History was made immediately as Al Hilal and tournament debutants Western Sydney Wanderers stormed into your AFC Champions League final. The Saudi Arabians lost their return leg 2-1 at Al Ain but just the same progressed 4-2 on aggregate, while the Aussie underdogs beat FC Seoul 2-0 in your own home carrying out a goalless draw in the South Korean capital.
Western Sydney Wanderers 2-0 FC Seoul
In spite of the first-leg result, Seoul remained favourites to succeed in Sydney. The 2 sides had previously impressed while using defensive astuteness and counter-attacking, however second-leg showdown proved an open fight throughout.
The Wanderers were the first one to attack also it took them just three minutes to spread out the scoring, Croatian midfielder Mateo Poljak unleashing a powerful drive over Seoul keeper Yu Sanghun and to the net. Vitor Saba nearly doubled charge when he fired wide with the goalkeeper to conquer. Stunned but undeterred, Buy FIFA 15 Coins XBox Seoul responded with captain Kim Jinkyu calling Ante Covic in a fine save having a close-range shot.
Your second half began just like the first period had ended, with all the home side firing on all cylinders when they sought a second goal. The Wanderers came close when Matthew Spiranovic’s pass culminated with Kim Juyoung nearly putting through his own net.
Even so the much-anticipated goal came on 64 minutes with Shannon Cole heading home off Labinot Haliti’s inviting transit the goalmouth. It ensured the Wanderers fairytale continue, with Tony Popovic’s team becoming exactly the second Australian side to reach the AFC Champions League final after Adelaide United in 2008.