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List of AFC Asian Cup penalty shoot-outs

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This is a list of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the final tournaments of the AFC Asian Cup.

Complete list[edit]

Key
  • Penalty scored = scored penalty
  • Penalty missed = missed penalty
  • golden background = scored penalty which ended the shoot-out
  • red background = missed penalty which ended the shoot-out
  • grey background = the first penalty in the shoot-out
  • horizontal line within a list of takers = beginning of the sudden death stage
Penalty shoot-outs in the AFC Asian Cup
# Event Winner F Loser Penalties Winning team Losing team Round Date & Venue
S M T GK Takers Takers GK
1. 1972,
Thailand
 South Korea 1–1  Thailand 2–1 missing data missing data Semi-finals 17 May 1972,
Bangkok
(National Stadium)
2.  Thailand 2–2  Khmer Republic 5–3 0–1 5–4 missing data Third place play-off 19 May 1972,
Bangkok
(National Stadium)
3. 1984,
Singapore
 Saudi Arabia 1–1  Iran 5–4 0–1 5–5 A. Al-Deayea M. Abdullah Penalty scored
Abduljawad Penalty scored
Nu'eimeh Penalty scored
Al-Jam'an Penalty scored
Al-Musaibeah Penalty scored
Penalty scored Hajiloo
Penalty scored Mokhtarifar
Penalty scored Derakhshan
Penalty missed Panjali
Penalty scored Shahrokh Bayani
Tahouni Semi-finals 13 December 1984,
Singapore
(National Stadium)
4.  Kuwait 1–11  Iran 5–3 0–1 5–4 Said Al-Dakhil Penalty scored
Al-Suwayed Penalty scored
Al-Mubarak Penalty scored
Juma'a Penalty scored
Al-Qabendi Penalty scored
Penalty scored Hajiloo
Penalty missed Mokhtarifar
Penalty scored Derakhshan
Penalty scored Ahadi
Soltani Third place play-off 16 December 1984,
Singapore
(National Stadium)
5. 1988,
Qatar
 Iran 0–01  China PR 3–0 0–3 3–3 Abedzadeh Moharrami Penalty scored
Pious Penalty scored
Ghayeghran Penalty scored
Penalty missed Duan Ju
Penalty missed Wang Baoshan
Penalty missed Wu Wenbing
Zhang Huikang Third place play-off 17 December 1988,
Doha
(Al-Ahly Stadium)
6.  Saudi Arabia 0–0  South Korea 4–3 1–2 5–5 A. Al-Deayea Nu'eimehl Penalty scored
Abd Al-Jawad Penalty missed
M. Abdullah Penalty scored
Al-Mutlaq Penalty scored
Al-Bishi Penalty scored
Penalty missed Cho Min-Kook
Penalty scored Lee Tae-Ho
Penalty scored Byun Byung-Joo
Penalty scored Kim Joo-Sung
Penalty missed Cho Yoon-Hwan
Cho Byung-deuk Final 18 December 1988,
Doha
(Al-Ahly Stadium)
7. 1992,
Japan
 China PR 1–11  United Arab Emirates 4–3 1–2 5–5 Fu Yubin Fan Zhiyi Penalty missed
Cai Seng Penalty scored
Wu Liqun Penalty scored
Peng Weiguo Penalty scored
Fu Yubin Penalty scored
Penalty missed Al-Talyani
Penalty scored
Penalty scored
Penalty scored
Penalty missed K. Ismaïl
Musabah Third place play-off 8 November 1992,
Hiroshima
(Hiroshima Big Arch)
8. 1996,
UAE
 Saudi Arabia 0–0  Iran 4–3 2–3 6–6 M. Al-Deayea Al-Temawi Penalty missed
Sulaimani Penalty scored
Zubromawi Penalty scored
Al-Muwallid Penalty missed
Al-Harbi Penalty scored

Madani Penalty scored

Penalty missed Daei
Penalty scored Peyrovani
Penalty missed Yazdani
Penalty scored Estili
Penalty scored Bagheri

