Al-Ain captain: We have 1% left to settle the league, and I challenge the fans to gather 15,000 for Wednesday's match

Al-Ain team captain, international Khaled Issa, confirmed that their team won the ADNOC Professional Football League title by 99%, while at the same time there was still 1% to officially crown, in reference to the need for their team to obtain 3 points out of 4 matches awaiting them until The end of the current season, after the precious victory this evening against Al Dhafra with a clean goal in the 22nd round of the competition.

The "leader" is now enough for him to win his next match against Al-Jazira, scheduled for next Wednesday evening, at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium, to officially guarantee the title at the end of the season, even without waiting for the rest of the matches of the clubs competing with him for the title, as the team leads the standings with 55 points, a difference of 10 points from The rest of the pursuers of Al Wahda, Al Jazeera and Sharjah respectively.

The international goalkeeper entered into a challenge with the "Violet" fans, asking them to attend the match against Al-Jazira with 15,000 fans in order to resolve the remaining 1% to achieve the title and celebrate with them the title of the competition that has been absent for years, and said: "We, as players, challenge them to attend with 15,000 spectators for Wednesday's match. and other confrontations.

Khaled Issa, who saved his team from receiving the equalizer at the last second in the Al Dhafra match and secured the result of the victory, said in televised statements to Abu Dhabi Sports Channel after the match that success was their ally in the match and that they were bad during the match, but they nevertheless achieved victory.

He added, "I expect that coach Sergei Rebrov is not satisfied with the performance in today's match and will have a conversation with us in order to discuss the negatives that appeared on our performance in today's match."

Al-Zaeem is waiting for 4 confrontations until the end of the season against Al-Jazira, Al-Nasr, Ajman and Sharjah, respectively.

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