The Uruguayan striker, Renzo Lopez, attributed the loss to Al-Nassr to the lost time, which the match referee estimated at 12 minutes, describing at the same time Al-Nassr as the “big” team.
Lopez said in statements to the official broadcaster after the match: “We played a great match and we deserved to win had it not been for the unjustified and exaggerated stoppage time that was calculated by the match referee.”
He continued, “In the World Cup, there were no 12 minutes of stoppage time.”
And the owner of the first goal for the Al-Batin team added: “We lost to a great team like Al-Nasr, which leads the standings.”
He concluded by saying, “The match points were within reach, and we will work to appear in the next matches at the same level.”
Al-Batin was ahead of Al-Nasr with a goal without a response until stoppage time at Marsoul Park Stadium, before the landowners managed to score 3 goals and win match points.
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