It’s time for an Asian version of the Champions League and one of the best moments for Indian Football as FC Goa face Al-Rayyan in the AFC Champions League at the Fatorda stadium, Goa.
The Gaurs are the first team from India to feature in this high-profile league that offers a prize of Rs. 30 crore for the winners. Goa have been the most consistent team in ISL, making it to the playoffs for a record six times in seven seasons. They qualified for the AFC Champions League after winning the ISL League Winners’ Shield last season.
FC Goa will be without two of their key players Igor Angulo and Alberto Noguera for their maiden AFC Champions League.