Female coach wins first ever point in AFC Champions League

Eastern SC's Yuen Ting Chan has become the first woman to win a point in the competition, with her side managing to draw 1-1 with Kawasaki Frontale

History has been made in the AFC Champions League, with Eastern’s Yuen Ting Chan becoming the first female in the competition’s history to win a point.

Eastern SC earned a 1-1 draw with Kawasaki Frontale on Wednesday, with Eastern’s Manuel Bleda opening the scoring prior to Ko Itakura’s second-half equaliser.

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The result comes on the heels of Eastern losing 7-0 to Guangzhou Evergrande last week, and is a truly historic one, with Chan writing her name in the history books.

Chan led Eastern to the Hong Kong Premier League championship in 2016, and will now hope to guide the club to victory when they face Suwon Bluewings in their next AFC Champions League fixture.

Watch the video above, as Chan and her team write themselves into the record books!