Kuala Lumpur: For the first time since mid-April, the J.League has a new team in first place, while the top two in Korea Republic both dropped points to keep things tight in the run-in for the 2019 title.
The majority of the leagues in East Asia did not see action over the weekend, but there was plenty to savour in the Japanese and Korean domestic ties, so join the-AFC.com as we review the latest rounds of fixtures in East Asia.
From Game Week 8 onwards, FC Tokyo have held onto the summit of the J.League with a vicelike grip but, finally, in Game Week 28, they lost their hold. The capital city side's second defeat from their last three games, this time away at relegation-threatened Sagan Tosu on Saturday, saw Kashima Antlers take full advantage the day after......
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