June 6, 2023

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For more than 3,000 days, young people seek happiness in front of the crescent moon

For more than 3,000 days, young people seek happiness in front of the crescent moon

Saleh Al-Shehri celebrates a late equaliser

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Al-Shabaab have failed to beat Al-Hilal for 3094 days, especially since October 2014, and their best achievement in the last nine years is a 6-time draw, including the first round match in Saudi Roshan’s current season. The league lost 10 times, the last of which was a heavy quintet, which was in February last year.

Fourth-placed Al-Shabaab are one point ahead of third-placed Al-Hilal in the Saudi Roshan League’s 22nd round of matches.

Al-Shabaab will be hoping to achieve their first win over Al-Hilal, champions of the previous three editions of the Saudi league, for the first time since October 2014, when Korean Park So Young was Al-Shabaab’s last player. The winning goal against Al-Azraq.

The tie result, which has been repeated 6 times in the last nine years, is Al-Abiat Al-Azmi’s best, and on two occasions it led until the last meters of the match, when Al-Azraq grabbed the draw.

In the 11th round of the 2020-2021 season, Al-Shabaab were dating their first happiness after beating Al-Hilal after Portuguese player Fabio Martinez stepped up, but Saleh Al-Shehri equalized 4 minutes before the end. of competition.

In last season’s first leg, Ighalo put Al-Shabaab ahead with a goal, but French Gomes leveled the result, and Hattan Bahbari put Al-Shabaab back in front in the 61st minute, but Ali Al-Bulehi equalized before 20 minutes. The end of the match.

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Al-Shabaab lost two fives to Al-Hilal in less than a year, finishing 5-1 in the first pre-season, with two goals for Gomez and one each for Luciano Vito, Nasser Al-Dosari and Muhammad Noh. , a goal against Portuguese Martinez, and Ighalo scored twice against his former club last season, with Malian Moussa Marega also scoring a goal against Peruvian Andre Carrillo in the same clash.

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