Riyadh (AFP) – Al-Ittihad snatched a ticket to the quarter-finals of the Kings Cup after beating its two-goal defeat to Al-Fateh on Monday at the Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium. Al-Ahsa. Al-Fateh led Morocco with two goals, while Morat Patna (17 and 22) and Al-Ittihad responded with three goals from Brazil’s Romerinho da Silva (38 penalty kicks and 75) and his teammate Bruno Henrique (90 + 2). )
In the next round, Al-Ta’awon and Al-Taie wait for the winner of the match at the Al-Ittihad Winner’s Ground. At the end of the match, al-Fateh players and technical and administrative staff protested against the decision of referee Khalid Salvi to show several red cards to some team members. When Patna got a direct free kick, Al-Fateh opened the scoring, hitting the ball with Brazilian goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe (17) with the right scissors. Had it not been for Grohey’s ingenuity, Fraser Al-Frykan’s header had been deflected off the post and Al-Fateh had almost secured his lead with a second goal (21). From the same corner, Patna took the ball and Al-Fateh added a second goal to target the bird to the right of Kurohev (22).
When Peruvian Christian Cueva exchanged the ball with his teammate, he missed the chance to start it (28). Al-Ittihad equalized after a penalty kick by Romarinho da Silva, who played strongly on the field to the left of Ukraine goalkeeper Maxim Koval (38). Al-Ittihad had a chance to equalize, but Brazil’s Igor Gornado’s ball crossed the crossbar (41) and Koval saved his goal with a goal, which was blocked by Gornado and converted into a corner (42).
In the second half, al-Ittihad intensified the pressure and after several attempts Romero was able to equalize when he got to a cross, which he headed in with Maxim Koval (75) heading to the right to settle the third goal. He took advantage of Brazilian substitute Bruno Henrique Turbacca in front of goal and when the ball was played directly inside the goal (90 + 2), after scoring, referee Al-Fath awarded a red card to player Christian Cueva. With two goals from Argentina’s Luciano Vietto (5) and Peruvian Andy Carrillo (75), Al Hilal easily joined the club line-up to qualify for the quarterfinals by easily beating his leading guest.
In the second round, Al Hilal will face the winner of the match and agree on the winner’s land. When Witto got a ball into the penalty area, al-Hilal not only gave his guest four minutes to cut the bar, he prepared for himself and played to the right of Ahmed al-Rahili (5). Defender Akhil Balkit saved his goal from the second goal, who intervened in time and cleared the ball before Vito crossed the goal line (9). Had it not been for the ingenuity of Abdullah al-Mayoup, who blocked Brazil’s Eduardo Henrique, Al-Rat almost corrected the end of the second half (47).
From the fast attack, Vieto sent a ball to Peruvian Andy Guerrero, who added his second goal with Al Hilal, who faced the goal and hit the ball hard to Ahmed Al-Rahili (75). Al-Raid finished the match with ten players after the referee awarded a second yellow card to his defender Mohamed Salem (76). In the fifth minute of stoppage time, a deadly goal from Angola striker Fabio Abru caught Al-Badin’s ticket to qualify for the quarterfinals after a hard-fought victory over his guest al-Hasm. In the next round, al-Badin will face the winner of the Al-Payha and Aba match.
