Socceroo Matthew Jurman played his part as Suwon Bluewings reached the AFC Champions League (ACL) quarter-finals, while Milos Degenek and Mitch Duke both scored in Japan's J.League Cup on Wednesday.
Jurman, who only recently returned from injury, put in a full shift in defence as Suwon Bluewings triumphed 3-0 over Ulsan Hyundai.
The win sees Jurman's side into the last eight of the ACL after a 3-1 aggregate win. The quarters' draw will be held on May 23.
Jurman has now played four games since returning from injury and will have one more league match against Pohang Steelers on Sunday before heading into Socceroos camp.
In the Japanese J.League Cup, Milos Degenek netted in Yokohama F. Marinos' 2-1 win over Albirex Niigata.
Degenek opened the scoring in the 14th minute with a mis-hit strike from the edge of the box after a free-kick was only half cleared.
The Australian defender played a full game in the win.
Elsewhere, Duke scored Shimizu S-Pulse's third goal in a 3-0 win away to Consadole Sapporo.
Duke started and played 78 minutes in the win, netting in the 68th minute.
The ex-Central Coast striker swept home from close range after a headed cut-back to score his maiden goal of the 2018 season.
Andrew Nabbout was absent once again after picking up a shoulder injury, with Urawa Reds edging Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1-0.
Mitch Langerak was also on the sidelines as Nagoya Grampus won 4-1 at Gamba Osaka.
Ben Halloran started but was replaced at the break in V-Varen Nagazaki's 2-0 loss at Shonan Bellmare.