South Korean striker Yoo Byung-Soo scored a four-timer as Saudi Arabia side Al Hilal crushed Baniyas of the United Arab Emirates 7-1 in the Asian Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday.
This time the Argentinian was on the receiving end of a drubbing that was orchestrated by Yoo who opened the scoring in the 23rd minute, the 24-year-old international hot shot following up with goals in the 38th, 52nd and 61st minutes.
In Wednesday's other game another Saudi side, Al Ittihad, progressed with a 3-0 defeat of Iranian outfit Piroozi Athletic.
Naif Hazazi put the hosts into a 35th minute lead from the spot with Abdelghani Faouzi doubling up on the stroke of half-time and Abdoh Autef completing the lopsided scoreline two minutes from time.
The game had finished 3-3 after extra-time with Al-Ahli prevailing 4-2 on penalties over the side owned by billionaire Sheikh Mansour, who also owns newly crowned English champions Manchester City.
In Tuesday's other action, Iranian champions Foolad Sepahan beat close domestic rivals Esteghlal 2-0.
The Italian, who also won the 1996 European Champions League with Juventus, was a shock replacement last week for South Korea's Lee Jang-Soo, who departed with Guangzhou top of the league and qualified for the Asian knock-out round.
Australia's Adelaide United will bid to extend their dream run from the play-offs as they host Japan's Nagoya Grampus next Tuesday, while 2010 winners Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma play Uzbek champions Bunyodkor.
Source: AFP Global Edition