Kuala Lumpur: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors dropped their first points of the 2020 K League season after defeat to Gangwon but remain top of the standings after second-placed Ulsan Hyundai were held in a weekend of upsets in Korea Republic.
In Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City FC needed penalties to navigate the second round of the Vietnamese Cup, but there were few problems for Hanoi FC with the defending champions breezing into the quarter-finals as football in the Southeast Asian country gathers momentum ahead of the V.League's resumption on Friday.
Elsewhere, there were vital wins for the Japanese contingent in Germany's Bundesliga and a goal for a famous Chinese name in Serbia, so join the-AFC.com as we review the latest from East Asia and ASEAN.
Korea Republic: Top two drop points
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors' perfect start to the K League season ended after the defending champions suffered a surprise 1-0 loss to Gangwon on Saturday. Koo Moo-yeol's first-half header was enough to seal the points for the hosts after Jeonbuk's Hong Jeong-ho had been sent off on the 15-minute mark......
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