Al Wahda achieves its first victory in the league.. Al-Bataeh the victim

Al-Wahda tasted its first victory in the ADNOC Professional League, when it defeated its host Al-Bataeh, 4-0, in the match that brought them together at Ittihad Kalba Stadium, on Sunday evening, in the fourth round of the competition.

Faris Juma'a opened the scoring in the 22nd minute with a header after Adrian Silva's orange cross, ascended by the defenders and scored to the left of the goalkeeper, to celebrate then by wearing the "mask".

In the same way, the other Brazilian defender Lucas Pimenta succeeded in adding the second goal from a header also from a corner distributed by Ismail Matar “76”, then the same player added the second goal for him and the third for his team in a replica “90 + 1”, and Tigali concluded the goals of the match by scoring the fourth goal. 90+6.

Al-Wahda started the match with great pressure and almost opened the scoring early through a header missed by Abdullah Salmin, but defender Faris Jumaa was able to translate his team's advantage to a goal, from a header taking advantage of Adrian Silva's cross, and rose to it before the Al-Bataeh defenders, and put it to the left of the goalkeeper.

Their Excellency was not satisfied with what they offered before scoring and continued their attacking attempt, and Adrian Silva missed a ball while he was alone in the goal to be saved by goalkeeper Abdullah Sanqour.

The most dangerous chances in the first half came to Joao Pedro, who received a pass by mistake from the Al-Bataeh defender and was singled out for its impact on the goal, but the goalkeeper sent the ball away for a corner.

The situation did not change much in the second half, which did not witness any reaction from Al-Bataeh, who seemed to surrender to the loss amid new attempts to score, as the substitute, Sebastian Tigali missed an opportunity from his own goal, to turn the goalkeeper into a corner kick, from which Ismail Matar distributed a cross, from which Pimenta scored a goal Confirming the victory, then the same player returned from a corner ball played by Ismail Matar and played it before the goalkeeper inside the goal.

Tigali refused to get out of the match without saying his word, adding the fourth goal of the goal alone to put the ball to the right of the goalkeeper.

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