A sincere Gulf match … Al-Ahly in the quarter-finals of the Asian Champions League on penalties


The Saudi Al-Ahly club managed to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Asian Champions League competition at the expense of its brother Shabab Al-Ahly Dubai in the match that brought the two teams together at Al Janoub Stadium in the Qatari capital, Doha.

The result of the Saudi Al-Ahly match and Al-Ahly youth in Dubai

Al-Ahly qualified for the final price round as the first group, while Shabab Al-Ahly Dubai of the United Arab Emirates benefited from the AFC’s exclusion of the Saudi Al-Hilal team and considering it withdrawn from the championship that holds its title, so that the Dubai knights climbed to the final eight round as the second group.

Azerbaijani player Aziz Janif for the UAE team in the 28th minute, then Syrian Omar Al-Somah tied for Al-Raqi Saudi in the 54th minute.

The match extended for 120 minutes, with the two teams tied in basic and overtime with a goal to target the penalty shootout, which was decided by the Saudi team 4-3 in a penalty shootout.

And recorded for the family: Hussein Abdul-Ghani – Lucas Lima – Abdul Rahman Abdullah – Moataz Hawsawi and Umar Al-Somah.

Meanwhile, Youssef Jab – Aziz Janif – Saeed Ahmed, Ahdar Ahmed Khalil and Abdullah Al Naqbi scored for the Emirati team.

Thus, the youth of Al-Ahly Dubai will join the citizens of Sharjah, Al Ain, outside the championship, in addition to the unit, which was considered withdrawn after failing to attend to Qatar because the championship was devoid of any Emirati team.

It is noteworthy that the rest of the group stage matches, as well as the round of 16 matches of the West Asia department, were held in the Qatari capital in the combined session system, due to the exceptional circumstances that the Asian Champions League went through due to the Corona virus pandemic.


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