Round 19.. “+90” goals.. and the struggle for victory and Al-Ittihad continues

The 19th round of the Roshen Saudi Professional League witnessed the scoring of 29 goals in 8 matches, at a rate of 3.6 goals per match, with 7 matches ending in victory or loss, and only one match with a positive draw of 3-3, without any negative tie.
This round is considered a round of the last minutes, after Al-Nasr defeated Al-Batin in the calculated time instead of lost, after scoring 3 goals in a row by Abdul Rahman Gharib, Muhammad Al Fateel, and Muhammad Maran, in addition to the precious victory that Al-Adala achieved over Al-Shabab at the end of the competitions. After Pedro scored a fatal goal in the 97th minute, his team won 2-1 over the third place. Al-Taie also defeated Al-Fateh 3-2, after Musona scored the winning goal in the 92nd minute.
Al-Fayhaa confirmed its victory over Abha with two goals, after Sultan Mandesh scored the second goal in the 97th minute, while the excitement doubled in the Al-Hilal and Al-Wehda match, after Saud Abdul Hameed advanced for his team with the third goal in the 93rd minute, before Sultan Al-Sawadi equalized for Al-Wehda in the 97th minute. The rest of the matches, where Al-Ettifaq defeated Al-Raed with two goals to one, after Senussi Hawsawi scored the winning goal in the 93rd minute, so that 9 goals were scored in the 19th round after the 90th minute.
At the front level, Al-Nasr team continued its lead in the league championship after achieving a difficult victory at the expense of its guest Al-Batin with a score of 3-1, to raise its score to 46 points in first place, two points behind Al-Ittihad, who finished in second place, which in turn beat its host Al-Khaleej 3-0.
The competition continues between Al-Nasr and Al-Ittihad, as Al-Nasr became the first team in the league this season to score more than 40 goals, after its players scored 3 goals in the sub-network, to raise the team’s scoring tally to 42 goals at the top of the most offensive clubs, while the Al-Ittihad team continued its return. The distinguished defensive player, to keep his net clean against the Gulf, and conceded only 6 goals this season as the strongest line of defense in the tournament.
Al-Hilal lost two valuable points in the competition struggle, after a 3-3 draw away from home against Al-Wahda, so that the team’s balance became only 33 points in fifth place, and it has 3 deferrals so far, and it is 13 points away from Al-Nasr, the leader of the standings, especially after Al-Taawun’s victory over Damak. He raised his score to 34 points in fourth place. Al-Shabab also lost 3 impressive points, after its unexpected loss at home to Al-Adalah, 1-2.
As for the struggle for survival and positions in the rear, Al-Ettifaq is considered the biggest winner in the 19th round, after its deadly victory over its host, Al-Raed, 2-1 in the last minutes, to raise its score to 22 points in the tenth place, while Al-Raed fell to the 12th place with only 21 points. Especially with the loss of the Gulf against Al-Ittihad, and Al-Batin against Al-Nasr.
Al-Adalah benefited a lot from the round after its victory over Al-Shabab, raising its score to 16 points in the 15th place. Abha also fell into the trap of losing against Al-Fayhaa, so that its score stopped at 22 points in the 11th place, and its competitor climbed to the eighth with 23.
Brazilian Anderson Talisca continued to lead the scorers’ table with 13 goals, one goal ahead of Moroccan Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah and Brazilian Carlos Junior, each with 12 goals, while Firas Al-Buraikan raised his score to 10 goals, after his remarkable brilliance and scoring two goals for his team Al-Fateh despite the defeat against Al-Tai.
It is noteworthy that Alejandro Kaka, the Al-Taawoun player, leads the Al-Sanea’ ranking with 10 goals, followed by Coronado, the Al-Ittihad player, with 8, followed by Musona, the Al-Ta’i player, with 7, then Sufyan bin Dabke, with 6 goals, and then Saad Baqir and Muhammad Fawzir with 5.

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