Capitals, October 3, 2017 – England’s Manchester City are looking to take an important new step towards retaining their Champions League title when they visit Leipzig in Germany tomorrow (Wednesday). Competition. Two Group Six matches (hard iron) take the spotlight again from other matches scheduled for tomorrow in this round, as French Paris Saint-Germain host English Newcastle and German Borussia Dortmund. Italy meets Milan. Manchester City began their quest to retain their title after beating Serbian Red Star Belgrade 3-1 in the first round of Group G fixtures, but tomorrow’s game against Leipzig represents a strong test for the team. 2-2 with Bayern Munich earlier this month. A week in the German league and heading into tomorrow’s match with big ambitions. “City” and Leipzig met in the round of 16 of the same competition last season, and they drew 1-1 in the first leg in Germany, and “City” won 7-0 in Manchester, which gave a strong boost. The team is on track to win the championship title for the first time. Manchester City will be hoping for a similar renewed push during tomorrow’s match and will look to top the group they shared with Leipzig after beating Switzerland’s Young Boys 3-1 in the first round. In the other fixture in the group, Red Star Belgrade face Young Boys in search of a first win in the group. In Group Six, Borussia Dortmund will face a much tougher test in the second round as they host Milan, who have been in excellent form this season and are currently level with their neighbors Inter Milan at the top of the Italian league. Both Dortmund and Milan are looking for their first wins in the group, with the former losing 0-2 to Saint-Germain and drawing 0-0 with Newcastle in the first round of group games. Dortmund player Edin Tercic said: “Against St-Germain we need to play more bravely and attack more… We showed in the second half what we can offer if we move better and play with more confidence.” The defeat against Saint-Germain in the first round is Dortmund’s only defeat, compared to 9 wins and 5 draws in the last 15 matches played by the team in the group stage of the Champions League. In the second match of the group, Newcastle will meet Paris Saint-Germain amid different circumstances for both teams at local level, while Saint-Germain dropped another two points in defending the French league title with a goalless draw with Clermont Foot. Newcastle beat Burnley 2-0 in the English Premier League. It was Newcastle’s third consecutive win in their domestic matches since their goalless draw with Milan in the first round of the Champions League. Newcastle will look to secure a win tomorrow and confirm their ability to balance performance at local and continental levels. Portugal’s Porto, who beat Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk 3-1 in the first round, will meet Spain’s Barcelona at the top of Group H tomorrow after beating Belgium’s Royal Antwerp 5-0. Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez said: “All my players are enjoying the performance at the moment… We are performing in better conditions now than before, maybe the best since I took charge of the team.” In tomorrow’s other group game, Antwerp meet Shakhtar Donetsk, both looking for their first win in the group. In two other games tomorrow, Spain’s Atletico Madrid take on Dutch Feyenoord and Scottish Celtic take on Italy’s Lazio.
Group challenge Hilal of Saudi Arabia Hosted by Iran’s Nazaji Masandaran this evening, Tuesday as part of the second round of Group D matches, a stage for the AFC Champions League for the current season 2023-24.
Azadi Stadium in Tehran will host Nazaji Mazandaran vs Al Hilal at 7pm Cairo time.
As a result of the draw, Al Hilal were placed in Group Four of the competition along with Iranian Mazandaran Weavers, Indian Mumbai City FC and Uzbekistan’s Nafpakor..
Al Hilal were held to a first-round draw against Nawbahor, with a goal in the match, and will be looking to top the group stages by grabbing points for the entire tournament, while Nazaji will be looking to continue their winning streak. Defeated Mumbai by two unanswered goals in the last round..
As the Saudi leader looks for success, Al Hilal’s coach, Portuguese Jorge Jesus, realizes Mazandaran’s situation is different from that of Uzbekistan’s champions, and Jesus relies on a group of stars such as Brazilian Neymar da Silva. The midfielder, along with the dangerous Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, in addition to many stars, Morocco World Cup goalkeeper Yassin Bouno, Ruben Neves, Kalidou Koulibaly and other specialists such as Malcom.
Al Hilal’s Portuguese coach is expected to start the match against Nazaji with the following formation:
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said on Monday that facing Napoli, one of Italy’s best teams, will be the toughest for the team in the Champions League group stage.
Spanish first division leaders Real Madrid began their quest for a 15th title with a 1-0 win over hosts Union Berlin last month, with third-placed Napoli winning in the Italian league. 2-1 win over hosts Sporting Prague.
Tuesday’s clash at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium could be decisive as both teams look to top Group C.
Ancelotti, who previously coached Napoli, told reporters: “We will play against the best Italian teams. He did well last season. It will be a competitive match and the balance will be even because he is at a high level.
“It will be a very difficult match for us in the group stage. I don’t want to say we are used to it, but the shirt of this club is very heavy on our shoulders.”
Ancelotti will return to Napoli after leading the team in 73 matches between 2018 and 2019, where he avoided defeat in the group stage of the Champions League before being eliminated when they finished seventh in the Italian league.
“I have positive memories,” Ancelotti said. “It’s a magical city. There are less happy moments. But I had a great experience. It doesn’t make sense to reminisce before a match like this. It’s better to end the relationship. It’s not good between the club and the coach.
“I think it’s the right decision for Napoli and for me, as I’m returning to the best club in the world after two years.”
The last clash between Real Madrid and Napoli was before the Champions League for the 2016-2017 season, where the Spanish giants continued their journey to win the title with a 3-1 win over the two rounds of 16 matches by the same scoreline.