Razovic regrets the missed opportunities achieved by Al-Annabi players

Al-Anbari: The late comeback in the Fujairah and Al Wahda matches is our biggest drawback

The joy of unity with Matavz's goal was not complete after the strong return to Sharjah in the last minutes.

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During the summit match on the first day of the second round of the Arab Gulf League, the day before yesterday, the Sharjah team repeated the Fujairah match scenario, when it reversed its delay in front of Al-Wahda 1-0 to a 2-1 victory, as it had previously been late in the first round result against Al-Fujairah 2-1, before turning that into a 4-2 victory in the last minutes.

Sharjah coach Abdulaziz Al-Anbari commented on this matter, which was repeated in the two matches, and said in the press conference: "The late comeback of the team in the Fujairah and Al-Wahda matches and despite winning in them, it is one of our main negatives, and we must review this matter in the upcoming matches."

Sharjah maintained the full score with six points, reportedly losing from Al-Wahda 2-1 last season, and also passed a difficult test against an experienced team such as Al-Wehda, which defeated Hatta in the first round with a hexagon.

Although Sharjah was completely absent from the atmosphere of the match, especially in the first half that was dominated by Al-Wehda, he managed to turn the tables on Annabi in 21 minutes, taking advantage of the latter's mistakes, and scored two goals through

Brazilian Wilton Suarez (78), then defender Shaheen Abdel Rahman (89) with a header, taking advantage of the lack of defensive coverage for the unit.

The substitutions of Al-Wahda coach Razovic led to confusion in the ranks of Al-Annabi, especially when he took out the owner of the goal of the unit, the Slovenian Matavz, and also Tahnoon Al-Zaabi, who passed him the goal ball, which relieved the defense of Sharjah.

The "king" also benefited from the interventions of Al-Anbari, when he pushed against Salem Saleh, Abdullah Ghanem and Marcus Meloni.

Al-Anbari confirmed that he is working to address the recurrence of the late comeback, expressing his fear that this situation will continue as it is not normal, and that the upcoming matches may not allow the same.

On the other hand, he saw a positive point in it, as he said that coming back in the result and achieving victory confirms the players' desire and persistence until the last minute.

He added, "Sharjah started the match well and controlled the ball, but Al-Wahda was the best organization, and succeeded in exploiting our mistakes by scoring the progress goal."

On the other hand, Al-Wahda coach Razovic said that "the result is unfair", stressing that his team could have won three or four goals in exchange for wasted opportunities, especially in the first half.

He continued at the press conference:

"If you do not score, he will score against you, and this saying was applied to unity in the match."

Igor: My problem with the club has ended ... and Sharjah is "my home and my family"

Sharjah player Igor said that "the problem between him and Sharjah club has ended," describing Sharjah club as "his home and his family."

It is reported that Igor was demanding an increase in his salary, which raised a problem in the relationship of the two sides.

But the player told Abu Dhabi Sports Channel, the day before yesterday, that things between him and the club's management are good, and that he has two more seasons left in his contract, in addition to the current season.

He said he was happy to settle in Sharjah and to stay with him for a long time.


Sharjah trailed twice in the score against Fujairah 2-1, before winning 4-2, then against Al-Wahda 1-0, so it emerged victorious 2-1.

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