Al Hilal were aided by a touch of good fortune as they remained on course for a record fourth AFC Champions League title.
South Korea will definitely be represented in this year's AFC Champions League final -- will it be Ulsan Hyundai or Pohang Steelers in the decider?
Al Hilal and Al Nassr will contest an all-Saudi Arabia semifinal in AFC Champions League 2021 after both eased into the final four on Saturday.
The AFC Champions League 2021 quarterfinals is headlined by an all-South Korean clash between two giants on Sunday.
Overlooked in the scrutiny surrounding Newcastle's ownership is just how good Saudi Arabia's national team has become.
The AFC Champions League 2021 quarter-finals will pit two South Korean giants against each other in Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.
Defending champions Ulsan Hyundai, Nagoya Grampus and Al Hilal are the first three teams to advance into the AFC Champions League quarter-finals.
The Asian Football Confederation has announced that the 2021 AFC Champions League final will be hosted in Saudi Arabia.
Al Hilal have parted ways with talismanic playmaker Sebastian Giovinco, who played a pivotal role in their 2019 AFC Champions League success.
Esteghlal emerged from a tough Group C on the final day of matches while Xavi's Al Sadd couldn't get enough help to advance.
Al Nassr booked their ticket with a win over Al Sadd, while three sides have a shot in Group C. Here's a look ahead of the final day of matches.
Stars like Bafetimbi Gomis and Omar Kharbin will need to turn up their play to salvage their teams' AFC Champions League campaign.
Tournament debutants Istiklol picked up their first-ever win in the AFC Champs League moving them into a share of the top spot in Group A.
Far from diluting the competition pool, the new teams in the expanded AFC Champions League showed they can match up against the tournament's best.
Former champions Al Hilal were held to a 2-2 draw by tournament debutants AGMK from Uzbekistan.
Ahead of the start of West Zone action in AFC Champions League 2021, we look at the five major talkings points from Asia's premier club competition.
Defending champions Al Hilal, which had 15 players test positive for COVID-19 last week, was forced to withdraw from the AFC Champions League.
With 15 players in quarantine Al Hilal managed to secure the point they needed to advance to the knockout stages.
Al Hilal, fielding a weakened roster after several players tested positive for COVID-19, settled for a 1-1 draw against Pakhtakor Tashkent.
Al Hilal picked up where they left off in the AFC Champions League with a win over Pakhtakor as the West Zone resumed play after a six-month delay.
Santi Cazorla joining Al Sadd could cause a shift in the West Zone as numerous clubs look to unseat Al Hilal's reign at the top.
Here's everything that has happened in the West Zone over the past six months as Saudi giants Al Hilal look to continue their run.
Monterrey won their FIFA Club World Cup third-place play off against Al-Hilal on penalties following a 2-2 draw in regular time on Saturday.
Brazilian champs Flamengo came from behind to beat Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal 3-1 on Tuesday and book their place in the final of the Club World Cup.
A goal by substitute Bafetimbi Gomis gave Asian champions Al Hilal a 1-0 win over Esperance and took them into the Club World Cup semifinals.