Saturday, May 18, 2024

Unity struck Lebanon Tower at a critical time


Although Al-Wahda midfielder Brazilian Alan Marquez has already made his mark with Al-Annabi since his first meeting after joining the team this season, the first leg of the match between Al-Wahda and Al-Burj Al-Lebanon saw the veteran midfielder’s first scoring mark in the opening round of the King Salman Cup for Arab Clubs. .

In his first match with Al-Wahda against Al-Wahda in the fourth round of the ADNOC Professional League, Alan succeeded in stealing the hearts of Al-Wahdawiyya and being the “nail” in the middle of Al-Annabi, and the missing ones. The piece at the center of the focal point is the presence of a former global and international player of the caliber of Allen from Everton, England.

Allan joined the battalion of Al-Wahda players to score this season with a stoppage-time goal against Lebanon Tower, taking his tally to 16 for the club in all competitions, a record tally. Players who scored for a team in a season.

Alan made 22 appearances with Al-Wahda, including 17 in the league he joined after the third round, and missed just one match due to a suspension for accumulating cautions, totaling 1474 minutes and 4 appearances. Two matches in Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank Cup and President Cup.

According to the player statistics of the Professional League, he successfully killed the ball from the opponents 50 times, 29 triples with a success rate of 48%, 11 influential passes, 820 correct passes, and he made 153 successful coverages throughout the league matches. , and 142 successful tackles.

It is worth noting that Al-Wahda signed Allen from Everton in one of the strongest signings of the season and occupied the center of the game for two seasons as the player has one season left on his contract with Al-Wahda.

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On the other hand, the first team continues its training in preparation to take on Tippa Al-Fujairah tomorrow, Thursday, in the postponed 22nd round of the ADNOC Professional League due to participation in the King Salman Cup. Arab Clubs.

Al-Wehda succeeded in qualifying for the second preliminary round of the Arab Championship for the second time in its history after beating Lebanon Tower 3-0 and 1-0 back-to-back. Al-Wehda’s clash with Royal Moroccan Army and Libyan Union will be the closest, with the Moroccan side having the best chance of qualifying after winning the first leg four goals to one, facing the finalist of the Royal Moroccan Army and the Libyan Union.

The coaching staff, led by Dutchman Arnaud Buttenweg, is awaiting the return of several players who have been absent from the past due to injury and illness, with Mathews Perera absent due to health issues, Tahnoon Al Zaabi due to muscle soreness due to his sensation, Sebastian Thighali, Faris Juma and Muhammad Ali.

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