As the AFC Champions League 2021 group stage comes to a close, we look back at the winners and loser from the East Zone.
As the AFC Champions League group stage reaches its final matchday, we take a look at which teams have progressed and which are on the brink.
Johor Darul Ta'zim and Ratchaburi Mitr Phol bowed out of AFC Champions League 2021 on a whimper as a goalless draw epitomised their campaigns.
Former powerhouse Nagoya Grampus notched another win and became the first club from the East Zone to secure a berth in the knockout rounds.
The ASEAN contenders of AFC Champions League 2021 had a Thursday evening to forget, losing three of four matches and conceding 15 goals in total.
All five groups in the AFC Champions League East Zone group stage are now underway, so which of the 20 teams have made the best impression so far?
The Asian Football Confederation have slapped Chiangrai United's Jaja Coelho with a four-year ban for violating anti-doping regulations.
Beijing Guoan FC and FC Tokyo highlight the first 2020 AFC Champions League Round of 16 matches on December 6.
Melbourne's 2-1 win over FC Seoul puts the Victory into the AFC Champions League's knockout stages for the first time since 2016.
Melbourne will face FC Seoul for the group's final spot in the Round of 16 as Chiangrai's first Champs League campaign winds down.
Melbourne Victory have their AFC Champions League fate in their owns hands despite a 2-2 draw with Chiangrai United.
Brazilian forward Bill scored twice as Chiangrai United sunk South Korea's FC Seoul 2-1 Friday for their first-ever AFC Champions League win.
Chiangrai United faced a rude awakening as they ran up against FC Seoul while Shanghai Shenhua's wholesale line change led to a slim win over Tokyo.
With the East Zone set to return, Andres Iniesta, Ki Sung-yueng and Rhyan Grant will be key as their sides seek to reach the finals.
Pathum United remain atop the Thai League 1 table as Buriram United continued to rack up wins by downing defending champs Chiangrai.
Bangkok United FC remain perfect in the Thai top division and beat Suphanburi FC in their first match since play resumed.
Thai League 1 returned after a six month hiatus, but the restart immediately hit snags as some matches were suspended due to a positive COVID test.
Melbourne Victory started their AFC Champions League campaign with a 1-0 win over Chiangrai United at AAMI Park.
Paul Murphy shares five wishes for Thailand football in 2018 as the Southeast Asian champions chase a third consecutive AFF Suzuki Cup title.
In a game of four red cards, Vander Luiz was the hero as Chiang Rai United beat Bangkok Glass 4-2 in the Thai FA Cup final on Saturday night.
Goals from Teerasil Dangda and Peerapat Notchaiya earned Muang Thong United a 2-0 win vs. Chiang Rai United in the Thai League Cup final on Wednesday.
Therdsak Chaiman dramatically resigned as coach of Chonburi after their 2-1 home defeat to champions Buriram United on the final day of the season.
Bangkok United and Chiang Rai United set up a winners-takes-all Thai FA Cup final, with entry into AFC Champions League qualifying also on the line.
Ambitious Chiang Rai United have made an audacious bid for a trio of Muang Thong United and Thailand stars, including Theerathon Bunmathan.
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