The rising star of Unity responds to Marvik's critics

The young player Abdullah Hamdallah (20 years), scored two goals, to directly contribute to his team's victory, 3-1, against its host Al Dhafra, today, Friday, at Hamdan bin Zayed Stadium, within the eighth round of the ADNOC Professional Football League, and retained "Al Annabi". With his unbeaten record this season, he also raised his score to 14 points, while Al Dhafra froze at seven points.


The young player stood behind the first and third goals scored by Syrian Omar Khribin and Portuguese Fabio Martins, respectively, in front of the goal. He faced criticism for giving a young player such an opportunity as the playoffs reached the decisive stages.


Returning to the match, Al-Wehda cut the match’s goals tape very early in the life of the match, through its Syrian striker Omar Khribin in the second minute of the match, taking advantage of Abdullah Hamdallah’s pass that put him in front of the goal, to hit the ball in the closed corner, which contributed to resting the nerves of his team .


And returned guests and scored the

second goal in the

meeting by veteran Ismail Matar ,

who placed a

free kick superbly in the

far left corner of goalkeeper Dhafra Khalid Sinani recent inability to deal with them to live sheet, and doubled the

suffering of the

owners of the

land after the

expulsion of the

player behind Hosni second yellow card in 26 minutes


and go The second half was controlled and united, amid sporadic attempts by the owners of the land, which prompted the unit to increase its goals, and the third goal came by the Portuguese Fabio Martins in the 68th minute with the help of Abdullah Hamdallah, while the Brazilian Pedro Pavlov scored the goal of Al Dhafra Al Wahda in the 73rd minute.

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