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Al Hilal Win Asian Champions League For Record Fourth Time


Moussa Marega celebrates during Al Hilal’s Asian Champions League triumph.© Instagram

Saudi giants Al Hilal won the Asian Champions League with a 2-0 victory over South Korea’s Pohang Steelers in the final on Tuesday. Both teams were aiming for an unprecedented fourth title but it was the hosts who made history with Nasser Al-Dawsari and Moussa Marega on target either side of the break at the King Fahd International Stadium in the Saudi capital.

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