Fluctuations in the atmosphere of the UAE League ... and an enjoyable tour of the island
Al-Jazira star Mohammed Rabie scored Al-Jazeera’s first goal against Sharjah in the top of the UAE League. Photo: Osama Abu Ghanem
Al-Jazirah ignited the competition for the Arab Gulf League title after he removed Sharjah and deservedly won the lead for the first time after his deserved victory with three clean goals in the summit meeting within the 18th round, and Al-Jazira jumped with his score to 40 points, while Sharjah's score froze at 37 points, continuing to bleed points.
Bani Yas strengthened his chances of competing at the top after maintaining his third position, raising his score to 36 points, surpassing the sorrows of his exit from the President's Cup by beating Ajman with two clean goals, while Ajman remained in the penultimate position with only nine points in the downward spiral.
Al-Nasr jumped to fourth place after raising its tally to 33 points by beating Hatta 2-0 to forcefully enter the competition circle for the title, while Hatta's situation increased in complexity in the last place with five points.
Shabab Al-Ahly rose to fifth place, ahead of a big step by scoring three points after defeating Khor Fakkan with difficulty 4-3 to raise its score to 32 points in sixth place, while Khor Fakkan’s balance froze at 15 points in 11th place and Al-
Zaeem Al-Ainawi moved away from the competition struggle after retreating from fourth place To the sixth, after his balance was frozen at 30 points, after he received a painful loss from Al Dhafra with two goals to one goal, while the latter raised his tally to 20 points, to enter the safety zone in the tenth place, and the match witnessed the count of three penalty kicks, including two penalties for Al Dhafra and one for Al Ain.
Al Wasl and Al Wehdah disappointed their fans after they won only one point by tying them 2-2, to raise each of the two teams to 28 points, to continue the partnership between them to occupy Al-Wahda seventh and Al Wasl eighth, and Al-Wehda completed the match with ten players after the expulsion of its Portuguese player, Robin Felipe.
Ittihad Kalba jumped to ninth place after a precious 3-point victory over Fujairah, raising its score by 26 points, to sit in the warm region, while this loss increased Fujairah's suffering, leaving only 10 points in the 12th position.
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