The Al-Ittihad team was crowned the Saudi Football Super Cup for the first time in its history, after defeating Al-Fayhaa with two unanswered goals today, Sunday, in the final of the tournament, which was held with the participation of 4 teams.
Al-Ittihad owes credit for winning the title to its Moroccan striker Abdel-Razzak Hamdallah, who scored the two goals and won the Best Player award in the final, and the first goal was in the third minute.
Al-Fayhaa completed the match with 10 players since the 24th minute, after its player Abdul Rahman Al-Safari was sent off, while Abdul Rahman Al-Aboud missed a penalty kick for Al-Ittihad in the third minute of calculated time instead of lost for the first half.
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Al-Ittihad qualified for the final after defeating Al-Nassr 3-1 in the semi-finals of the tournament, while Al-Fayhaa qualified after defeating Al-Hilal with a clean goal.
🔥 A summary of what Al-Sati Abdul-Razzaq Hamdallah presented in the Super Final in front of Al-Fayhaa pic.twitter.com/UyDqvt6MZ1
(@_hmo10) January 29, 2023