After its match against Pakhtakor Uzbekistan in the fourth round of the AFC Champions League’s group stage this season, the team has played 82 games since its first participation in the 2012 season. The team has not missed the AFC since it won its first title in the Stars League, where it has been always present In the largest Asian club tournaments. Al Duhail has succeeded during its participation in achieving many numbers:
In its previous matches, the team won 39 matches, lost 22 matches, and 21 matches ended in a draw.
Al Duhail scored 126 goals in all of its matches, while conceding 105 goals.
The team’s best participation was in the 2018 season, when the team reached the quarter-finals. That was the season in which the team achieved an Asian record as the second team to succeed in skipping the group stage with full points after winning its home and away matches, and scoring 23 goals.
The team’s worst appearance was in the 2012 and 2014 seasons, as Al Duhail exited the group stage after scoring only two victories with 5 goals in each of those seasons.
It’s noted that Youssef Elaraby is the team’s top scorer in the tournament, as he managed to score 16 goals in the nineteen matches that he participated in with the team. Follows him is Youssef Msakni and Nam Tae Hee with 13 goals, Michael Olonga with 10 goals, followed by Edmilson and Ismail with 8 goals, and behind them is Al-Moez Ali With 8 goals, and finally, Karim Boudiaf and Sebastian Soria with 7 goals.