Historic seven leads Saudi Al Hilal to the AFC Champions final at the expense of Qatar's Al Duhail

Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal thrashed Qatar's Al Duhail 7-<> in the semifinals of the AFC Champions League.

Al-Hilal hit a date with Japan's Uroa Reds in the final match of the tournament, where the latter qualified for the same round after winning 3/1 on aggregate over South Korea's Jeonbuk Motors.

Al-Hilal took the lead from the second minute through Odion Ighalo, before the same player added the second goal in the tenth minute.

In the 14th minute, Moussa Marega scored the third goal for the Saudi team, before the same player added the fourth goal in the 27th minute.

Al-Hilal continued its overwhelming superiority in the match and scored the fifth goal in the 38th minute through Salem Al-Dosari, before Ighalo returned and scored his third goal and his team's sixth in the 48th minute.

In the 62nd minute, Ighalo scored his fourth goal and the seventh for Al-Hilal, who will face Auroa in the first leg on April 29 at Al-Hilal, with the return match to be held on the sixth of May at Uroa Stadium in Saitama, Japan.