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LONDON: After a gap of seven months, Al-Hilal resume their defence of the AFC Champions League on Monday looking good for a place in the knockout stage with coronavirus possibly the biggest obstacle to the title-holders’ chances of getting out of the group.LONDON: After a gap of seven months, Al-Hilal resume their defence of the AFC Champions League on Monday looking good for a place in the knockout stage with coronavirus possibly the biggest obstacle

Al-Hilal back in the AFC Champions League and their biggest obstacle is COVID-19 | Arab News

The latest news, photos and videos from the world of football and FIFAThe latest news, photos and videos from the world of football and FIFA

Welcome to FIFA.com News - Action resumes in Asia's west - FIFA.com

Seven positive COVID-19 results ahead of ACL restartSeven positive COVID-19 results ahead of ACL restart

Seven positive COVID-19 results ahead of ACL restart | Taiwan News

Qatar is pleased to have played a key role in assisting the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to resume its top club event - the AFC Champions League.Qatar is pleased to have played a key role in assisting the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) to resume its top club event - the AFC Champions League.

Qatar ready to host top Asian clubs at 2022 World Cup venues - The Peninsula Qatar

According to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), 6 players participating in the AFC Champions League (West) have tested positive of COVID-19. Full details here!According to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), 6 players participating in the AFC Champions League (West) have tested positive of COVID-19. Full details here!

5 Al Hilal footballers, 1 Al Duhail player test positive for COVID-19 on arrival in Doha for AFC Champions League

Doha: It’s been a long, long time since the last ball in the 2020 AFC Champions League was kicked, when Sydney FC and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors played out a draw on March 4, but after more than six months the Continent’s most prestigious club competition returns on Monday.  Doha: It’s been a long, long time since the last ball in the 2020 AFC Champions League was kicked, when Sydney FC and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors played out a draw on March 4, but after more than six months the Continent’s most prestigious club competition returns on Monday. 

Matchday Three (West): 5 Things To Look Out For | Football | News | AFC Champions League 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Six footballers from two countries have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus, the Asian Football Confederation said, as Champions League matches were set to kick off in Qatar Monday.

Covid-19 strikes six in ACL | New Straits Times

AFC reported that five players and one member of management from the reigning champions had tested positive, alongside a player from host team Al DuhailAFC reported that five players and one member of management from the reigning champions had tested positive, alongside a player from host team Al Duhail

Al Hilal report six positive coronavirus cases in lead-up to Asian Champions League restart - The National

REUTERS: COVID-19 tests conducted on all participating teams in the AFC Champions League's West Asian hub of Qatar have returned seven positive ...REUTERS: COVID-19 tests conducted on all participating teams in the AFC Champions League's West Asian hub of Qatar have returned seven positive ...

Seven COVID-19 positives ahead of AFC Champions League resumption - CNA

The annual tournament was due to resume after a six-month suspension since March.The annual tournament was due to resume after a six-month suspension since March.

Six footballers found with COVID-19 ahead of AFC tournament | eNCA