Tractor FC struck late to salvage a 3-3 draw against Pakhtakor Tashkent after all six goals were scored in the second half.
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.
A late header from Issa Alekasir was all the scoring Persepolis needed to advance to the West Zone quarterfinals.
The final day of play started with all four teams from Group C still vying for the last two spots in the knockout rounds.
Saudi Arabia's Al Nassr FC on Friday secured a place in the knockout stages of AFC Champions League after a 2-0 win against Sepahan SC.
Al Ain managed to grab their first point of the 2020 ACL season in a 3-3 tie against Group D contenders Al Sadd.
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.
Barcelona great Xavi Hernandez has become the latest high profile sportsperson to test positive for coronavirus.
Former Arsenal and Villarreal midfielder Santi Cazorla will now play for Barca great Xavi at Al Sadd in the AFC Champions League.
One day after confirming he turned down an offer to coach Barcelona, Xavi led Al Sadd to Qatar Cup victory over Al Duhail.
A sensational goal from Argentine Leonel Vangioni helped reigning CONCACAF champion Monterrey set up a CWC clash with Liverpool.
Qatari champions Al Sadd converted a free kick given away with a back pass to the goalkeeper to set up a 3-1 extra-time win over Hienghene Sport.
Asia's reigning player of the year has been banned for five months for confronting a referee in the Asian Champions League semifinals.
Many in Spain have tipped Xavi Hernandez to follow in Pep Guardiola's footsteps and return to the Camp Nou as manager.
Madrid-born Gabi played 413 games for Atletico Madrid in two different spells, winning six trophies including the La Liga title.
Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez has penned a new two-year deal with Al-Sadd to extend his stay in Qatar until at least 2020.
Xavi Hernandez, who has played with Al-Sadd in Qatar since leaving Barcelona in 2015, said he hopes to prolong his career into next year.
Former Spanish star Xavi has written the blueprint on late-career success in the Qatar Stars League, one Wesley Sneijder should pay attention to.
Xavi helped Barcelona to three La Liga titles and two Champions League wins in a breathtaking four-year spell under Guardiola.
Xavi Hernandez has agreed a one-year extension to his contract with Al Sadd which will see him remain in Qatar until at least 2018.
"I haven't spoken to him about his contact extension but he knows that Barcelona is the best club in the world for him," Xavi said.