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 By Jason Dasey

Asian Games could provide lifeline for Tottenham's Son Heung-Min

ESPN FC's Brian McBride talks the club that needs to spend the most before transfer deadline day.

The Indonesian cities of Jakarta and Palembang have emerged as unlikely, but crucial destinations in the topsy-turvy career of South Korean winger Son Heung-Min.

After a disappointing Rio Olympics, and with the 24-year-old reportedly facing an uncertain future at Tottenham Hotspur, the 2018 Asian Games on Indonesian soil are already coming into focus for Korea's top young players.

A gold medal at the multi-sports event would excuse all team members from having to serve the mandatory National Service...

 By John Duerden

Asian football can take heart from European Championship expansion

Before Euro 2016, Asian football fans were, like everyone else, looking forward to watching the likes of Italy, England, Spain, Germany and Portugal. After all, such sides and their stars are familiar.

Teams such as Iceland, Hungary, Wales, Northern Ireland, Slovakia and Republic of Ireland were little-known in the East. But they have since become noticed and feted. 

The celebrations that greeted these six nations -- four of them debuting at the tournament -- sealing spots in the round of 16...

Bengaluru FC make history by reaching quarterfinals of AFC Cup

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Kitchee FC were stunned at home as Bengaluru FC held on for a famous win


Bengaluru FC carved history for themselves by marching into the quarterfinals of the AFC Cup for the first ever time, beating Kitchee SC 3-2 in a pulsating game at the Mong Kok Stadium in Hong Kong. Bengaluru, who are only the fourth team from India to ever reach the quarters, will now play Hong Kong's South China across two legs, on September 13 and September 20. 

Two goals from the captain Sunil Chhetri,  and a winner from Daniel Lalhlimpuia sent the Ashley Westwood-coached team through...