2015 AFC Champions League

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby Alex43 » Wed Aug 26, 2015 11:14 pm

for an AFC, yeah. also the biggest crowd of disappointed fans...

to miss a wide open net, even if the ball was too strong yet perfectly needled through a split instead of being greedy and shooting, and then turn to slam the ground and throw your arms in the air... he actually did well, so i wont complain but to be honest, that was NEVER going to be our strongest lineup and we never would have gotten more than a goal from that.
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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby nzfooty » Sat Aug 29, 2015 3:07 pm

Lekhwiya goalkeeper makes embarrassing error in Al-Hilal defeat – video

Aug 25
Kashiwa Reysol (Japan) 1–3 (China) Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao (Att: 14,030)
Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia) 4–1 (Qatar) Lekhwiya (Att: 1,190)
Aug 26
Jeonbuk (South Korea) 0–0 (Japan) Gamba Osaka (Att: 23,633)
Naft Tehran (Iran) 0–1 (United Arab Emirates) Al-Ahli (Att: 23,300)

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Sep 01, 2015 2:31 am

Only saw it now, but that was some goal from Paulinho for Guangzhou... it made it 2-0 mins before the first half ended.


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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby Alex43 » Tue Sep 01, 2015 10:11 am

nzfooty wrote:Only saw it now, but that was some goal from Paulinho for Guangzhou... it made it 2-0 mins before the first half ended.



that free kick was unstoppable. jeonbuk needs to get through this round, that first. but hopefully so with no more cards. because it will be a blood bath if we make it through and face gwangzhou.
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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby eujin » Tue Sep 01, 2015 5:36 pm

Alex43 wrote:that free kick was unstoppable

A wall perhaps?

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Sep 01, 2015 8:10 pm

eujin wrote:
Alex43 wrote:that free kick was unstoppable

A wall perhaps?


A wall is of no use if the projectile is capable of quantum tunnelling... don't base everything you know about the world on classical physics.

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby Alex43 » Wed Sep 02, 2015 10:37 am

nzfooty wrote:
eujin wrote:
Alex43 wrote:that free kick was unstoppable

A wall perhaps?


A wall is of no use if the projectile is capable of quantum tunnelling... don't base everything you know about the world on classical physics.



the only thing about a wall there is that you would need at least 4, maybe 5 to make it worth anything right? so then all of those players away from the box would have made a big difference right... im sure in the return leg they might add a few more players, maybe even just three guys randomly at 10 yards instead of shoulder to shoulder
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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby nzfooty » Wed Sep 30, 2015 10:55 pm

Semi-final being played now and it's Guangzhou 1-1 Gamba Osaka at HT.
(Results from the QF are here).
Looks like Gamba v Jeonbuk was some match.

In the other semi (played last night):
Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia) 1–1 (United Arab Emirates) Al-Ahli

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby nzfooty » Thu Oct 01, 2015 12:01 am

Guangzhou Evergrande 2 - 1 Gamba Osaka
...........................................0 - 1 (o.g.) Xiaoting Feng 12'
36' Bowen Huang 1 - 1
57' Zhi Zheng 2 - 1

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby nzfooty » Thu Oct 22, 2015 1:19 pm

nzfooty wrote: Guangzhou Evergrande 2 - 1 Gamba Osaka
...........................................0 - 1 (o.g.) Xiaoting Feng 12'
36' Bowen Huang 1 - 1
57' Zhi Zheng 2 - 1


Gamba Osaka 0 Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao 0 (1-2 agg): Scolari's men hold on to reach final

In the other semi:
Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia) 1–1, 2–3 (United Arab Emirates) Al-Ahli


So the final is Guangzhou Evergrande v Al-Ahli (China v UAE). Two years in a row now that Korean team hasn't made it to the final - a rare occurrence.

First match in on Nov 7 in Dubai, with the return leg on Nov 21 in Guangzhou.

2015 AFC Champions League Final article in wiki here.

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby daeguowl » Thu Oct 22, 2015 3:03 pm

nzfooty wrote:So the final is Guangzhou Evergrande v Al-Ahli (China v UAE). Two years in a row now that Korean team hasn't made it to the final - a rare occurrence.


Will be more common now with the east-west split going all the way to the final and Guangzhou being so much richer than everyone else...

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Re: 2015 AFC Champions League

Postby eujin » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:05 am

nzfooty wrote:So the final is Guangzhou Evergrande v Al-Ahli (China v UAE). Two years in a row now that Korean team hasn't made it to the final - a rare occurrence.

Two Korean centre-backs in the final though. Kim Young-gwon and Kwon Kyung-won.


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