The meeting took place on the floor of the “Jassim bin Hamad” stadium in the Qatari capital, Doha, which hosted the group stage matches, the eighth tournament and the quarter-finals of the West Asia Division.
Al-Nasr was able to overcome the obstacle of Saudi cooperation in the final price by winning the goal of Moroccan striker Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah, while Al-Ahly Saudi Arabia won in the same round over UAE youth Al-Ahly Dubai in a penalty shootout after the match ended with a positive draw for each team.
Portuguese Rui Vitoria chose the following formation for victory:
Goalkeeper: Brad Jones
Defense: Odeh Farraj – Abdullah Mado – Maicon – Sultan Al-Ghanim
Defending Center: Abdullah Al-Khaibi – Abdul Majeed Al-Sulayhum –
Attacking midfield: Khaled Al-Ghanim – Gonzalo Martinez – Abdel Fattah Asiri
Attacker: Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah
As for the Al-Ahly formation, which Valdan Milovic started with, it came as follows:
Goalkeeper: Mohammed Al Owais
Defense: Moataz Hawsawi – Abdul Basit Al Hindi – Lucas Lima
Al Wasat: Abdullah Hassoun – Muhammad Al Mujahid – Muhammad Al Fateel – Salman Al Moasher – Ali Al Asmari
The Attack: Omar Al Somah – Marco Martin
Argentine Gonzalo Martinez opened the scoring in favor of Al-Nasr in the 13th minute, after Al-Ahly’s defense was penetrated from the depths, and then Abdel Fateh Asiri, the former Al-Ahly player, added the second goal of the world to snatch the Nasrawi team up for the semi-finals of the tournament.
– Alkass channels (@alkasschannel) September 30, 2020