Peter Utaka Scores In Second Consecutive Champions League Tie
Published: March 19, 2014
Peter Utaka Scores In Second Consecutive Champions League TieGoals in each half by Nigeria international Peter Utaka and Shao Jiayi assisted Beijing Guoan to a 2 - 1 victory over Central Coast Mariner in the Asian Champions League on Wednesday.

From a contentious penalty, Nick Fitzgerald pulled one back for the Australians with five minutes of normal time left.

Peter Utaka’s goal after 63 minutes means  he has now scored in two consecutive Champions League matches .

But he is 2 goals behind compatriot Kalu Uche of Al Rayyan in the race for the top scorer award.

Beijing Guoan with one win and two draws are ranked first in Group F with five points ahead of Sanfrecce Hiroshima, FC Seoul and Central Coast Mariners in that order.

The capital outfit will face Central Coast Mariners in the next round of fixtures on April 1 at  Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium.

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