Kalba tames the "wolves" and moves to the "warm" region
A great joy for the Kalba players after the precious victory over Fujairah.
From the source
Ittihad Kalba won a deserved 3-0 victory over its host Fujairah in the match that was held yesterday in the 18th round of the Arabian Gulf League.
Kalba moved to the warm region in the middle of the league standings with 26 points, while Fujairah remained in the midst of the risk of bottoming in the 12th place with 10 points.
Togolese Malaba scored two of his team's three goals.
Kalba controlled most of the match, and also benefited from the exit of the most dangerous Fujairah player, Christian, due to injury in the 28th minute.
And the referee awarded the match, Muhammad Obeid, a penalty kick to the Kalba Association after returning to (the mouse), after Abdullah Al-Matroushi touched the ball, and Malaba paid it to the right of the goal (45 + 3).
Kalba boosted the result with the second goal through Mohamed Sabil, who took advantage of a long ball and he reached it from Mariani who completed it inside the goal (53).
Fujairah tried to respond, but Abdullah Saeed's header went next to the post (65), and the left post responded with a ball shot by Fujairah defender, Nigerian Moftao Olabi (72).
Malaba missed a third goal opportunity after he was alone in the goal, which was saved by Fujairah goalkeeper Saleh Rabee '83, then returned afterwards to score the third (88).
Malaba scored a brace from the Kalba hat-trick, leading his team to point 26.
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