Goals, saves, flowing moves and much more all make it onto the list following Matchday Three as the-AFC.com looks back at the week in numbers.
21 – Al Nassr’s fourth goal against Al Zawraa came after a 21-pass move – the highest number of passes leading to a goal in the 2019 competition so far.
10 – Al Ain goalkeeper Khalid Eisa made 10 saves – more than any of his fellow custodians – in his team’s 2-2 draw with Al Duhail.
116 – Beijing FC’s Renato Augusto completed more passes than any other player on Matchday Three, with his 116 against Buriram United also a competition high.
5 – Graziano Pelle’s goal against Johor Darul Ta’zim takes the Shandong Luneng striker’s tournament-leading tally to five.
9 – Al Ittihad’s 3-2 win over Lokomotiv takes the Saudi side to nine goals in three matches – more than any other team in the 2019 edition.
10 – Gelmin Rivas had more shots than any other player this week, with the Al Rayyan forward also scoring once in the 2-1 defeat to Al Wahda.
0 – After their 1-0 victory over Kawasaki Frontale, Ulsan Hyundai are now the only team in the competition who have yet to concede.
8 – Al Duhail’s Edmilson created a weekly high eight chances in his side’s 2-2 draw against Al Ain.