Nagoya Grampus breezed into the final 16 of the Asian Champions League with a 4-1 trouncing of Ulsan Hyundai.
The J-League club remain undefeated in the competition thanks to a brilliant performance at home against Korea's Ulsan who dropped out of second spot on the Group E table.
Yoshizumi Ogawa opened up the scoring in the 14th minute with a diving header which was followed up less than ten minutes later by a powerful header from Yuki Maki.
Ulsan managed to get themselves back in the game prior to half-time through Kim Shin-wook who scored the third header of the contest to make scores 2-1 going into the break.
When play resumed, Ulsan continued to push forward in a bid to grab an equaliser but their efforts went unrewarded and when Nagoya's Davi headed home, in the 59th minute, the contest was almost over.
With scores at 3-1, a poor clearance from Ulsan gave Ogawa a chance to score his second and he took it with a curling shot from the edge of the area.