Saudi Youth Club overcame Iraqi Air Force (4-0) in the second leg match at Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Stadium in Riyadh this Sunday evening. First round of the King Salman Cup for Arab Clubs.
Al-Shabaab defeated Iraqi Air Force (5-1) on aggregate over the two matches by the same goal after they drew in the first leg.
Al-Shabaab managed to go ahead with their first goal against Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya in the 19th minute when Gabonese striker Aaron Bupenza slotted an easy ball into the Iraqi visitors’ net after a cross pass from full-back Mideb Al-In. Harby.
In the 73rd minute, Argentine Ever Banega scored the second goal with a perfect right-handed shot, following a pass from full-back Fawaz Al-Zakour that the Air Force goalkeeper was unable to deal with.
Hassan Timbukti scored the third goal for Al-Shabaab in the 79th minute with a header that struck the Iraqi Air Force window.
Argentine Christian Cuanca scored Al-Shabaab’s fourth goal in the 92nd minute after receiving a magic pass from Miteb Al-Harbi inside the Al-Qua Al-Zawiya penalty area.
The draw for the Arab Championship placed Zamalek in the third group, which also included Saudi victory, (Yemen Fahman, Tunisian Monastir Union, Bahrain Muharraq and Omani Seeb) and (qualified from Saudi Youth, Iraqi Air Force, Syrian Tishreen, Sudan Tuesday).
Youth qualified to meet Syrian Tishreen in the second round of the Arab Championship.
For its part, Tunisia’s Monastir Union face Bahrain Muharraq in the second round of the Arab Championship.
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