Young Moroccan international striker, Abdel Samad Al-Salsouli, snatched an impressive three points for his side Osasuna from Sevilla’s stronghold Sanchez Betjuan this evening, Sunday, in the 23rd round of the Spanish league. In the 85th minute, Youssef Al-Nusairi equalized for Sevilla at 2/2.
The Osasuna club rose to seventh place in the La Liga standings table, with 33 points, one point ahead of Rayo Vallecano, who will qualify for the European Conference League Championship in sixth place next season.
Osasuna will become one of the clubs tipped to be in contention for European places in the next rounds if tenth-placed Villarreal with 31 points lose against their hosts Getafe at the end of the 23rd round tomorrow.
Osasuna went ahead after 18 minutes in their game against Sevilla tonight, after 18 minutes, after Enrique Barja’s pass, he tried to score a goal in the 22nd minute, but the assisted video technology disallowed a goal. He scored from an illegal position.
The hosts waited until the 63rd minute to equalize at 1/1 after Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli made a series of changes, replacing Erik Lamela, Ivan Rakitic and Brian Gill.
Serbian international Nemanja Kudili ensured Sevilla’s equalizer in the 63rd minute, but his side did not celebrate the draw for more than five minutes. Yasin Bono scored a friendly goal in the 67th minute. Fernando is Brazil’s veteran midfielder.
In the 78th minute, Sevilla returned to the atmosphere of the game, with Moroccan star Youssef Al-Nusairi scoring a 2/2 conversion after a brilliant throw pass he received deep in the defense of Senegalese Papi Gaye Osasuna. He helped parry the defender and then fired beautifully outside the legs of the goalkeeper to the left.
Sevilla fans believed their team was close to victory after this fatal goal for the visitors’ morale, but Osasuna’s technical director Jakob Arsati was not, refusing to settle for a point and opting to withdraw both Barca and Kiki Garcia. It took just 4 minutes before Abdel Samad Al-Salsouli and Shimi Awiya were involved in the 81st minute. Amid the shock of the Sevilla fans who filled the stands for Sanchez, Al-Salsouli scored the winning goal, assisted by Pablo Ibanez. Two brothers.
A minute before the end of the game, Fernando was sent off with a straight red card in the 84th minute for disobeying referee Pulido on the bench after leaving his place for Alex Telles, Ocampos and Youssef Al-Nusairi. Received a yellow card for protesting in the 88th and 94th minutes.
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