|September 21, 2008
|Dordoi-Dynamo||1 - 1
(3 - 4 pens.)
|Regar-TadAZ||Spartak Stadium, Bishkek
Referee: Kadhum Auda Lazim (Iraq)
|Tetteh 33'||Report||Tukhtasunov 53'|
|AFC President's Cup 2008
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