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Kashiwa: Guangzhou Evergrande handed Kashiwa Reysol a devastating 4-1defeat in the first leg of their AFC Champions League semi-final as theChinese Super League side came from behind to demolish the Japaneseside at Hitachi Stadium on Wednesday and take a significant step towardsthe final.
Brazilian striker Muriqui (Luiz Guilherme da Conceição Silva) scoredtwice to take his tally in the competition to 11 goals in as many gameswhile Dario Conca was on target and Kim Chang-soo also put the ball intohis own net under pressure from Elkeson (Elkeson de Oliveira Cardoso).
Cleo (Cléverson Gabriel Córdova), who is ironically on loan fromGuangzhou, was credited with giving Kashiwa the lead after just 10minutes following a free kick by Jorge Wagner but four second-halfstrikes put Marcello Lippi's side firmly on top.
Muriquiclaimed his 10th of the tournament when he levelled the scores in the58th minute and Dario Conca moved the Chinese champions ahead for thefirst time after 67 minutes.
An 82nd minute own goal by Kim –following Conca's low, in-swinging corner – and an stoppage-time strikeby Muriqui means Kashiwa must win by four clear goals at Tianhe Stadiumnext week to become the first Japanese side to reach the final sinceGamba Osaka when the won the title in 2008.
Kashiwa went infront when the ball took the faintest of touches off Cleo's head asfellow Brazilian Jorge Wagner sent in an in-swinging free kick from theReysol right and there was little Zeng Cheng could do as the ballbounced past him.
Cleo's physical presence caused theGuangzhou defence constant problems in the opening 45 minutes, with theformer Guangzhou man sending his shot from the edge of the area justwide and a header straight at Zeng.
Muriqui spurned a goldenchance to level the scores in the 23rd minute when he found himself withtime and space to score, only for his left-footed effort to clip theinside of Takanori Sugeno's right post before bouncing to safety.
Eight minutes from the end of the half, Kashiwa could have doubledtheir advantage but Zeng somehow managed to keep out Junya Tanaka'sclose-range effort with his right foot after another fine delivery byWagner.
A tactical rejig in the second half by the ItalianWorld Cup winning coach shifted the balance in favour of Guangzhou, andby midway through the half the Chinese side had gone from a goal behindto one in front.
Muriqui levelled the scores in the 58thminute when Naoya Konda failed to clear Sun Xiang's cross from the leftand the Brazilian pounced, firing the ball emphatically into the roof ofthe net. Nine minutes later, Guangzhou punished Kashiwa'smisfortune just seconds later when, after Wataru Hashimoto's header wascleared off the Guangzhou goal line, the Chinese champions stormed tothe far end of the pitch and, after Elkeson's effort was blocked, Concathumped a left-footed shot from 20 yards beyond Sugeno's despairingdive.
Guangzhou were now in complete control and, eightminutes from time, they took a significant step towards a place in nextmonth's AFC Champions League final when Conca's corner from the rightwas deflected over his own goal line by Kim whilst under pressure fromElkeson.
Kashiwa's hopes were all but buried a minute intoinjury time when Muriqui slid the ball in from the left to earnGuangzhou what could be an unassailable advantage and ensure they becomethe first Chinese side to reach the final of the continental clubchampionship since Dalian Wanda in 1998.
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Doha:Two goals in two first half minutes effectively sealed GuangzhouEvergrande's passage to the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League asMarcello Lippi's side completed a 6-1 aggregate win with a comprehensive4-1 success over Lekhwiya on Wednesday.Dario Conca and Elkeson – who both also struck in the first leg inGuangzhou in August – scored in the 14th and 16th minutes to end thegame as a contest and ensure Guangzhou become the first Chinesesemi-finalists in the AFC Champions League since Shenzhen Jianlibao in2005.
Muriqui (Luiz Guilherme da Conceição Silva) added athird to claim his tournament-leading ninth goal of the campaign in the31st minute as Guangzhou showed their class in the opening half beforeNam Tae-hee netted a consolation for the home side five minutes into thesecond period and Elkeson (Elkeson de Oliveira Cardoso) claimed hissecond – and his side's fourth – in the 72nd minute.
Guangzhouhad few problems against a Lekhwiya side that struggled to match thequality of the Chinese side's South American front three and Lippi'steam will go into next week's semi-final in a confident frame of mindafter a commanding performance.
A foul on Elkeson close to thetouchline on the left side of the Lekhwiya penalty are in the 14thminute put the home team on the defensive and, as Conca sent a low,left-footed effort curling towards goal, the ball was missed by everyonebefore finding its way into the back of the net.
Two minuteslater another free kick effectively ended Lekhwiya's already slim hopes,this time Elkeson striking after Conca had been upended, the Brazilianstriking sweetly a right-footed attempt from 25 yards out that loopedover the defensive wall. While goalkeeper Claude Amin managed to put ahand on the ball, it was not enough to stop the shot going in off hisright post.
Now needing five goals to progress, the taskfacing Lekhwiya appeared to be too much, although Eric Gerets' sidealmost reduced the deficit within five minutes of Guangzhou's second. Karim Boudaif's right-foot strike came back off the woodwork before theball eventually fell to Mohamed Musa, but his header also hit thecrossbar while Yousef Msakni found the frame of the goal for the thirdtime in a matter of seconds for the unfortunate home side with anotherheader.
Lekhwiya's task became insurmountable just after thehalf hour mark when Muriqui showed his class with a fine finish when heraced on to Elkeson's through ball before smashing a right foot shotacross Amin and into the far corner of the goal.
Five minutesinto the second half Nam claimed Lekhwiya's consolation with a deflectedright-foot shot but Guangzhou were rarely troubled as they eased intothe last four, with Elkeson adding an exclamation point to proceedingswhen he slotted in substitute Gao Lin's cross 18 minutes from time.
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