2024-05-09 20:22:13

Our team loses to Al-Wakrah on penalties and bids farewell to the Cup of His Highness the Emir

Our first football team bid farewell to the His Highness the Emir Cup Championship in the sixteenth round after losing to Al-Wakrah on penalties 4/5, and after the match ended in regular and extra time with a score of 3/3, in a match held this evening at Jassim bin Hamad Stadium at Al Sadd Club, and scored Our team's goals were Denis Alibek, Abdel-Ghani Mounir, and Tobago De Luanco from a penalty kick. The match began with a clear advantage for Al Wakrah, with control over the course of the match, in search of scoring the first goal, but without threatening the goal of our team's loser, Claude Amin. Our team is trying to exploit Al Wakrah players' forward momentum and rely on counterattacks through Denis Alibek and Thiago Di Luanco. Al Wakrah players used intense pressure and closed spaces on our team players to prevent them from receiving and exchanging balls and forming attacks on Mohammed Al Bakri’s goal. Our team succeeded in surprising Al-Wakrah with the first goal through Dennis Alibek in the 22nd minute, after receiving a long ball from the middle of the field from Mohamed Saleh. Dennis received it inside the box and put it into the net, so the result became our team advancing by one goal without a response to Al-Wakrah. The referee canceled a second goal for our team, scored by Denis Alibek, due to offside, in the 28th minute. Our team made the first emergency substitution, with Mohamed Saleh, the center back, leaving due to injury and Fouad Hanafouk entering. Our team played in an organized manner, especially in the defensive areas against Al-Wakrah Club’s attacks. It also succeeded in shutting down the keys to their game represented by Gilson Dala, Mohamed Benytou and Ayoub Assal, and continued to rely on counter-attacks through Denis Alibek, Thiago Di Luanco and Ayman Al-Hassouni. The first half ended with Muaither leading with a clean goal over Al Wakrah. The second half started with an average pace between the two teams, with Al Wakrah having an advantage, with attempts being made but without any danger to the two goalkeepers. Al-Wakrah continues to increase the pressure on our team’s goal and miss opportunities. On the other hand, our team is trying to rely on counterattacks, which usually pose a threat to Al-Wakrah’s goal. Al-Wakrah scored the equalizer through Moataz Al-Bistami with a fatal error in the goal in the 58th minute, making the score a goal for each team. Two substitutions for our team, with the exit of Muhammad Saad Al-Badr, the entry of Nassim Bin Issa, the exit of Andrei Siahputra, and the entry of Jamal Hamad. Our team had an opportunity through Jamal Hamad with a shot from outside the box, but it was blocked by the Al Wakrah goalkeeper. Al-Wakrah succeeded in scoring the second goal through Mohammed bin Yato with a header, making the score two goals for Al-Wakra versus a goal for our team. Our team made the last substitutions with the exit of Moataz Al-Bistami, the entry of Abdel-Ghani Mounir, the exit of Saif Al-Muhannadi, and the entry of Youssef Sabri Al-Yahri to activate the offensive front. Our team's attempts continued to search for the equalizer, but without threatening Al Wakrah's goal. Our team succeeded in scoring the fatal equalizer at the 5th minute + 90 through Abdul Ghani Munir with a shot from a free ball that went into the net of Al-Wakrah goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Bakri, and as a result the match ended in a positive draw with two goals for each team, heading towards two additional halves. The first half of extra time began strongly between the two teams, searching for a goal to increase the score, but without any danger. Al-Wakrah succeeded in strengthening the score with a third goal through Mohammed bin Yato from a penalty kick in the 98th minute of the first extra period. At minute 105 + 1, the most famous referee of the match issued a red card to our player Ayman Al-Hassouni due to falling inside the penalty area, so our team played outnumbered, and as a result, the first extra half ended with Al-Wakrah leading by three goals to two. The second extra half started strongly, as did the extra half, with persistent attempts by both teams on both goalkeepers. Our team succeeded in adjusting the score in the 115th minute through Thiago Di Luanco from a penalty kick after obstructing Abdelghani Mounir inside the box, so the score became three goals for each team and the match ended in regular and extra time with a score of 3/3, and the two teams went to a penalty shootout, and lost. Our team in the penalty shootout 4/5.

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