Goals from the Asian Champions League

Esteghlal 1 – Al Jazira 1 (Asian Champions League, March 18, 2009) Rozario’s 10th minute opener for Al Jazira was cancelled out by Kazemi on the stroke of halftime.

Kashima Antlers 2 – Shanghai Shenhua 0 (Asian Champions League, March 18, 2009) Takuya Nozawa put the Japanese side ahead just before halftime before Shanghai’s Du Wei saw red midway through the second period. Teenager Yuya Osako then made the points safe for the hosts in the 79th minute.

Tianjin Teda 2 – Central Coast Mariners 2 (Asian Champions League, March 18, 2009) Luis Eber headed the home side in front, Adrian Caceres pulling the Mariners level with a soft strike after the break. Matt Simon then gave Mariners the leadon the hour mark only for Wu Weian to head home a corner to earn the Chinese Super League side earned a point.

Al Ettifaq 2 – Sepahan 1 (Asian Champions League, March 18, 2009)

Al Shabab 2 – Bunyodkor 0 (Asian Champions League, March 18, 2009) Essa Obaid opened the scoring for the hosts after three minutes before Zimbabwe striker Musawekosi Mguni sealed a first win for Al Shabab striking six minutes before the break.


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