9:51 PM | Sunday 27 September 2020
Club succeeded Victory Saudi Arabia has qualified for the quarter-finals of the AFC Champions League, after overcoming the hurdle of fellow countryman Al-Taawon, led by Patrice Carteron, the former coach of Zamalek with a clean goal.
Moroccan Abdel Razek Hamdallah scored the only goal of victory in the 75th minute of the second half, and Taawon players tried to adjust the result, but to no avail.
The meeting began with great pressure from the Rudi Vittoria battalion, in order to snatch the pass for the quarter-finals, amid a good defensive positioning of the Saudi Al-Taawon players.
Al-Nasr’s Saudi attackers formed attacks and opportunities on Al-Taawon defenses, amid the great brilliance of Casio, the team’s goalkeeper, who managed to keep his nets throughout the first half.
The second half witnessed great pressure by Al-Nasr Club to kidnap the victory goal in favor of Al-Nasr Saudi Club and the Roy Vitoria Brigade.
And Moroccan striker Abdel-Razek Hamdallah succeeded in snatching the goal for Al-Nasr in the 76th minute, after it was established by Sultan Al-Ghanem, who succeeded in placing it in Casio.
The players of the Saudi Al-Taawon Club tried to adjust the result, but to no avail, so that the match ended with the victory of the Saudi victory with a clean goal, and crossed into the quarter-finals of the AFC Champions League competition.