Victory shocks the “leader” and rises to tenth place
The Al-Nasr team rose to the tenth place in the ADNOC Professional Football League standings, after its precious victory yesterday, with a clean goal, outside its stadium, against its host Al-Ain in the 20th round of the competition, as the “Brigadier” put the 20th point in his score, a little away from the circle of danger, on the other hand, it froze. The “leader” points at 40 temporarily ranked second.
Al-Nasr presented one of his best matches during the current season, as he endured the great pressure imposed on him by the hosts, by launching continuous attacks, as he was patient in dealing with the course of the match, and that culminated in scoring the only goal of the match, before he retreated to his defensive areas and formed a solid defensive wall. In the face of constant attacks of the eye.
Returning to the course of the match, the hosts completely dominated the course of the first half, while the victory relied on counter-attacks, and the referee of the match, Sultan Abdul Razzaq, canceled a goal scored by Al Ain striker, Sufyan Rahimi in the 36th minute, for using his left hand before scoring the goal. Al-Ain’s advantage continued at the beginning of the second half, in which he threw all his weight on the offensive side, and also dominated the maneuvering area, which helped him create many opportunities, but the brilliance of the guests’ goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Tamimi prevented the hospitality owners from opening the scoring.
Contrary to the course of the match, the guests scored the goal of progress in the 75th minute by substitute Abdullah Toure, after a physical and skillful effort, during which he dodged three from the Al Ain defense line, and passed the ball to his colleague Ryan Mendes, whose ball was saved by goalkeeper Khaled Issa, before returning to Toure, who settled it in the net. With ease, which is the goal that Al-Nassr maintained until the end of the match.
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