Al-Wehda’s first football team imposed a positive tie on its guest, “3-3”, after an exciting confrontation that brought them together at the King Abdulaziz Sports City stadium in “Al-Sharia”, in the matches of the 19th round of the Saudi Professional Roshen League.
The peak of excitement during the match was attended by the lost time, which was estimated by Faisal Al-Balawi, the referee of the confrontation, with 9 minutes, when Al-Hilal advanced at the 90 + 3 minute by Saud Abdul Hameed, “the substitute”, with the third goal,; However, Sultan Al-Sawadi, the “substitute” player of Al-Wahda, refused to lose the hosts and equalized at the 90 + 9 minute mark.
He scored for the Brazilian Crescent, Mishael Delgado (2), Nigerian Odion Ighalo (51), Saud Abdul Hamid (90 + 3), while the Costa Rican Oscar Duarte (25), the Brazilian Anselmo (57) and Sultan Al-Sawadi (90 + 9) ensured the three units.
The result raised Al-Wahda’s balance to 20 points in the twelfth place, while Al-Hilal remained at 33 points in the fourth place.
And Al-Hilal needed only two minutes to announce its primacy with an early goal through Brazilian Michel Delgado, who benefited from a ball that was removed by Abdul Quddus Attia, Al-Wahda goalkeeper, to dodge the defender and hit a strong ground into the net.
Al-Hilal’s pressure continued, and Peruvian Andre Carrillo was close to doubling the score, but Abdel Quddous’s brilliance in the tackle prevented the guests from consolidating the progress.
The owners of the land benefited from a fixed strike carried out by Moroccan Faisal Fajr inside the Al Hilal penalty area, which was met by his colleague Costa Rican Oscar Duarte with a header that hit the net of Mohammed Al Owais, Al Hilal goalkeeper, announcing the equalizer at the 24th minute.
Brazilian Anselmo missed the opportunity to advance Al-Wahda 4 minutes before the end of normal time when he was alone in Al-Owais goal, but he shot outside the goal. Michael responded by hitting the post, and the first half ended in a 1-1 draw.
With the start of the second half, Al-Hilal returned to the lead with the goal of carrying the signature of Nigerian Odion Ighalo at the 51st minute. Al-Wahda’s response came quickly with the goal of equalizing through Anselmo at the 58th minute.
The play continued as a record between the two teams, and the match referee counted 9 minutes of lost time, so that Saud Abdul Hamid, the “substitute”, could score the third goal for Al-Hilal at the minute “90 + 3”, but Sultan Al-Sawadi returned the match to a tie after he received a ball on his chest and hit to the right of Al-Owais. At the minute “90 + 9”, announcing that his team had equalized, and the confrontation ended after several attempts with a positive draw “3-3”.
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