Senayo "Majnoon" qualifies Sharjah and excludes Al-Nassr from the cup
The Sharjah team, "the defending champion", qualified for the quarter-finals in the President's Cup for football after its difficult victory over its guest Al-Nasr 2-1, and it will face the winner in the Gulf FC and Al-Jazira match.
The match witnessed a "crazy" scenario, with the referee awarding three penalty kicks, two of which were for Sharjah and one for Al Nasr.
Sharjah took the lead from a penalty kick, which was taken by Brazilian Caio Lucas (57) from a penalty kick that was awarded by the referee after he was summoned by the video referee, the "mouse", on the grounds that Al-Nasr player Yaqoub Al-Balushi touched the ball with his hand.
The referee of the match, Hamad Ali Youssef, awarded another penalty kick to Sharjah, which was missed by the Bosnian player Pjanic, but the referee of the match, Hamad Ali Youssef, decides to repeat the kick again, on the grounds that one of the Al-Nasr players entered the goal line at the moment of executing the kick.
Al-Nassr reduced the difference from a penalty kick, which was scored by Portuguese Antonio Jose Tozi (88).
In this match, Sharjah regained the services of Bosnian player Miralem Pjanic, who was absent from the team in the last period, as well as goalkeeper Adel Al Hosani,
a return to the course of the match, as the two teams shared control of the course of the first half, although Sharjah started relatively better.
During the first half, Sharjah threatened Al-Nasr goal with more than one attack attempt led by Spanish striker Paco Alcacer and Brazilian Caio Lucas, but he was unable to reach Al-Nasr's net.
In the second half, Sharjah succeeded in scoring two goals in the second half from two penalty kicks, before Brigadier General Al-Nasrawi reduced the difference from a penalty kick as well, to end Sharjah with two goals to one.
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