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AFC Champions League 2009 knockout stage

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AFC Champions League 2009 knockout stage

Bracket

Note: while the bracket below shows the entire knockout stage, the draw for the round of 16 matches was determined at the time of the group draw, and kept teams from East and West Asia completely separate for that round.

The draw for the quarter-finals and beyond was held separately, and placed no restrictions on which teams could meet.

Round of 16

The draw for the round of 16 of the 2009 AFC Champions League was held on 7 January 2009, along with the draw for the group stage.

West Asia

26 May 2009
20:55 (UTC+3)
Al-Hilal Saudi Arabia 0 – 0 (a.e.t.) Qatar Umm-Salal
Report
  Penalties  
Rădoi Penalty scored
Seol Penalty scored
El Taib Penalty missed
Al-Swaileh Penalty scored
Al-Shalhoub Penalty missed
3 – 4 Penalty missed Ben Askar
Penalty scored Al-Noubi
Penalty scored Magno Alves
Penalty scored Husain
Penalty scored Nadiya
King Fahd Stadium, Riyadh
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Hiroyoshi Takayama (Japan)

27 May 2009
17:00 (UTC+4:30)
Persepolis Iran 0 – 1 Uzbekistan Bunyodkor
Report Rivaldo Goal 41' (pen.)
Azadi Stadium, Tehran
Attendance: 95,225
Referee: Kim Dong-Jin (Korea Republic)

27 May 2009
20:55 (UTC+3)
Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabia 2 – 1 Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab
Al-Muwallad Goal 46'
Aboucherouane Goal 90+3'
Report Bin Saran Goal 18'
Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Valentin Kovalenko (Uzbekistan)

27 May 2009
20:30 (UTC+3)
Al-Ettifaq Saudi Arabia 1 – 2 Uzbekistan Pakhtakor
Tagoe Goal 32' Report Z. Tadjiyev Goal 79'
Geynrikh Goal 90+1'
Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium, Dammam
Attendance: 6,527
Referee: Sun Baojie (China)

East Asia

24 June 2009
19:00 (UTC+9)
Nagoya Grampus Japan 2 – 1 South Korea Suwon Bluewings
Ogawa Goal 22'
Tamada Goal 66'
Report Edu Goal 69'

24 June 2009
19:00 (UTC+9)
Gamba Osaka Japan 2 – 3 Japan Kawasaki Frontale
Leandro Goal 27'39' Report K. Nakamura Goal 33'
Renatinho Goal 76'
Kurotsu Goal 85'
Osaka Expo '70 Stadium, Suita
Attendance: 14,128
Referee: Ali Al-Badwawi (UAE)


24 June 2009
19:30 (UTC+9)
Pohang Steelers South Korea 6 – 0 Australia Newcastle United Jets
Denilson Goal 9' (pen.)
Choi Hyo-Jin Goal 15'63'72'
Kim Jae-Sung Goal 56'
Ristić Goal 85'
Report

Quarter-finals

The draw for the quarter-finals and the remaining knockout rounds took place at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on June 29, 2009.

First leg

23 September 2009
15:00 (UTC+9)
Kawasaki Frontale Japan 2 – 1 Japan Nagoya Grampus
K. Nakamura Goal 60'
Juninho Goal 63'
Report Kennedy Goal 28'
National Stadium, Tokyo[1]
Attendance: 17,939
Referee: Sun Baojie (China)

23 September 2009
17:00 (UTC+5)
Bunyodkor Uzbekistan 3 – 1 South Korea Pohang Steelers
Karpenko Goal 29'
Djeparov Goal 79'85'
Report Noh Byung-Joon Goal 7'
JAR Stadium, Tashkent
Attendance: 8,350
Referee: Khalil Al-Ghamdi (Saudi Arabia)

23 September 2009
18:45 (UTC+3)
Umm-Salal Qatar 3 – 2 South Korea FC Seoul
Alves Goal 55'85'
Fabio Cesar Goal 84'
Report Jung Jo-Gook Goal 3'45'
Qatar SC Stadium, Doha
Attendance: 7,139
Referee: Masoud Moradi (Iran)

24 September 2009
18:30 (UTC+5)
Pakhtakor Uzbekistan 1 – 1 Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad
Nikolić Goal 6' Report Al-Saqri Goal 71'

Second leg

30 September 2009
18:30 (UTC+9)
Pohang Steelers South Korea 4 – 1 (a.e.t.) Uzbekistan Bunyodkor
Kim Jae-Sung Goal 46'
Denilson Goal 57'77'
Stevo Goal 102'
Report Victor Karpenko Goal 89'
Steelyard Stadium, Pohang
Attendance: 16,252
Referee: Muhsen Basma (Syria)

Pohang Steelers won 5–4 on aggregate.


30 September 2009
19:00 (UTC+9)
Nagoya Grampus Japan 3 – 1 Japan Kawasaki Frontale
Ogawa Goal 26'
Yoshida Goal 35'
Kennedy Goal 88'
Report Chong Tese Goal 38'
Mizuho Athletic Stadium, Nagoya
Attendance: 8,796
Referee: Abdullah Balideh (Qatar)

Nagoya Grampus won 4–3 on aggregate.


30 September 2009
20:30 (UTC+9)
FC Seoul South Korea 1 – 1 Qatar Umm-Salal
Damjanovic Goal 16' Report Askar Goal 14'
Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
Attendance: 15,348
Referee: Masaaki Toma (Japan)

Umm-Salal won 4–3 on aggregate.


30 September 2009
20:10 (UTC+3)
Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabia 4 – 0 Uzbekistan Pakhtakor
Al-Nemri Goal 43'
Chermiti Goal 55'
Aboucherouane Goal 71'
Noor Goal 76'
Report

Al-Ittihad won 5–1 on aggregate.

Semi-finals

First leg

21 October 2009
19:30 (UTC+9)
Pohang Steelers South Korea 2 – 0 Qatar Umm-Salal
Hwang Jae-Won Goal 45+2'
Kim Jae-Sung Goal 79'
Report
Steelyard Stadium, Pohang
Attendance: 15,635
Referee: Abdullah Al-Hilali (Oman)

21 October 2009
19:50 (UTC+3)
Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabia 6 – 2 Japan Nagoya Grampus
Ahmed Hadid Goal 24'
Noor Goal 65'76'90+1'
Leguizamón Goal 83'
Chermiti Goal 90+3'
Report Kennedy Goal 14'
N. Nakamura Goal 33'
Prince Abdullah al-Faisal Stadium, Jeddah
Attendance: 18,265
Referee: Ali Al-Badwawi (UAE)

Second leg

28 October 2009
19:00 (UTC+9)
Nagoya Grampus Japan 1 – 2 Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad
Sugimoto Goal 67' Report Al-Saqri Goal 43'
Chermiti Goal 59'
Mizuho Athletic Stadium, Nagoya
Attendance: 11,046
Referee: Masoud Moradi (Iran)

Al-Ittihad won 8–3 on aggregate.


28 October 2009
18:00 (UTC+3)
Umm-Salal Qatar 1 – 2 South Korea Pohang Steelers
Ibrahima Nadiya Goal 90+3' Report Stevo Goal 55'
Noh Byung-Joon Goal 60'
Qatar SC Stadium, Doha
Attendance: 9,200
Referee: Abdul Malik Bashir (Singapore)

Pohang won 4–1 on aggregate.

Final

7 November 2009
19:00 (JST)
Al-Ittihad Saudi Arabia 1 – 2 South Korea Pohang Steelers
Mohammed Noor Goal 74' Report Noh Byung-Joon Goal 57'
Kim Hyung-Il Goal 66'

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