Keita Abdul Kader (12) of Qatar's Al Sadd fights for the ball with Jung Hoon (R) and Choi Chul-soon of South Korea's Jeonbuk Motors during their Asian Champions League soccer final match in Jeonju November 5, 2011. (Photo: REUTERS)
Goalkeeper Mohamed Saqr saved two penalties in the shootout to leave Nadir Belhadji to score the winning spot-kick after the game had finished 2-2.
Eninho put Jeonbuk ahead after 20 minutes with a curling free kick from outside the area. The lead lasted just 10 minutes as Jeonbuk defender Shim Woo-yeon headed a Kader Keita cross into the his own net from close range.
Keita scored what looked to be the decisive goal after 61 minutes but Lee Hyun-sung headed a last-minute equalizer to send the game into extra time. Jeonbuk hit the woodwork twice but was unable to add to the scoreline.