"The Mouse" guides Baniyas to its first victory at the expense of Al Dhafra

Bani Yas returned today with the first winning points this season, from Al Dhafra Stadium in the ADNOC Professional League competitions, after a “drama” in the two teams’ match, where Bani Yas benefited from the “mouse” video technology in calculating the winning goal scored by Fawaz Awana in the 95th minute. The match witnessed excitement from the beginning, after Bani Yas advanced through Ivkovic in the 12th minute, before "Al-Samawi" burned with friendly fire through an own goal by Amer Abdul Rahman in the 61st minute. Bani Yas rose with his points to four, compared to three points for pterygium.

The "Cyan", who finished second last season with 54 points, "was hopeful to restore the memory of victories and achieve his first victory in the current season, after he drew in one match and lost in two matches, and got what he wanted in an exciting way until the last minute. Returning to the course of the meeting, the two teams shared the performance At the start of the first half of the match, at a time when Baniyas was the most dangerous party inside the penalty area, and a clear understanding appeared between the newcomer, the Swede Isaac Thelin and the rest of the team’s players, unlike the player’s first appearance in the last match against Al Ain.

With the passage of time, the rate of dangerous attacks by "Heavenly" increased, while Al Dhafra was in the defense field, and with repeated attempts, the guests succeeded in deciphering the defensive code for the owners of the land in the 12th minute, when midfielder Amer Abdul Rahman took a corner kick, which the Serbian defender rose above everyone and around it. Headed into the far corner, while goalkeeper Abdullah Sultan only watched her touch the net.

Al Dhafra began the second half and put pressure on the Bani Yas goal, and this caused the guests to make costly mistakes, which resulted in a draw that came with friendly fire after Bani Yas player Amer Abdul Rahman scored a goal in his team’s net in the 61st minute as he tried to remove the cross from the front of the Al Dhafra striker. Senegalese Makiti Diop, but the ball went into the net of his team's goalkeeper.

The exciting turning point in the match came during the 95th minute, when Baniyas scored a goal through Fawaz Awana, after a suspected touch by his colleague Isaac Thelin, before the ball returned to Awana.

After returning to the "mouse" technique, the goal was calculated in favor of Baniyas.

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