Penalty missed Khakpour

Nakisa Semi-finals 19 December 1996,
Abu Dhabi
(Sheikh Zayed Stadium)
9.  Iran 1–11  Kuwait 3–2 1–3 4–5 Abedzadeh Moharrami Penalty missed
Estili Penalty scored
Peyrovani Penalty scored
Bagheri Penalty scored
Penalty scored Haji
Penalty scored B. Abdullah
Penalty missed Al-Lenqawi
Penalty missed Abdulrahman
Penalty missed Al-Huwaidi
Al-Majidi Third place play-off 21 December 1996,
Abu Dhabi
(Sheikh Zayed Stadium)
10.  Saudi Arabia 0–0  United Arab Emirates 4–2 1–2 5–4 M. Al-Deayea Al-Thunayan Penalty scored
Zubromawi Penalty missed
Al-Harbi Penalty scored
Al-Temawi Penalty scored
Al-Muwallid Penalty scored
Penalty scored M. Ali
Penalty missed Saleh
Penalty scored K. Saad
Penalty missed Saeed
Musabah Final
11. 2004,
China
 Bahrain 2–2  Uzbekistan 4–3 1–2 5–5 Abdulla H. Ali Penalty scored
Juma Penalty missed
Baba Penalty scored
Farhan Penalty scored
A. Hubail Penalty scored
Penalty scored Fyodorov
Penalty scored Djeperov
Penalty scored Geynrikh
Penalty missed Bikmoev
Penalty missed Koshelev
Safonov Quarter-finals 30 July 2004,
Chengdu
(Chengdu Longquanyi Stadium)
12.  Japan 1–1  Jordan 4–3 3–4 7–7 Kawaguchi S. Nakamura Penalty missed
Alex Penalty missed
Fukunishi Penalty scored
Nakata Penalty scored
Suzuki Penalty scored

Nakazawa Penalty missed
Miyamoto Penalty scored

Penalty scored Abu Zema
Penalty scored Al-Awadat
Penalty scored Aqel
Penalty missed Al-Shboul
Penalty missed Ibrahim

Penalty missed Al-Zboun
Penalty missed Bani Yaseen

Shafi 31 July 2004,
Chongqing
(Chongqing Olympic Sports Center)
13.  China PR 1–1  Iran 4–3 1–2 5–5 Liu Yunfei Zheng Zhi Penalty scored
Zhao Junzhe Penalty missed
Li Xiaopeng Penalty scored
Sun Xiang Penalty scored
Shao Jiayi Penalty scored
Penalty scored Daei
Penalty scored Mahdavikia
Penalty scored Nekounam
Penalty missed Mobali
Penalty missed Golmohammadi
Mirzapour Semi-finals 3 August 2004,
Beijing
(Workers' Stadium)
14. 2007,
Indonesia/
Malaysia/
Thailand/
Vietnam
 Japan 1–1  Australia 4–3 1–2 5–5 Kawaguchi S. Nakamura Penalty scored
Endō Penalty scored
Komano Penalty scored
Takahara Penalty missed
Nakazawa Penalty scored
Penalty missed Kewell
Penalty missed Neill
Penalty scored Cahill
Penalty scored Carle
Penalty scored Carney
Schwarzer Quarter-finals 21 July 2007,
Hanoi
(Mỹ Đình National Stadium)
15.  South Korea 0–0  Iran 4–2 1–2 5–4 Lee Woon-Jae Lee Chun-soo Penalty scored
Kim Sang-sik Penalty missed
Kim Do-heon Penalty scored
Cho Jae-jin Penalty scored
Kim Jung-woo Penalty scored
Penalty scored Zandi
Penalty missed Mahdavikia
Penalty scored Enayati
Penalty missed Khatibi
Talebloo 22 July 2007,
Kuala Lumpur
(Bukit Jalil Stadium)
16.  Iraq 0–0  South Korea 4–3 0–2 4–5 Sabri M. Mohammed Penalty scored
Munir Penalty scored
H. Abdul-Amir Penalty scored
Mnajed Penalty scored
Penalty scored Lee Chun-soo
Penalty scored Lee Dong-gook
Penalty scored Cho Jae-jin
Penalty missed Yeom Ki-hun
Penalty missed Kim Jung-woo
Lee Woon-Jae Semi-finals 25 July 2007,
Kuala Lumpur
(Bukit Jalil Stadium)
17.  South Korea 0–0  Japan 6–5 0–1 6–6 Lee Woon-Jae Cho Jae-jin Penalty scored
Oh Beom-seok Penalty scored
Lee Chun-soo Penalty scored
Lee Ho Penalty scored
Kim Jin-kyu Penalty scored

