Caltex Socceroo Trent Sainsbury was on target overnight in a big win for his club Jiangsu Suning, while a former Hyundai A-League favourite was red-carded in the K-League.
Jiangsu won 4-0 over Hebei FC with the Australian defender scoring the fourth goal of the night.
The Socceroo even pulled out a Kangaroo style celebration.
Meanwhile, Australians Ryan McGowan, Dario Vidosic and Michael Thwaite met as McGowan's Henan Jianye defeated Liaoning Hongyun 2-1.
McGowan played a full game while the former Glory defender Thwaite was a 46th minute sub for Vidosic.
And Matt Spiranovic was on the end of a heavy defeat as Graziano Pelle's Shandong Luneng defeated Tim Cahill's former club Hangzhou Greentown 4-1.
In the K-League former Victory defender Adrian Leijer was red carded in the 74th minute as a nine-man Suwon held on to win 1-0 over Ali Abbas's Pohang Steelers.
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