Al-Akhtar lost his first game against Colombia on Sunday, with French coach Herv Renard maintaining his position with several players during the two matches.
Has never been For the Saudi national team Facing Venezuela, it was his 25th match between the Green and Latin American teams, winning only one, losing 10 and drawing 14.
Saudi Arabia is playing in a strong team World Cup finals It starts next November, which includes Argentina, Poland and Mexico.
And haste Venezuela national team Had it not been for the cleverness of Mohamed Al Owais who blocked Everton striker Solomon Rondan’s header, he would have been close to scoring early in the first half (14).
After that, the green became a little more active, but its attacks did not pose a risk, unlike the Venezuelan team, which almost prioritized after a defensive defeat, but your ball was deflected into a corner by Yours Sudildo (35).
From a cross, Venezuela were able to score, with Al Owais hitting a header and finding Nahuel Ferrari playing hard inside the goal (36).
And the green had a chance to equalize the end, but not the ball Yasser al-Shahrani It went through Guy (40).
John Morello’s ball bounced off the post (48), though Venezuela had a chance early in the second half.
Al Owais saved his goal from the investigator, who blocked Rondon’s ball before it bounced back and the defense put an end to its danger (53).
Renard made a number of changes with the entry of Sultan al-Kannam, Abdullah Atif and Sami al-Najai, but Venezuela would have added a second goal with the aim of reviving the midfield if it had not been for Al-Owais’ ingenuity. Rondan’s header was fantastic (69).
Al-Akhtar missed a real chance to make amends when substitute Abdullah al-Hamdan hit the ball and hit the target, but his ball was blocked by Venezuelan goalkeeper Joel Gradrol (77).
Al Owais continued his brilliance when he blocked the ball of Fernando Aristegeta (88). Had it not been for the ingenuity of goalkeeper Joel, who flew the sheep ball and turned into a difficult corner, Al-Akhtar almost equalized the decision in the final seconds.
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