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Qatari side Al-Saad revived their hopes of continuing their campaign in the AFC Champions League after a 2-0 win over Sharjah of the United Arab Emirates on Monday, while Nassab of Uzbekistan defeated the hopes of Jordan’s Al-Faisali. They are 3-1.

Coach Wissam Risq’s team raised its score to 7 points, one point behind Sharjah, which is second in Group 2 leader Nassaf with 10 points and Al-Faisali in last place with 3 points.

Gonzalo Plata gave Al Sadd the lead in the ninth minute and Baghdad Bounetja extended the visitors’ lead after the hour mark.

Al Sadd started the match with a strong attack, which got the early goal after a counterattack led by Akram Afif, who fired a shot from the edge of the penalty area that was blocked by goalkeeper Darwish bin Habib and Plata followed it up. ideal.

Sharjah equalized amicably when defender Pedro Miguel made a mistake in clearing a cross from a free kick, but goalkeeper Mishal Barshim cleared the corner kick before crossing the goal line in the 26th minute.

At the start of the second half, Al Sadd continued to dominate and Miguel sent in a cross pass which Bounja took full advantage of and slotted into the net.

Goalkeeper Barshim prevented the home side from reducing the deficit and saved Kayo’s shot from close range with 10 minutes to go.

Al Sadd will host its rival Nassaf in the next round, while Al Sharjah will host Al Faisali.

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Nasaf ends al-Faisali’s faith

In another game in the group, Uzbekistan’s Nassaf scored two goals in 3 minutes to come back from one goal down to beat hosts Jordan’s Al-Faisali 3-1.

Before the end of the first half, Jordan scored first through Rizk Bani Hani, but Uzbekistan turned the tables in the second half with 3 goals in 21 minutes.

Opik Bozorov opened the scoring for the hosts in the first half hour, with defender Anas Bani Yassin making a superb save before Al-Faisali’s goal.

In the 32nd minute, the visitors’ Arif Al-Haj missed a good chance to score after a shot from inside the penalty area hit the post.

Rizk Bani Hani scored for Jordan in the fifth minute after receiving a pass from Hossam Abu Al-Dahab.

Three minutes into the second half, Brazil’s Mathews equalized for the hosts, and Zabarmurt Abdurakhmatov added a second three minutes later with a powerful shot.

Amin Al-Shenaina almost equalized in the 63rd minute from Nisar Rashdan’s cross, which Al-Shenaina headed very close to goal.

Marko Stajevic ended Al-Faisali’s hopes by scoring the third goal with a superb shot from a fixed ball past goalkeeper Nur Bani Attia.

The top 10 group leaders advance to the next round along with the top 3 runners-up from the West and East divisions.

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