Nagoya Grampus have progressed to the quarter-finals of the Asian Champions League with a 2-1 win over Suwon Bluewings.
The J-League outfit scored a goal either side of half-time to gain the ascendency at their home ground before Suwon managed to peg one back twenty minutes from time.
Ogawa Yoshizumi opened the account when he ran on to a through ball from Davi and netted in the 22nd minute.
The lead was doubled in the 66th minute through Japan international Keiji Tamada who drilled a low shot into the far corner after cutting past a defender on the edge of the area.
It seemed as though that would be enough for Nagoya to take the match but Suwon showed fight be getting one back just three minutes later through Edu.
However, the Japanese club held out the Bluewings to move into the quarter-finals of Asia’s premier club competition.