Al-Anbari: Sharjah was not bad in recent times, but in front of the "Eagles", he took advantage of the opportunities

Igor, the attacking effectiveness and the mistakes of Khorfakkan restore the sparkle to "the king"

Igor manipulated the day before yesterday to defend Khorfakkan and raised his tally to 15 goals.

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The Sharjah team returned to the winning streak, the day before yesterday, at the expense of its guest Khorfakkan, and with a great score of five goals against one goal for the guests, in the 20th round of the Arab Gulf League.

This victory returned the glamor to the Sharjah team, after five rounds in which he did not taste the taste of victory, as it was his last victory in the 14th round against Fujairah.

Many technical factors contributed to Sharjah’s superiority, perhaps the most prominent of which was the offensive effectiveness and the exploitation of opportunities, in addition to the great glow of the team’s star, Brazilian Igor, the owner of the "Super Hattrick", as well as the occurrence of Khorfakkan defenders in many mistakes.

Sharjah reduced the difference with the leaders, Al-Jazira, to four points, six rounds before the conclusion of the league that holds its title.

Most of Sharjah's players appeared in a high physical and psychological condition, as was the harmony and understanding between the attacking trio, Igor, and his compatriots Cayo Lucas and Wilton Suarez, as well as good focus and mastery of dealing with fixed balls and counterattacks, as well as Sharjah's exploitation of the opportunities that had arisen for him, and translating them into goals. In addition to the fatal defensive holes in the ranks of Khor Fakkan, which enabled Sharjah to reach its nets easily and comfortably.

Igor raised his goal tally to 15, after he missed scoring in five previous rounds, and his last record was two goals against Fujairah in the 14th round. The remarkable number in the match was the possession, as Sharjah left Khorfakkan possession by 61.9%, while he showed « The King »The required offensive effectiveness, albeit with possession, reached 38.1%.

"It was a difficult match, especially after the results were not good in the recent period, but the team's exploitation of opportunities was an important factor, and it contributed to the victory," Sharjah coach Abdulaziz Al-Anbari said at the press conference.

He added, "Sharjah was not bad in the past, but he was not taking advantage of the opportunities during the matches."

Al-Anbari indicated that the readiness of more than one player in the team gives the technical staff comfort in choosing the required elements.

Khorfakkan coach: A number of players were not ready

Khorfakkan coach, Brazilian Caio, said that "a number of his team's players were not prepared as required, and that some of them suffered various health problems."

And he continued in the press conference: "Sharjah has good players who are able to change the outcome, and the many mistakes that we made, and we were not able to prevent the counter-attacks of Sharjah, have contributed to this."

Technical factors brought Sharjah back to the path of victories

1- The high psychological and moral state of Sharjah players.

2- The optimal use of opportunities and offensive effectiveness, despite the 38% acquisition.

3- Harmony and the great understanding between the trio, Igor, Kayo and Suarez.

4- The extraordinary brilliance of Igor and his record "Super Hattrick".

5- The fatal defensive flaws in the Khorfakkan defense.

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