RIYADH - Western Sydney Wanderers became the first Australian side to win the Asian Champions League title on Saturday after a goalless draw against Saudi giants Al Hilal gave them a 1-0 aggregate win in the final. The Aussie side's victory stunned into silence the 65,000 Al Hilal supporters inside the King Fahd International Stadium. The win was a shot in the arm for the Wanderers who came into existence only two years ago and had survived some tough games in the tournament to reach the final. Al Hilal were clearly the dominant side, but despite getting countless chances they failed to breach the Wanderers defence, with goalkeeper Ante Covic putting in an outstanding performance, producing a series of stunning saves, especially late in the second half.