The Victory Banner rises in front of Al Dhafra in the "90 + 6" minute.
Nasrawi's joy of the fatal victory over Al Dhafra.
Al-Nasr dedicated its historic contract to Al Dhafra, and managed to achieve a difficult victory over it 3-2 in the exciting confrontation that brought them together at Al Maktoum Stadium, in the 24th round of the Arab Gulf Football League.
Al-Dean ended the eighth consecutive season without losing to Al Dhafra, to raise his tally to the 45th point, while Al Dhafra’s balance remained at 21 points.
The last loss to Al-Nassr against Al Dhafra was in the 2012-2013 season, with a goal scored by Senegalese Diop.
Portuguese Toouzi imposed himself the first man of the match by scoring the two goals of victory in the first half in the two minutes «31 and 45 + 1», while Senegalese Makhiti Diop reduced the difference «74», then Mohamed Ismail equalized «84», before Tigali returned and gave the advance to his team again. "90 + 6".
Al-Nassr started the match with a chance for its striker Tigali from the only one on the net, but he lost the ball very strangely.
Al Dhafra defender Saeed Al Rawahi almost cost his team a goal, when he accidentally passed a ball to Tigali and placed him alone with goalkeeper Ziad Al Omari, but Al Nasr striker refused to accept the gift (28).
The mistakes of the Al Dhafra players continued, when Ahmed Mahmoud committed a mistake with Tozi inside the box and the video technology decided that it counted a penalty kick for the latter to successfully implement it inside the net, and the player himself succeeded in enhancing the progress of victory with a missile from a distance that settled on the right of the goalkeeper.
In the second half, Al Dhafra punished the victory over the missed opportunity, as Diop succeeded in reducing the difference with a header so that the ball fell from Ahmed Chambé's glove and settled inside his own goal.
Muhammad Ismail returned to escape from Mahmoud Khamis, and entered the ball into the box and fired to the left of the goalkeeper, scoring a tie.
However, the mistakes of Al Dhafra's defense continued when Moroccan Essam Al-Adoua sent Mahmoud Khamis’s shot with his hand, so that the referee considered it a penalty kick that Tigali turned into the net.
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