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.
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