Kim Chi-woo Penalty scored

Penalty scored S. Nakamura
Penalty scored Endō
Penalty scored Abe
Penalty scored Komano
Penalty scored Nakazawa

Penalty missed Hanyu

Kawaguchi Third place play-off 28 July 2007,
Palembang
(Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium)
18. 2011,
Qatar
 Japan 2–2  South Korea 3–0 1–3 4–3 Kawashima K. Honda Penalty scored
Okazaki Penalty scored
Nagatomo Penalty missed
Konno Penalty scored
Penalty missed Koo Ja-cheol
Penalty missed Lee Yong-rae
Penalty missed Hong Jeong-ho
Jung Sung-ryong Semi-finals 25 January 2011,
Doha
(Al-Gharrafa Stadium)
19. 2015,
Australia
 Iraq 3–3  Iran 7–6 1–2 8–8 Hassan S. Abdul-Amir Penalty missed
Salem Penalty scored
D. Ismail Penalty scored
Adnan Penalty scored
Mahmoud Penalty scored

Kasim Penalty scored
Hussein Penalty scored
Shaker Penalty scored

Penalty missed Hajsafi
Penalty scored Pouraliganji
Penalty scored Nekounam
Penalty scored Hosseini
Penalty scored Ghafouri

Penalty scored Jahanbakhsh
Penalty scored Teymourian
Penalty missed Amiri

Haghighi Quarter-finals 12 January 2015,
Canberra
(Canberra Stadium)
20.  United Arab Emirates 1–1  Japan 5–4 1–2 6–6 Naser O. Abdulrahman Penalty scored
Mabkhout Penalty missed
Esmaeel Penalty scored
Hassan Penalty scored
Fardan Penalty scored

I. Ahmed Penalty scored

Penalty missed K. Honda
Penalty scored Hasebe
Penalty scored Shibasaki
Penalty scored Toyoda
Penalty scored Morishige

Penalty missed Kagawa

Kawashima 12 January 2015,
Sydney
(Stadium Australia)
21. 2019,
UAE
 Vietnam 1–1  Jordan 4–2 1–2 5–4 Đặng Văn Lâm Quế Ngọc Hải Penalty scored
Đỗ Hùng Dũng Penalty scored
Lương Xuân Trường Penalty scored
Trần Minh Vương Penalty missed
Bùi Tiến Dũng I Penalty scored
Penalty scored Abdel-Rahman
Penalty missed Faisal
Penalty missed Samir
Penalty scored Ersan
Shafi Round of 16 20 January 2019,
Dubai
(Al Maktoum Stadium)
22.  Australia 0–0  Uzbekistan 4–2 1–2 5–4 Ryan Milligan Penalty scored
Behich Penalty missed
Kruse Penalty scored
Giannou Penalty scored
Leckie Penalty scored
Penalty scored Shukurov
Penalty missed Tukhtakhodjaev
Penalty scored Alibaev
Penalty missed Bikmaev
Nesterov 21 January 2019,
Al Ain
(Khalifa bin Zayed Stadium)
Notes
  • 1No extra time was played.

