Mutassim Abdullah (Dubai)
The race for the top of the “First Division” continued unchanged at the level of the top four, with the final of the “Eighth of 25” where the “leaders” Hatta beat the hosts Al Jazira Al Hamra, by 4-2, and Diba Al Hisni became “second champions” with Gulf FC After a 2-1 win, Emirates Third defeated Baynouna 2-0 to level the game 1-1. Al Daide and Al Arabi.
Hatta turned defeat to hosts Al Jazira Al Hamra into a ‘quadruple’ victory with goals from Gonzalo Córdoba in the 11th and 24th minutes thanks to goals from David Roy in the 55th minute and Benik Afobe. In the 72nd minute, Mohamed Rihania in the 76th minute, Michel Ferdi in the 78th minute and the tall “Hurricane” scored “53 points” in the lead, while the “ninth” of Al-Jazirah Al-Hamra added 32 points.
Diba Al-Hisni held on in the 94th minute to set up a 2-1 tie against visiting Gulf FC, with the visitors taking the lead through Lassana Kamara in the 4th minute, before Lahe Saleh equalized in the 9th minute. Oman’s Mohammed Al-Marboui scored a valuable winning goal for his team in the 94th minute, while Al-Hosn increased his tally to “48 points” in second place, compared to 12th-placed Gulf’s “27 points”.
The United Arab Emirates maintained third place with “47 points”, blocking the penultimate Baynouna, “15 points”, with a 2-0 victory and a brace for the Brazilian “Falcons”, Diego da Silva at 4 minutes and Ahmed. Isa in the 61st minute.
Source: Al Ittihad
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