"Abu Dhabi's pride" temporarily rises to the ranks
10 minutes to delight the island in front of Hatta
Al-Jazeera players celebrate winning and the 14th point.
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Al-Jazira team succeeded in settling the result of their match against Hatta yesterday, in the start of the seventh round of the Arab Gulf League with two goals for nothing, which ensured that they scored in the first half, and in just 10 minutes, Ali Mabkhout (29) and the Serbian Kosanovic (39), to reach the team to Point 14, temporarily occupying the top spot, while the Hatta team remained at the back of the table with one point.
Hatta was the best in the first half, and the most organized, and was close to Ali Khasif's goal. On more than one occasion, the international goalkeeper deftly responded to attacks, most notably the Zambian Musandi ball, who was alone in the goal and hit the goalkeeper's hand.
Contrary to expectations, Al-Jazeera managed to score the first goal of an organized attack by Ali Mabkhout in the 29th minute, from a ball inside the penalty area that hit the goalkeeper and settled into the net, and 10 minutes later Kosanovic succeeded in scoring the second goal from a long-range free kick. Goalkeeper Saeed Al-Mesmari deals with her, to announce the second goal for Al-Jazeera, to reassure the team before the end of the first half of the match's outcome.
In the second half, Hatta tried to reach Al-Jazirah goal, but without a real result. On the other hand, Al-Jazira and his coach relied on calming the atmosphere and playing on the counter-attacks that posed a danger to Hatta's goal, but the brilliance of Hatta's goalkeeper, Saeed Al-Mismari, stood in front of Al-Jazeera's attacks after relying on Passes in the middle of the field, to end the match after that with the result of the first half itself, which is two goals free of charge.
The disappointing result was for coach Vermesovic, who made his debut for Hatta, after he was finally appointed to succeed Greece’s Countis.
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