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JAPANESE J1 LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Cerezo Osaka 10 10 6 40
7 Kashima 11 6 9 39
8 Vissel Kobe 10 6 10 36
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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
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Tianjin Quanjian beaten 2-0 by Kashima Antlers in AFC Champions League quarterfinal first leg

Tianjin Quanjian coach Paulo Sousa was left lamenting the absence of Axel Witsel and Anthony Modeste as his side suffered a 2-0 defeat in the first leg of their Asian Champions League quarterfinal against Japan's Kashima Antlers on Tuesday.

Goals form Brazilian duo Leo Silva and Serginho secured Kashima a significant advantage in front of their own fans.

Witsel left Tianjin this month to join Borussia Dortmund while Modeste is reported to be engaged in a contract dispute and was not selected...

Kashima Antlers eliminate Hulk and Shanghai SIPG from Asian Champions League

Kashima Antlers celebrate after scoring a goal against Shanghai SIPG in the Asian Champions League.
Kashima Antlers players celebrate after scoring a goal against Shanghai SIPG in the ACL.

Japan's Kashima Antlers booked their place in the quarterfinals of the Asian Champions League on Wednesday evening, securing a 4-3 aggregate win over Shanghai SIPG despite losing 2-1 in their meeting in China on Wednesday evening.

With the win, Kashima qualified for the last eight of the competition for the first time since 2008 and won a tie in the knockout rounds for the first time since the Asian Champions League was created in 2002.

SIPG crashed out despite a brace from Brazilian Hulk, who returned...

 By AAP

Sydney FC snatch vital Asian Champions League draw in Kashima

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Sydney FCSydney FC
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Matt Simon broke his two-year goal drought to give Sydney FC's disastrous Asian Champions League campaign a lifeline.

The Sky Blues drew 1-1 with Group H leaders Kashima Antlers in Japan on Tuesday night, falling behind to another set piece before a stirring second-half fightback paved the way for Simon's 70th-minute equaliser.

It was the striker's first ACL goal in nine years and one that could yet help the reigning A-League champions return from the brink.

That will depend how second-placed Suwon...

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Kashima Antlers sink Sydney FC deeper into Asian Champions League trouble

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Sydney FC have left themselves with an Asian Champions League mountain to climb after a 2-0 home defeat to J-League powerhouse Kashima Antlers.

The Group H leaders were too much for Sydney, who were left with a single point from three games.

Shoma Doi and Naomichi Ueda scored for Kashima as ex-Western Sydney Wanderers coach Tony Popovic and his assistant Zeljko Kalac watched from the Allianz Stadium stands on Wednesday night.

The win lifts Kashima to seven points with Sydney hopeful Suwon Bluewings...

Kashima Antlers fail to win J-League title with Kashiwa Reysol draw

Kashima Antlers dejected
Kashima Antlers look dejected at the final whistle.

Kashima Antlers missed a chance to secure their record ninth J-League title on Sunday after being held to a 0-0 draw at home against Kashiwa Reysol.

A win for Antlers would have secured the title with one game remaining.

Kashima are five points clear of second-placed Kawasaki Frontale, who must beat newly crowned Asian Champions League winners Urawa Reds away on Wednesday to keep their own title hopes alive.

Antlers' final game of the season is away to Jubilo Iwata on Dec. 2, while Kawasaki are...