January 30, 2023

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The UAE national team looked good and had the ball

The UAE national team looked good and had the ball

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has confirmed that the national team showed the best positive side despite losing to Australia during the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Qatar.

The day before yesterday, our national team lost 1-2 at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium in Doha and the Australian team qualified for the World Play-Off round.

Australia scored in the 53rd minute through Jackson Irwin, and three minutes later Kayo Caneto equalized for our national team, with Eden Rostic scoring the winning goal for Australia in the 84th minute.

The AFC added: “During the first half the UAE national team looked good, grabbed the ball and tried to launch an attacking effort against Australia’s Matt Ryan’s goalkeeper.”

AFC focused on our team player, Sohail fought and his brilliance during the meeting, further explained: “Harib Sohail missed a dangerous opportunity for Emirates in the 19th minute when he wanted to go to the left and shoot. To remove it, Ryan went back to the right and hit the strong ball before facing the goal, and Ryan started in the 35th minute and saved it.

The Asian Federation pointed out that Suhail started again on the left after the start of the second half and sent off more than one defender before throwing the ball from a narrow angle set aside by the Australian goalkeeper.

The Australian national team faces fifth-placed Peru in the South American qualifying round, and the match will take place next Monday at the Ahmed Ben Ali Stadium. The winning team will qualify for the World Cup final and advance to the first round. Competition with France, Denmark and Tunisia in Group D.

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