With the competition's top scorer adding to his tally and its meanest defence registering another shutout, there were plenty of talking points, this is a look-back at the week in numbers.
11 – After Matchday Five, 11 of the places in the last 16 have been confirmed, with seven teams in the West Zone and four in the East securing their passages.
18 – The number of seconds it took Al Hilal’s Hattan Bahebri to open the scoring against Al Ain in what was the fastest goal of the tournament so far.
4 – The 1-0 victory over Sydney FC took Ulsan Hyundai goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon to four clean sheets from five games, more than any other ‘keeper.
14 – Pakhtakor’s Jaloliddin Marsharipov completed a tournament leading 14 dribbles in his side’s 1-0 win over Persepolis.
78 – Daisuke Suzuki made a weekly high 78 successful passes in Urawa Red Diamonds’ 2-1 victory against Buriram United.
11 – Baghdad Bounedjah had 11 attempts on goal in Al Sadd’s 2-1 win over Al Ahli, more than anyone else has managed in a single game the group stage.
4 – Yu Kobayashi was flagged offside a weekly high four times in Kawasaki Frontale’s 2-2 draw against Shanghai SIPG.
8 – Leonardo’s penalty in Al Wahda’s 3-1 victory over Lokomotiv took the tournament’s leading scorer to eight goals.