Riyadh Airport (AFP)
Al-Hilal won the Saudi Football League for the 18th time in its history and for the third time in a row, after beating al-Faisali 2-1 at the end of the thirtieth and final stages. .
Al-Hilal scored Nigeria’s Odeon Igalo doubles (7 and 64), while Glasen Vieira scored al-Faisali’s goal (70).
With this victory, al-Hilal increased his score to 67 points, two points ahead of al-Ittihad, which was in a negative tie with its host al-Patin, while al-Faisal’s equalizer with 33 points did not attract attention. League.
Although Al Hilal was 8 points behind “former leader” Al Etihad at the end of the 26th round, it did not raise the white flag and managed to retain the title with six wins in a row, including two in two postponed matches. .
Nigeria’s Igalo beat the league’s top scorer with 24 goals, 4 more than their nearest rival.
The Al-Ahly Club, on the other hand, was officially relegated to the second division after being dragged into the negative with Al-Shabaab, the 2016 champion, for the first time in its history.
Although al-Ahly raised his score to 32 points, those points were not enough, so he teamed up with al-Faisali and al-Hasm.
After overcoming its lead, al-Ittihad was content with a goalless draw against his guest al-Badin and finished second with 65 points, while al-Badin was able to avoid being pushed back after raising his score to 33 points. Conflicts with al-Faisali with the same balance.
Al-Nasr defeated Al-Fateh 2-1. Argentina won the toss and elected to field.
Brazil’s Anderson Taliska missed a penalty kick to Al-Nasser (58) before being shown a red card in the 73rd minute.
Al-Nasr, who had previously finished third, increased his score to 61 points, while al-Fateh was eighth with 35 points.
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