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KLU Pod | #ACL2021 Round of 16 Recap



Four K League representatives in Daegu FC, Pohang Steelers, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and reigning continental champions Ulsan Hyundai took to the knockout rounds of the AFC Champions League midweek with three securing passage to the quarterfinals. Ryan Walters and Matthew Binns look at all four matches and roundup all the action.
Tuesday night saw K League leaders take on J.League leaders as Ulsan Hyundai battled it out with Kawasaki Frontale to progress on penalties, while fortune did not favour Daegu as the Sky Blues let their lead slip to fall to Nagoya Grampus.

Wednesday, meanwhile, saw Pohang Steelers stun Cerezo Osaka 1-0 to move to the next round while reigning K League 1 Champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors made hard work of a severely depleted BG Pathum United side, forcing their way through on penalties and raising plenty more questions of their recent displays in the process.

Then, Matthew and Ryan go over this weeks correspondence in the Eulji Lewis Mailbag.

All this and more on the K League United Podcast.

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