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Asian Champions: A gritty win for Jeddah Federation and crushing wins for Qatar’s Al-Saad and Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal | game

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In the third round of the third group matches of the AFC Champions League – today Monday – Al-Ittihad Jeddah secured a stunning victory over their hosts Al-Quwa Al-Zawiyah of Iraq, while Al-Saad of Qatar crushed their visitors. Jordan’s Al-Faisali finished with a clean sheet of six points in the second group, with the same result as Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal beat its rivals Mumbai City FC of India.

At the Radiant Jewel Stadium, Morocco international striker Abdel Razzak Hamdallah scored the winning goal for Al-Ittihad.

Al-Ittihad topped the group stages with 6 points, two ahead of Al-Quwa Al-Zawiyah and Iran’s Sepahan, while Uzbekistan’s Olmalik remained without any points.

In the second group, Algerian Bagdad Bounetja, an Al-Saad striker, scored a hat-trick in a huge win over 10 Al-Faisali players, who surrendered early in the second half.

Playing with ten men from the 45th minute after Nasser Al-Rashdan was sent off for a second caution, Jordan collapsed early in the second half as Qatar took over the match and scored 3 goals. 3 minutes.

Al Sadd Sixer Bounja (8, 50, 64), Gonzalo Plata (51), Mustafa Meshaal (52) and Yusuf Abdel Razak (83) scored.

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Al-Sad raised his score to 4 points to remain third in the second group, while Al-Faisali is at the bottom of the standings with no points. Emirates’ Sharjah are at the top with 7 points, one point ahead of Uzbekistan’s Nassab in second place.

In Group Four, Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic scored a hat-trick to give Al Hilal a huge win over their Indian side Mumbai City.

Al-Hilal increased their score to 7 points and topped the fourth group, ahead of Uzbekistan’s Navigor (who beat Iran’s Nesajji 2-1 in Mazandaran) on goal difference, with Iran’s Nesajji third with 3 points and India last. Spotless space.

Mitrovic (4, 67, and 80), Milinkovic-Savic (75), Muhammad Al-Brek (82), Abdullah Al-Maliki (95) scored the goals of “Al-Saim”.

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