Al-Anbari's adventure turns Sharjah's delay into a victory against Al Jazeera (photos)
Sharjah turned its delay in front of its guest, Al-Jazira, "the title holder", with a goal to a valuable victory with two goals during the exciting confrontation that brought the two teams together today, Friday, at the Sharjah Club Stadium in the fifth round of the Professional Football League "ADNOC", to raise Al Jazeera its score to 12 points in second place behind Al Ain The leaders and Al-Jazira remained at 10 points after receiving the first loss in the league.
The match witnessed exciting events, represented in the expulsion of Al Jazira defender Khalifa Al Hammadi “50” for assaulting the Sharjah player Shukurov. Al Jazira also lost its Dutch coach Marcel Kaiser after he was expelled at the beginning of the second half to lead his team from the stands. Sharjah also played minus ten players after the expulsion of Brazilian player Bernard. 68" for receiving a second yellow card.
Al-Jazira advanced with an early goal scored by Mabkhout just two minutes after the start of the match, taking advantage of the pass of the Brazilian Joao Victor, to equalize the substitute player Khaled Bawazir, the score "82", taking advantage of a wonderful pass from Shorov, "before the Congolese top scorer scored the second goal" 86 from a great individual effort.
The changes and the adventure of Sharjah coach Abdul Aziz Al Anbari in the second half changed the scenario of the match, especially after Khaled Bawazeer and Ahmed Al Attas entered.
The start of the match came quickly from both teams, and Al-Jazira started the best and most active on the field and put pressure on the Sharjah front thanks to the movements of his player Joao Victor, which resulted in the goal of progress in the match.
Al Jazira goalkeeper Ali Khaseef excelled in saving his team from more than one chance for Sharjah, most notably the Brazilian Bernard "41" shot.
In the second half, Sharjah tried to return to the match, and despite the shortage in its ranks, it succeeded in winning the match.
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