Tuesday, June 28, 2022 – 11:51 pm
Dubai, June 28 / WAM / Al Hilal has increased his number of titles to 65 in various tournaments by winning a new title in the Saudi Professional Football League and has strengthened his record count to win the Saudi League title.
Al Hilal won the Saudi Professional League title for the 2021/22 season, bringing the curtain down on its contests on “Monday” last evening, reaching its third and 18th consecutive season in history and securing its lead. In the list of Saudi Arabian clubs, it has won the title of competition throughout its history.
Al-Hilal defeated Al-Faisali 2-1 in the final round of the tournament last night to see Al-Faisali be relegated to the First Division League.
Al Hilal also increased his score to 67 points in the tournament table, two points ahead of Al Ittihad Jeddah, who tied the negative with Al Patin in the same round.
With this, Al Hilal increased its number to 65 in various competitions within 4 months of celebrating its 65th anniversary, which was established on October 16, 1957.
This time the title was a spectacular one as Al Hilal was only 10 rounds away from the end of the match, and the team was 16 points behind top seed Al Ittihad in the 20th round.
Al-Hilal stressed that his position did not come from a vacuum, and that he succeeded in proving his worth and proved the leadership of the Saudi teams with a clear difference in the list of the highest market value.
Statistics from the “Transfer Market” website, which specializes in players’ and team numbers and figures, indicate that al-Hilal has become the third team to win the league title for the third consecutive season after Al-Shabaab and Al-Shabaab. Ittihad tops the list of the top teams in the Saudi league, with a market value of 60.45 million euros and where the market value is highest among Arab clubs.
Al-Nasser was second on the list with a value of 55.73 million euros, third in the league this season, while al-Etihad Jetta and the league were second on the list with market value of 55. 32.50 million euros.
Surprisingly, al-Ahly, one of the poles of the Saudi league, was fourth on the list occupied by the Jeddah team, despite its market value of 26.50, being pushed to the first division for the first time in its history. Million euros .. In fifth place, the youth team came in at 25.80 million euros, finishing fourth in the league.
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