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Kazuki Nagasawa and Yuki Muto scored first-half goals, while Shinzo Koroki added a third late in the game as the Urawa Reds advanced to the Asian Champions League knockout stage with a 3-0 win over Group G rival Beijing Guoan.

But fellow J. League side Kawasaki Frontale was eliminated from Group H despite thrashing Sydney FC 4-0, after Shanghai SIPG secured second place with a 5-0 home victory over group winner Ulsan Hyundai.

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