hangzhou   3   1-1-1  2:3  -1  4
Nagoya     3   1-1-1  5:3  +2  4
Al-Ain     3   0-1-2  0:5  -5  1


19 April
FC Seoul v Nagoya Grampus
Al-Ain v Hangzhou Greentown


Group G

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Cerezo Osaka    3  2-0-1  3:3   0  6
Jeonbuk         3  2-0-1  5:1  +4  6
Shandong Luneng 3  1-1-1  3:2  +1  4
Arema           3  0-1-2  2:7  -5  1


20 April
Shandong Luneng v Arema
Jeonbuk v Cerezo Osaka


Group H

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Suwon Bluewings 3  1-2-0  5:1  +4  5
Kashima Antlers 3  1-2-0  4:1  +3  5
Sydney FC       3  0-2-1  1:4  -3  2
Shanghai S      3  0-2-1  1:5  -4  2


19 April
Kashima Antlers v Suwon Samsung Bluewings
Shanghai Shenhua v Sydney FC

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby sjc_three » Tue Apr 19, 2011 10:48 am

Key round. Every Korean team can pretty much put the group stages to bed here if they get the right result.

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby nzfooty » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:28 pm

sjc_three wrote:Key round. Every Korean team can pretty much put the group stages to bed here if they get the right result.


Unfortunately Suwon failed to do this, and it seems group H will come down to goal difference (though to be fair, Sydney and Shanghai Shenhua are still in it).

Group H

Kashima Antlers 1-1 Suwon Samsung Bluewings



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Suwon Bluewings 4  1-3-0  6:2  +4  6
Kashima Antlers 4  1-3-0  5:2  +3  6
Sydney FC       3  0-2-1  1:4  -3  2
Shanghai S      3  0-2-1  1:5  -4  2



19 April
Shanghai Shenhua v Sydney FC

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby TokenAussie » Tue Apr 19, 2011 9:52 pm

Suwon got 1 point! :smt004

Look's like the Sydney FC- Suwon match up may be even more key come the end of the month if they pick 1 or more points away to Shanghai tonight! :smt081 Go Sydney! :smt109

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby TokenAussie » Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:01 pm

Cool! :-D 1-1 at half-time! :smt110 Shock win to Sydney in Shanghai- here we go!

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby TokenAussie » Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:55 pm

3 points Sydney! :smt004 :smt004 :smt004 :smt004

See you in Suwon for a great match-up!

Inspiration for the Victory team tomorrow night too! :smt114

Shanghai played well tonight but often fell down or otherwise complained when they lost possession of the ball. They gave as good as they got in tackles and many decisions went their way. Great goal for Sydney though in the last minutes (best goal of the ACL so far). :smt109

Now , Victory get inspired and thrash Tianjin Teda at home. They don't have nearly the same desire at this stage of the group!
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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby TokenAussie » Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:02 am


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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby nzfooty » Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:08 am

TokenAussie wrote:3 points Sydney! :smt004 :smt004 :smt004 :smt004

See you in Suwon for a great match-up!

Inspiration for the Victory team tomorrow night too! :smt114


Yeah that's a nice win for Sydney. They were twice behind in this match so to come back
and win it right at the end suggests that they have decent fighting spirit. They've made this group more interesting.
Still, given the remaining fixtures you really have to fancy Suwon and Kashima to go through.

Group H

Kashima Antlers 1 - 1 Suwon
Shanghai Shenhua 2 - 3 Sydney FC

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Suwon Bluewings 4  1-3-0  6:2  +4  6
Kashima Antlers 4  1-3-0  5:2  +3  6
Sydney FC       4  1-2-1  4:6  -2  5
Shanghai S      4  0-2-2  3:8  -5  2



3 May 2011
Kashima Antlers v Shanghai Shenhua
Suwon Samsung Bluewings v Sydney FC

10 May 2011

Kashima Antlers v Sydney FC
Shanghai Shenhua v Suwon Samsung Bluewings

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby nzfooty » Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:12 am

sjc_three wrote:Key round. Every Korean team can pretty much put the group stages to bed here if they get the right result.


I think you've jinxed them tonight.

Group F

FC Seoul 0 - 2 Nagoya Grampus
Al-Ain v Hangzhou Greentown

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Nagoya     4   2-1-1  7:3  +4  7
FC Seoul   4   2-1-1  5:3  +2  7
Hangzhou   3   1-1-1  2:3  -1  4
Al-Ain     3   0-1-2  0:5  -5  1

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby just because » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:33 am

Seoul were pretty crappy....it seems that their Korean players are just not doing the job and the second gaol for Nagoya was amateur hour with Seoul gifting them the goal.

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby TokenAussie » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:36 am

3 May 2011
Kashima Antlers v Shanghai Shenhua
Suwon Samsung Bluewings v Sydney FC

10 May 2011

Kashima Antlers v Sydney FC
Shanghai Shenhua v Suwon Samsung Bluewings


Tips for next two rounds:

Sydney 2-1 Suwon :smt115
Kashima 3-1 Shanghai :smt112

Sydney 1-0 Kashima :alien:
Shanghai 1-1 Suwon :smt106
See you at the Suwon game! PM me if you want to go.

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby nzfooty » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:31 am

Group F

FC Seoul 0 - 2 Nagoya Grampus
Al-Ain 1 - 0 Hangzhou Greentown

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Nagoya     4   2-1-1  7:3  +4  7
FC Seoul   4   2-1-1  5:3  +2  7
Al-Ain     4   1-1-2  1:5  -4  4
Hangzhou   4   1-1-2  2:4  -2  4



4 May
Nagoya Grampus v Hangzhou Greentown
FC Seoul v Al-Ain

11 May
Hangzhou Greentown v FC Seoul
Al-Ain v Nagoya Grampus

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby daeguowl » Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:51 am

Seoul were an absolute disaster...Nagoya were not very adventurous and didn't seem like a particularly good team, but Seoul continued to be useless in the final third and made individual mistakes to contribute to both of Nagoya's goals.

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Re: 2011 AFC CL Group Stage R4

Postby theglobalgnome » Wed Apr 20, 2011 2:25 pm

daeguowl wrote:Seoul were an absolute disaster...Nagoya were not very adventurous and didn't seem like a particularly good team


Perhaps I was swayed by the occasion of my first Champions League game (on any continent), or finally, 20 years after Stojkovic moved to Marseille and thus missed Red Star Belgrade's pre-season friendly with my home-town side Merthyr Tydfil, being in the same stadium as the legendary Serb, but I really enjoyed this game.

I agree that Seoul were fairly useless in the final third, although I did think they were very entertaining in getting there, and that the Japanese were unadventurous. To say Nagoya weren't a particularly good team is bit harsh. Their excellent defending contributed as much as Seoul's ineptitude to the home-side not scoring, and they played very neat football in around Seoul's penalty area on the few occasions they did attack.

Massive cock-up -another entrant to the rapidly filling Kang Min-Hyuk Hall of Horror?- for the second goal and that was game over.


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