Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Laba reached Al Owais’ tally…and Al Ain became third highest in the scorers’ charts


Al Ain striker, Togolese Laba Kodjo, strengthened his tally as the top scorer for “Al Zaim” throughout his history after scoring his team’s goals against Hatta in the second round of ADNOC during yesterday’s match. Professional league. Laba moved up to third in the list of the 10 greatest strikers in Al Ain’s history, surpassing former Al Ain legend Majid Al Owais, who took his tally to 88 thanks to Hatta’s two goals. It was in 86 goals.

The Togolese striker now needs just seven goals to equal Ghana’s Asamoah Kian on 95 goals, with Ahmed Abdullah still in the lead with 122 goals. Laba made 91 league appearances for Al Ain, scoring 88 goals and 20 assists over four seasons.

Al Ain striker Bani Yass made a strong comeback against Hatta in a 3-2 first-round win for Al Ain after failing to score in a match that was canceled out. By offside (mouse).

A relaxed atmosphere dominated the Al Ain coaching staff, led by Dutchman Alfred Schroeder, after their second win in a row. Schröder said in a press release: “I’m happy with our wins in the Hatta match, the first of which was the three points. There was a goal ruled out for offside, and I think the goal was correct. We had a penalty kick in the first half that didn’t count.”

The Al Ain coach added, “We decided the result in the first half, we were able to focus in the second session and we were together in the pressing times to reduce the Hatta score and we didn’t concede any goal which is important.” Schröder reassured Al Ain fans about Erik’s condition in his left back, adding: “Erik’s injury is a muscle strain, and it’s not an injury to worry about. As for Matthias, he’s coming back from a long injury. Almost three months, we have to be patient with him.”

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• Laba has scored 88 goals with Al Ain, Azamoah has scored 95 goals for Gyan and Ahmed Abdullah is still leading with 122 goals.

Markov: Al Ain won because of “the quality of its players”.

Hatta’s Serbian coach Markov said, “The result of the match was tied with Al Ain, which belongs to a team with a high market value.” And he continued in the press conference: “There were no goals scored by Al Ain. What surprised me was that they were judged by the quality of his players.”

“The Hatta players are thankful for the second match in a row that they performed well. Everyone gave their best, there is still a lot to do and they are improving from one practice to another,” he pointed out.

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