2011 AFC Cup knockout stage

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A total of 16 teams, 10 from West Asia and 6 from East Asia, competed in the 2011 AFC Cup knockout stage. They included the 8 group winners and the 8 group runners-up from the group stage.

Each round of this single-elimination tournament was played over one or two matches. In the round of 16, each tie was played in one match, hosted by the winners of each group against the runners-up of another group. In the quarter-finals and semi-finals, each tie was played over two legs on a home-and-away basis. The final was hosted by one of the finalists, decided by draw. The away goals rule (for two-legged ties), extra time (away goals do not apply in extra time) and penalty shootout would be used to decide the winner if necessary.[1]

The matchups for the round of 16 were decided prior to the group stage draw.[2] After the completion of the round of 16, the draw for the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and final was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 7 June 2011.[3] In this draw, the "country protection" rule was applied: if there are exactly two clubs from the same country, they may not face each other in the quarter-finals; however, if there are more than two clubs from the same country, they may face each other in the quarter-finals.

Qualified teams[edit]

Group Winners Runners-up
A Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi India Dempo
B Kuwait Al-Qadsia Uzbekistan Shurtan Guzar
C Iraq Duhok Jordan Al-Faisaly
D Jordan Al-Wehdat Kuwait Al-Kuwait
E Iraq Arbil Lebanon Al-Ahed
F Vietnam Song Lam Nghe An Indonesia Sriwijaya
G Thailand Muangthong United Singapore Tampines Rovers
H Thailand Chonburi Indonesia Persipura Jayapura

Bracket[edit]

While the bracket below shows the entire knockout stage, the draw for the round of 16 matches was determined at the time of the group draw.

The draw for the quarter-finals and beyond was held separately, after the conclusion of the round of 16.

  Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                     
 Thailand Chonburi 3  
 Indonesia Sriwijaya 0  
   Thailand Chonburi 0 1 1(3)  
   Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi (p) 1 0 1(4)  
 Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi 2
 Jordan Al-Faisaly 1  
   Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi 1 1 2  
   Jordan Al-Wehdat 0 1 1  
 Jordan Al-Wehdat 2  
 Uzbekistan Shurtan Guzar 1  
   Jordan Al-Wehdat 5 3 8
   Iraq Duhok 1 0 1  
 Iraq Duhok 1
 India Dempo 0  
   Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi 2
   Kuwait Al-Kuwait 1
 Vietnam Song Lam Nghe An 1  
 Indonesia Persipura Jayapura 3  
   Indonesia Persipura Jayapura 1 0 1
   Iraq Arbil 2 1 3  
 Iraq Arbil (aet) 1
 Singapore Tampines Rovers 0  
   Iraq Arbil 0 3 3
   Kuwait Al-Kuwait 2 3 5  
 Kuwait Al-Qadsia 2(2)  
 Kuwait Al-Kuwait (p) 2(3)  
   Kuwait Al-Kuwait 1 0 1
   Thailand Muangthong United 0 0 0  
 Thailand Muangthong United 4
 Lebanon Al-Ahed 0  

Round of 16[edit]

The matches were played 24–25 May 2011.[4][5]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Nasaf Qarshi Uzbekistan 2–1 Jordan Al-Faisaly
Duhok Iraq 1–0 India Dempo
Al-Qadsia Kuwait 2–2 (aet)
(2–3 p)
Kuwait Al-Kuwait
Al-Wehdat Jordan 2–1 Uzbekistan Shurtan Guzar
Arbil Iraq 1–0 (aet) Singapore Tampines Rovers
Muangthong United Thailand 4–0 Lebanon Al-Ahed
Song Lam Nghe An Vietnam 1–3 Indonesia Persipura Jayapura
Chonburi Thailand 3–0 Indonesia Sriwijaya

Matches[edit]

24 May 2011
19:30 UTC+07:00
Muangthong United Thailand 4 – 0 Lebanon Al-Ahed
Teerasil Goal 50'
Naruphol Goal 52'
Kouakou Goal 61'
Datsakorn Goal 76'
Report
Thunderdome Stadium, Nonthaburi
Attendance: 9,500
Referee: Peter Green (Australia)

24 May 2011
17:00 UTC+03:00
Duhok Iraq 1 – 0 India Dempo
Mushir Goal 18' Report
Duhok Stadium, Duhok
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Saeid Mozaffarizadeh (Iran)

24 May 2011
20:00 UTC+05:00
Nasaf Qarshi Uzbekistan 2 – 1 Jordan Al-Faisaly
Turaev Goal 28'
Shomurodov Goal 56'
Report Hijah Goal 78'
Markaziy Stadium, Qarshi
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Tan Hai (China PR)



