Shots (on Goal)
|Last Five Games||Date||Competition|
|W||Guangzhou EvergrandeGUA||2-1||Liaoning WhowinLIAO||21 Apr, 2017||Chinese Super League|
|W||Tianjin TedaTED||0-3||Guangzhou EvergrandeGUA||16 Apr, 2017||Chinese Super League|
|D||Kawasaki FrontaleKAW||0-0||Guangzhou EvergrandeGUA||12 Apr, 2017||AFC Champions League|
|D||Guangzhou EvergrandeGUA||2-2||Guangzhou R&FGRF||8 Apr, 2017||Chinese Super League|
|W||Guangzhou EvergrandeGUA||3-2||Shanghai SIPGSIPG||1 Apr, 2017||Chinese Super League|
Jeonbuk, 21 points ahead of Suwon in South Korea's K-League, had been expected to win but conceded three goals in the final 15 minutes.
Axel Witsel left the Chinese side to join Borussia Dortmund while Anthony Modeste is reported to be engaged in a contract dispute.
Tianjin Quanjian, China's last remaining representative in the Asian Champions League, will take on Japan's Kashima Antlers in the quarterfinals.
Japan's Kashima Antlers booked their place in the quarterfinals of the Asian Champions League completing a 4-3 aggregate win over Shanghai SIPG.
Guangzhou Evergrande crashed out of the Asian Champions League on Tuesday evening as Fabio Cannavaro's side were eliminated by Tianjin Quanjian.
Yuma Suzuki and Daigo Nishi scored and an own goal by Yu Hai helped Kashima Antlers take a 3-1 lead over Shanghai SIPG in the round of 16 first leg.