The Arab Gulf League .. Al-Jazeera wastes the opportunity to widen the gap with Bani Yas
Al-Jazeera squandered the opportunity to widen the difference with the closest chasers Bani Yas, and settled for a positive draw with its host Ajman 3-3 in the match that brought them together at Rashid bin Saeed Stadium, on Monday, in the 24th round of the Arab Gulf Football League.
Al-Jazeera maintained the point difference that separates it with "Al-Samawi", after raising its balance to 51 points, while Ajman raised its score, as well, to 15 points.
The visiting team ended the first half with a two-goal lead, as Emo Ezequiel scored for Al-Jazeera (10) and Cofas (31), while Ajman's goal came through Mali, Maiga.
Ajman managed to score two goals, respectively, through Maiga (46) and Luiz Antonio (64), before Ali Mabkhout equaled for Al Jazeera (79).
Al-Jazeera did not give Ajman a chance to catch a breath, and pressed from the first minute, until he managed to score his first goal from a ball that Khalifa Al Hammadi launched from the left side, and distributed a ball that passed by the defenders and the goalkeeper and reached Emo Ezequiel, he did not find it difficult to divert it into the goal. .
Another opportunity arose for Al-Jazeera to consolidate its progress from a steady blow on the outskirts of the box. Ali Mabkhout came to it and hit it over the crossbar (21).
And the match turned upside down, as Ajman suddenly became active and Abu Bakr Trawally fired from outside the box, turning Ali Khasif with the tips of his fingers into a corner kick.
On the same attack, Lewis distributed a cross into the box, which rebounded to Maiga, who played it with a double backhand, to the left of the goalkeeper who only looked at it and the ball entered the net.
After a period of confusion, Al-Jazira returned to advance again through Kwas, who fired from inside the box, so the ball hit defender Abdul Rahman Rakan and changed its direction into the goal.
The match revealed secrets in the second half, which Ajman entered in a different way and was the best party, when Maiga managed to equalize from a rebound ball from goalkeeper Ali Khasif, he did not find it difficult to place it into the goal.
The brilliance of the orange, who managed to take advantage of his advantage and succeeded in advancing for the first time on the island, continued with a penalty kick calculated by referee Hamad Ali Youssef, which was successfully executed by Louise Antonio inside the goal.
Al-Jazeera pressed after he was late in search of a tie, and a penalty kick was awarded to him, Ali Mabkhout, and deposited it to the right of the goalkeeper.
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