Asian Champions League: Xavi Hernandez led Al-Sadd would look to win Asian Champions League

host arranges of the mainland competition kicks off on Wednesday within the western zone which incorporates Al-Sadd.

Xavi Hernandez was touted as a future coach of Barcelona indeed sometime recently driving Al-Sadd to the Qatar league title undefeated before this month. His chances will as it were make strides in case he can include the Asian Champions League title in his achievements this year.

The host arranges of the mainland competition kicks off on Wednesday within the western zone which incorporates Al-Sadd.

“The toughest tournament awaits us,” the former star midfielder said. “We are in an excellent period and fully ready to compete.” Xavi took over Al-Sadd in May 2019 but still with former Arsenal player Santi Cazorla in strong form, the 2021 tournament will be a bigger hurdle than typical.

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The number of teams has been extended from 32 to 40 which suggests that as it were the 10 bunch victors and six best runners-up will advance to the knockout stage.

To diminish travel within the worldwide widespread, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) chosen in Walk that each gather will be organized in one city with each group playing six diversions in fair 15 days. Al-Sadd will play all its games in Riyadh, domestic of Al-Nassr.

Elsewhere, 2019 winner Al-Hilal is facilitating Bunch A in Riyadh with two teams from Central Asia — AGMK of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan powerhouse Istiklol — making their first appearances.

The eastern zone, which highlights groups from Japan, South Korea, China, and Australia, is planned to begin in June, even though the facilitating scenes have not been chosen.

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