Kuala Lumpur: Eight of the nine games in Japan's J1 League ended in away victories at the weekend with not a single home win recorded as Kawasaki Frontale won the battle of the top two to stretch their lead to five points at the summit.
Fans returned to stadiums across Korea Republic, where it was a case of déjà vu in the K League 1 as Junior Negrao was yet again on the scoresheet in an Ulsan Hyundai win, although Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors remain hot on their heels.
Guangzhou Evergrande claimed derby day bragging rights by easing to a 5-0 victory over city rivals Guangzhou R&F in China PR, while there was also a full set of fixtures in both Mongolia and Chinese Taipei, so join the-AFC.com as we review the best of the action from across East Asia.
Japan: Away-day joy in J1 League
An incredible set of results in Japan saw eight of the nine J1 League fixtures finish with the away side picking up all three points while the other tie ended in a stalemate as the league leaders and defending champions were among the teams to claim victories. .....
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