25 May 2011
19:00 UTC+07:00
Chonburi Thailand 3 – 0 Indonesia Sriwijaya
Ney Fabiano Goal 18'
Therdsak Goal 29' (pen.)
Natthaphong Goal 83'
Report

25 May 2011
19:00 UTC+03:00
Al-Wehdat Jordan 2 – 1 Uzbekistan Shurtan Guzar
R. Ali Goal 12'
Bahdari Goal 84'
Report Sultonov Goal 23'
King Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Liu Kwok Man (Hong Kong)

Quarter-finals[edit]

The first legs were played 13 September 2011, and the second legs were played 27–28 September 2011.[4]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Persipura Jayapura Indonesia 1–3 Iraq Arbil 1–2 0–1
Chonburi Thailand 1–1 (3–4 p) Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi 0–1 1–0 (aet)
Al-Kuwait Kuwait 1–0 Thailand Muangthong United 1–0 0–0
Al-Wehdat Jordan 8–1 Iraq Duhok 5–1 3–0

First legs[edit]

13 September 2011
15:30 UTC+09:00
Persipura Jayapura Indonesia 1 – 2 Iraq Arbil
Krangar Goal 82' Report Sabah Goal 18'
Mubarak Goal 70'
Mandala Stadium, Jayapura
Attendance: 15,430
Referee: Peter Green (Australia)

13 September 2011
19:00 UTC+07:00
Chonburi Thailand 0 – 1 Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi
Report Bošković Goal 47'


13 September 2011
19:00 UTC+03:00
Al-Wehdat Jordan 5 – 1 Iraq Duhok
Abdel-Fattah Goal 32' (pen.)88'
Abdullah Deeb Goal 72'
Shelbaieh Goal 86'90+3'
Report H. Kareem Goal 14'
King Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Andre El Haddad (Lebanon)

Second legs[edit]

Al-Kuwait won 1–0 on aggregate.


1–1 on aggregate; Nasaf Qarshi won on penalties.


27 September 2011
18:00 UTC+03:00
Arbil Iraq 1 – 0 Indonesia Persipura Jayapura
Radhi Goal 60' Report

Arbil won 3–1 on aggregate.


28 September 2011
16:30 UTC+03:00
Duhok Iraq 0 – 3 Jordan Al-Wehdat
Report Abdel-Fattah Goal 6'60'
Al-Sabah Goal 44'
Duhok Stadium, Duhok
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Mohamed Al Zarooni (UAE)

Al-Wehdat won 8–1 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

The first legs were played 4 October 2011, and the second legs were played 18 October 2011.[4]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nasaf Qarshi Uzbekistan 2–1 Jordan Al-Wehdat 1–0 1–1
Arbil Iraq 3–5 Kuwait Al-Kuwait 0–2 3–3

First legs[edit]

4 October 2011
19:45 UTC+05:00
Nasaf Qarshi Uzbekistan 1 – 0 Jordan Al-Wehdat
Djiyamurodov Goal 45' (pen.) Report
Markaziy Stadium, Qarshi
Attendance: 13,650
Referee: Liu Kwok Man (Hong Kong)

Note: Match delayed from original kickoff at 19:00 due to sandstorm.[6]


4 October 2011
18:00 UTC+03:00
Arbil Iraq 0 – 2 Kuwait Al-Kuwait
Report Al Ateeqi Goal 39' (pen.)
Kabi Goal 80'
Franso Hariri Stadium, Arbil
Attendance: 13,500
Referee: Abdullah Balideh (Qatar)

Second legs[edit]

18 October 2011
17:45 UTC+03:00
Al-Kuwait Kuwait 3 – 3 Iraq Arbil
Kabi Goal 6'
Rogerinho Goal 74'
Al Shammari Goal 79'
Report Karim Goal 21' (pen.)84' (pen.)
Salah Goal 69'

Al-Kuwait won 5–3 on aggregate.


18 October 2011
19:00 UTC+03:00
Al-Wehdat Jordan 1 – 1 Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi
Abdallah Deeb Goal 11' Report Bošković Goal 62'
King Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Attendance: 14,800
Referee: Mohsen Torky (Iran)

Nasaf Qarshi won 2–1 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Main article: 2011 AFC Cup Final

The final was played 29 October 2011 at home of one of the finalists, decided by draw.[1][4]

29 October 2011
19:00 UTC+05:00
Nasaf Qarshi Uzbekistan 2 – 1 Kuwait Al-Kuwait
Shomurodov Goal 62'
Perepļotkins Goal 65'
Report Kabi Goal 68'
Markaziy Stadium, Qarshi
Attendance: 15,753
Referee: Kim Dong-Jin (Korea Republic)

References[edit]

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