Al Dhafra remains in the professional league.. and Arabism is bid farewell
The coach of Al Dhafra team, Moroccan Badr Al Din Al Idrissi, was involved in a crying fit after his team beat Al Orouba 2-1 in the confrontation that brought together the two teams this evening, Wednesday, in the “last” 26th round of the ADNOC Professional Football League, after his team guaranteed to remain officially within the clubs The Professional League, while Al-Uruba joined the Emirates in the First Division.
Al-Idrisi took over the team’s training last March at a difficult time, succeeding the Brazilian Rogerio Micale, as the team was competing to stay until yesterday’s match, which he entered with two chances to win or draw, but the team decided his survival through the precious victory that came in recent times, to raise “Fares Al Dhafra” his score. to 24 points, while the orouba points froze at 18.
Al Dhafra players and the technical staff stood in an honorary corridor after the end of the match, and the Emirates players passed through it, in a gesture from the Al Dhafra players to raise the morale of the Al Uruba players who were relegated to the First Division.
Al-Uruba cut the match tape early, specifically in the 15th minute, when striker Muhammad Khalfan scored from a header that gave his teammates a short period of relief, because winning alone was enough for the team.
With the passage of time, the hosts entered the atmosphere of the match and equalized by Walid Amber in the 28th minute, taking advantage of a perfect pass from his Senegalese teammate Makiti Diop.
Al Dhafra snatched the victory goal in the 89th minute with a powerful shot from inside the penalty area to give his team the three points with which he confirmed the team's stay with the professional clubs next season.
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