Many fluctuations at the top of the 14th round of the league

A "crazy match" refuses to win Al-Wahda or Al-Wasl

Al-Wasl goalkeeper Khaled Al-Sanani picks up a Wahdawi ball.

Photography: Najeeb Mohamed

The summit match between Al-Wahda and its guest Al-Wasl, which was held yesterday evening at Al Nahyan Stadium, within the 14th round of the ADNOC Professional Football League, fulfilled its promises in terms of excitement, goals and crazy fluctuations in the result, which held breaths until referee Yahya Al-Mulla blew the final whistle with a positive tie 3-3. Between the two teams, Al-Annabi put the 27th point in its balance, maintaining the third place, while the Emperor added the 26th point, advancing to the fourth place.

Al-Wahda player, Argentine Facundo Krusbsky, started scoring in the ninth minute with a powerful shot from inside the penalty area, taking advantage of the Al Wasl defenders' mistake in their attempts to disperse the ball.

With the passage of time, the rhythm of the match calmed down a bit, but that did not last long, as the two sides returned to exchanging attacks, but the homeowners' shots were the most dangerous.

With the same excitement that the first half ended with, the second came very similar, which is what the “Emperor” reaped by scoring the equalizer in the 50th minute after an individual and skillful effort from the international Ali Saleh, who penetrated into the penalty area and sent a cross that was hit by his colleague Fabio Lima to settle in the team’s net. Unit.

And the use of the services of veteran Sebastian Tigali, as a substitute for the owner of the goal, Facundo Kruszbski, resulted in activating the “Al-Annabi” attack line, which in turn did not wait much, to contribute to his team’s second goal, which came in the 63rd minute, after he hit a ball that was followed by his Brazilian colleague Joao Pedro with a powerful shot. Goalkeeper Khaled Al-Sanani watched her settle into the net.

The guests took advantage of the loss of concentration among the Al-Wahda players and scored two goals in just two minutes, as Fabio Lima scored his second personal goal for him and his team in the 81st minute with a header, and his colleague Thomas Shanclay scored the third goal for Al-Wasl in the 83rd minute with a missile shot from outside the penalty area, but the owners of the land realized The equalizer was 3-3 by Sebastien Tigali from the penalty spot in the 3 + 90 minute. 

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