Statistics[edit]

Key
  • † = shoot-out in the final
  • Bold = winners that year

Shoot-out records[edit]

Most shoot-outs in a tournament
  • 4 – 2007
Fewest shoot-outs in a tournament (since 1976)
  • 0 – 1976, 1980, 2000
Most played shoot-out
  • 2 Saudi Arabia vs  Iran (1984, 1996),  Kuwait vs  Iran (1984, 1996),  Iran vs  China PR (1988, 2004),  South Korea vs  Japan (2007, 2011),
Most penalties in a shoot-out
  • 16 Iraq vs  Iran (2015)
Fewest penalties in a shoot-out
  • 6 Iran vs  China PR (1988)
Fewest scores in a shoot-out
  • 3 South Korea vs  Thailand (1972),  Iran vs  China PR (1988),  Japan vs  South Korea (2011)
Most misses in a shoot-out
  • 7 Japan vs  Jordan (2004)
Most scores in a shoot-out
  • 13 Iraq vs  Iran (2015)

Team records[edit]

Most played
  • 8 Iran (1984×2, 1988, 1996×2, 2004, 2007, 2015)
Most played in a tournament
  • 3 South Korea (2007)
Most wins
  • 4 Saudi Arabia (1984, 1988†, 1996†×2)
Most wins in a tournament
  • 2 Saudi Arabia (1996†),  South Korea (2007)
Most losses
  • 6 Iran (1984×2, 1996, 2004, 2007, 2015)
Most consecutive wins
  • 4 Saudi Arabia (1984, 1988†, 1996†×2)
Most consecutive losses
  • 3 Iran (2004, 2007, 2015)
Most wins without losses
  • 4 Saudi Arabia (1984, 1988†, 1996†×2)
Most losses without wins
  • 2 Uzbekistan (2004, 2019),  Jordan (2004, 2019)
Most knockout matches without shoot-outs
  • 6 Qatar (2000, 2011, 2019×4)
Fewest scores in a shoot-out
  • 0 China PR (1988),  South Korea (2011)
Most scores in a shoot-out
  • 7 Iraq (2015)
Most misses in a shoot-out
  • 4 Jordan (2004)

Taker records[edit]

Most participations in shoot-outs
  • 3Japan Shunsuke Nakamura, Japan Yuji Nakazawa (2004, 2007×2), South Korea Lee Chun-soo, South Korea Cho Jae-jin (2007×3)
Most penalties scored
  • 3South Korea Lee Chun-soo, South Korea Cho Jae-jin (2007×3)

Goalkeeper records[edit]

Most participations in shoot-outs
  • 3Japan Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi (2004, 2007×2), South Korea Lee Woon-Jae (2007×3)
Most penalties taken against
  • 18Japan Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi
Most penalties scored against
  • 12Japan Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi
Most penalties missed against (saves and off-target shots)
  • 6Iran Ahmad Reza Abedzadeh, Japan Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi

By team[edit]

Team Played Win Loss % Win Win Year Loss Year
 Saudi Arabia 4 4 0 100% 1984, 1988†, 1996†×2
 Iraq 2 2 0 100% 2007, 2015
 Bahrain 1 1 0 100% 2004
 Vietnam 1 1 0 100% 2019
 China PR 3 2 1 67% 1992, 2004 1988
 Japan 5 3 2 60% 2004, 2007, 2011 2007, 2015
 South Korea 6 3 3 50% 1972, 2007×2 1988†, 2007, 2011
 Thailand 2 1 1 50% 1972 1972
 Kuwait 2 1 1 50% 1984 1996
 Australia 2 1 1 50% 2019 2007
 United Arab Emirates 3 1 2 33% 2015 1992, 1996†
 Iran 8 2 6 25% 1988, 1996 1984×2, 1996, 2004, 2007, 2015
 Cambodia 1 0 1 0% 19722
 Uzbekistan 2 0 2 0% 2004, 2019
 Jordan 2 0 2 0% 2004, 2019

Championship year in bold

  • 2 Participated as  Khmer Republic

By year[edit]

  • Penalty shoot-outs were introduced to the AFC Asian Cup in 1972.
Year Teams Knockout
Matches
Penalties Percentage
1972 6 4 2 50.0%
1976 6 4 0 0.0%
1980 10 4 0 0.0%
1984 10 4 2 50.0%
1988 10 4 1 25.0%
1992 8 4 1 25.0%
1996 12 8 3 37.5%
2000 12 8 0 0.0%
2004 16 8 3 37.5%
2007 16 8 4 50.0%
2011 16 8 1 12.5%
2015 16 8 2 25.0%
2019 24 15 2 13.3%
Total 84 22 26.2%

Most penalties in bold

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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