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Sydney FC faces 'season-defining' Champions League clash vs. Shandong

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Sydney FC scored an important away goal against Shandong Luneng in last week's first leg.

Coach Graham Arnold has branded Sydney FC's Asian Champions League clash with Shandong Luneng as season-defining, declaring his team has the firepower to win through to the final eight.

Sydney host the Chinese Super League side in Wednesday night's second round-of-16 leg at Allianz Stadium with a favourable 1-1 away draw under their belts.

After a disappointing A-League season devoid of finals action, the Sky Blues have made club history in Asia by topping the tournament's group of death.


Sydney FC favourites to advance in Asian Champions League - Carney

Sydney FC secured a 1-all draw against Chinese side, Shandong Luneng in the first match of the AFC Champions League Round of 16.

SYDNEY -- Coach Graham Arnold has his team at a 60-40 advantage, and winger David Carney reckons Sydney FC are in the driver's seat in their bid to reach the last eight in the Asian Champions League.

The Sky Blues hold an away goal and the balance of power ahead of next week's home leg in their round-of-16 clash with Shandong Luneng, with David Carney's first-half header ensured a 1-1 draw on Wednesday night in Jinan, China.

It's a major boost for Arnold's A-League side who, after a forgettable...

Sydney FC score precious away goal in Shandong Luneng draw in ACL

Sydney FC secured a 1-all draw against Chinese side, Shandong Luneng in the first match of the AFC Champions League Round of 16.
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Sydney FC took a small step towards the quarterfinals of the 2016 Asian Champions League with a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Shandong Luneng in the first leg of their Round of 16 clash in China on Wednesday night.

The Australians were the happier of the two teams when the final whistle sounded at the Jinan Olympic Sports Center Stadium.

Although David Carney's first half opener had been cancelled out by Diego Tardelli after the break, the Chinese Super League side felt that had done more than enough...

Melbourne Victory held by Jeonbuk in Archie Thompson's home farewell

 Archie Thompson, Melbourne Victory in his final home game in AFC Champions League vs. Jeonbuk Motors
Archie Thompson has played for Melbourne Victory since 2005, but had a quiet game against Jeonbuk.

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Archie Thompson's final home appearance for Melbourne Victory after 11 years ended in a 1-1 draw against Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors on Tuesday night in an AFC Champions League (ACL) Round of 16 first leg tie at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.

It means that the Koreans have the upper hand ahead of the second leg in Jeonju on May 24.

Besart Berisha gave Victory the ideal start in the fifth minute before a brilliant free-kick from Leonardo in the 13th minute levelled the scores.

The 2015 A-League champions...

Sydney relishing first-ever ACL round of 16 chance vs. Shandong Luneng

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Graham Arnold is expect a tough battle despite Shandong Luneng's lowly position in the Chinese Super League.

Head coach Graham Arnold hopes Sydney FC can pick apart Shandong Luneng's defensive weaknesses when his side enter uncharted Asian Champions League territory.

Sydney play in the club's maiden ACL knockout match in China on Wednesday night, against Shandong Luneng in the first of two legs of a round of 16 clash.

With a quarterfinals spot at stake, Arnold flew to China ahead of his squad so he could watch the Chinese Super League (CSL) outfit, who are struggling in the competition, sitting third from...