Al Dhafra retrieves the "Memory of Victories" from the Khorfakkan Gate

Yassin Al-Bakhit (right) overtakes Khorfakkan player Hazza Salem.

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Al Dhafra team regained the memory of their victories by defeating their guest Khorfakkan with two clean goals, in the match that brought the two teams together, yesterday evening, at Hamdan Bin Zayed Stadium, within the sixth round of the Arab Gulf Football League, in a match in which the Brazilian player Denilson scored one of the goals of the meeting, with a kick A penalty carried out in the manner of the former Czechoslovakian national team player, Antonin Panenka, to secure his team's lead with the second goal at a time when the "Eagles" were close to a tie.

Al-Dhafra returned to score the three points, after the absence of two rounds in which he received two heavy losses against Sharjah 0-5 and Al Ain 1-4 respectively, but he stopped the point bleeding with the important victory that he achieved yesterday, to put the team the tenth point on its score, while Khorfakkan points were frozen for one point in The penultimate position.

The owners of the land imposed their control over the course of the meeting from the first minutes, taking advantage of the remarkable retreat of the "Eagles" players to their back areas, which gave "Faris Al Dhafra" spaces in the middle of the stadium to build attacks with ease, while the guests continued to exchange balls in their back areas with intermittent offensive attempts Which helped them finish the first half with a goalless draw.

The second half began with the insistence of Al Dhafra players to reach the net, which was achieved after a lot of pressure, as the Dutch professional, Michael Rushville, was able to break through the solid defensive wall of the guests, and score the goal for his team in the 59th minute, and the player returned and got a penalty kick. Including fellow Brazilian Denilson, the second goal in the 83rd minute from a penalty kick, which was the goal that ended the match.

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