5 factors behind Sharjah's victory, most notably Cosmin's imprint

Ben Mlangwa led Sharjah to win over Khorfakkan.

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The Sharjah coach, Romanian Olario Cosmin, succeeded in returning the "king" to the fore of victories in the team's first match under his leadership, since he received the training of Sharjah, succeeding the coach of the citizen Abdulaziz Al-Anbari, after he beat Khorfakkan by three goals to one, the day before yesterday, in the tenth round. In the ADNOC Professional League, Sharjah, which raised its score to 16 points, can return to compete for the league title.

Five elements emerged to the fore, which contributed to Sharjah's victory and return with the three points:

Cosmin's imprint

Coach Kuzmin succeeded in imposing his technical mark, known as pressure on the opponent, and playing at a fast pace, and was helped by the players' desire to restore distinguished results, despite the short period in which he coached the team.


Sharjah players played the match in high spirits. Coach Cosmin helped a lot in implementing his technical plan, and they played a strong match, after they dominated the first half and completed the match with high concentration.

audience pause

The crowd stood firmly behind the Sharjah team and its new coach Cosmin, declaring his reconciliation with the team after a series of modest results, as he attended greatly and encouraged until the last minute.

missed opportunities

The Khorfakkan strikers' neglect of the easy opportunities they faced in front of Sharjah's goal, especially those missed by the Brazilian Paulinho, contributed to not receiving more than one goal, while the "king" benefited from most of the opportunities he had, despite their limitations.

attack brilliance

The Sharjah attack returned to scoring goals and investing opportunities, especially the team's top scorer, Ben Malango, thanks to Cosmin's offensive directives, along with the cohesion of the defense with the return of Shaheen Abdul Rahman.

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