TEHRAN, Oct. 16 (MNA) – The final match of the 2020 edition of the AFC Champions League will be held in Qatar’s Doha on December 19.
Iran’s Persepolis football team booked a place in the AFC Champions League semi-final for the third time in four years with a win over Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan.
Head coach Abdulghani Shahd has his eyes set on writing history for Iraqi football as his Al-Shorta side takes on Esteghlal in a do-or-die Group A clash.
Iraqi midfielder Bashar Resan scored from the spot early in the second half as Iran’s Persepolis edged Al Taawoun 1-0 at the AFC Champions League (ACL) in Doha, Qatar.
Saudi Arabia’s Al-Taawoun FC announced the appointment of Frenchman Patrice Carteron as its new head coach.
A late Shojae Khalilzadeh goal earned Iran’s Persepolis a valuable 1-0 victory over Al-Taawoun on Matchday Three of the 2020 AFC Champions League Group C.
Iranian clubs Persepolis and Sepahan will hope to get off to a winning resumption of their AFC Champions League (ACL) campaign on Tuesday.
Iran’s Shahr Khodro FC target its first-ever AFC Champions League win when it faces 2015 runner-up Shabab Al Ahli Dubai FC on Matchday Three of Group B on Monday.
Al Wahda of the UAE has informed the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) that it’s unable to travel to Qatar after several members of the club tested positive for COVID-19.
The final day of the Persian Gulf Pro League season saw Foolad Khuzestan book a place in next year’s AFC Champions League (ACL).