CAF Champions League Raja strengthens its lead with the full score and the fall of ES Setif and Al-Merikh defeats Al-Hilal

PSL 2022: Hales fell on his knees on Irshad's unique ball, the insensitive batsman returned to the pavilion  Alex Hales, who failed to understand a unique ball from Pakistan fast bowler Salman Irshad, fell on his knees after being bowled.  Islamabad:One of the best matches of Pakistan Super League was played between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United at Gaddafi Stadium yesterday. In this match, Islamabad United's team got a spectacular victory by five wickets with three balls to spare. In this excellent victory of Islamabad, 33-year-old veteran opener Alex Hales, who is running out of the English team, was instrumental. Hales opened the innings for the Islamabad team and played a fine half-century of 62 runs in 49 balls. During this, his bat also got six fours and three excellent sixes.  Alex Hales became the victim of 26-year-old fast bowler Salman Irshad on the total score of 111 runs as the third batsman for the team. Irshad showed the way to the pavilion, bowling him on the last ball of the 14th over. During this, Hales was also seen sitting on his knees in the field after being bowled on this absurd ball.  Talking about Salman Irshad's bowling performance in yesterday's match, he bowled four overs for his team and got the maximum three successes by spending 31 runs. Apart from Hales, the names of captain Shadab Khan and Asif Ali were included in the batsmen whom Irshad made his victim.   Talking about the result of this match, Islamabad's team managed to win this match by five wickets. In this thrilling match, Peshawar Zalmi's team won the toss and batted first, set a target of 170 runs for victory in front of Islamabad, which the winning team easily achieved at the loss of five wickets with three balls to spare.

PSL 2022: Hales fell on his knees on Irshad's unique ball, the insensitive batsman returned to the pavilion

Alex Hales, who failed to understand a unique ball from Pakistan fast bowler Salman Irshad, fell on his knees after being bowled.

Islamabad:One of the best matches of Pakistan Super League was played between Peshawar Zalmi and Islamabad United at Gaddafi Stadium yesterday. In this match, Islamabad United's team got a spectacular victory by five wickets with three balls to spare. In this excellent victory of Islamabad, 33-year-old veteran opener Alex Hales, who is running out of the English team, was instrumental. Hales opened the innings for the Islamabad team and played a fine half-century of 62 runs in 49 balls. During this, his bat also got six fours and three excellent sixes.

Alex Hales became the victim of 26-year-old fast bowler Salman Irshad on the total score of 111 runs as the third batsman for the team. Irshad showed the way to the pavilion, bowling him on the last ball of the 14th over. During this, Hales was also seen sitting on his knees in the field after being bowled on this absurd ball.

Talking about Salman Irshad's bowling performance in yesterday's match, he bowled four overs for his team and got the maximum three successes by spending 31 runs. Apart from Hales, the names of captain Shadab Khan and Asif Ali were included in the batsmen whom Irshad made his victim. 

Talking about the result of this match, Islamabad's team managed to win this match by five wickets. In this thrilling match, Peshawar Zalmi's team won the toss and batted first, set a target of 170 runs for victory in front of Islamabad, which the winning team easily achieved at the loss of five wickets with three balls to spare.

CAF Champions League Raja strengthens its lead with the full score and the fall of ES Setif and Al-Merikh defeats Al-Hilal  Morocco’s Raja won 1-0 against its Guinean guest Al-Hurriya on Friday at Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League, and Sudan’s Al-Merreikh beat its compatriot Al-Hilal 2-1, while Algeria’s ES Setif lost 1-0 to Hosted by Amazulu, South Africa.  With its third win in a row, Raja consolidated its lead in the second group after achieving the full mark with 9 points, while Al-Hurriya was in the last fourth place without a balance after receiving the third defeat.  Raja, who played among his fans and under the watchful eye of Morocco coach Wahid Halilhodzic, faced great difficulties to impose his style of play, and the first half was dull in the absence of real opportunities, while the opponent had 3 chances to score.  Raja's performance improved in the second half, and was able to score the winning goal in the 67th minute through captain Mohsen Metwally with a shot from a difficult angle after goalkeeper Moussa Camara's wrong exit, after a cross pass by full-back Abdel Jalil Jubeira from the left side.  Goalkeeper Marawan Fakhr excelled in preserving the progress of hope, as he eliminated danger on several occasions, including the Guinean Liberty's goal twice.  Setif's situation worsened Earlier in the same group, the position of Algeria's ES Setif deteriorated, after its 1-0 defeat against its South African host, Amazulu, on Friday.  Amigo Mimila scored the game's only goal in the 42nd minute. Setif remained in third place with 3 points, while Amazulu finished with 6 points, behind leaders Raja Casablanca.  Mars defeats the crescent In the first group, Sudan's Merreikh beat his compatriot Al Hilal 2-1, in the third round of the group, which is witnessing a heated competition.  Al-Marikh raised its score to 4 points, to occupy second place behind the South African leader, Sun Downs, who faces Al-Ahly of Egypt on Saturday, while Al-Hilal is bottom of the group with one point.  The three goals came in the first half, where Al-Samani Saad Al-Din opened the Al-Merrikh brace three minutes after the start, after following a cross pass that Ali Abu 20, the Crescent's goalkeeper, kept away from his goal, to be followed by the Al-Marikh striker in the net.  Mohamed Abdel Rahman equalized for the visitors in the 32nd minute with a shot after a pass from Eid Moghaddam. Al-Samani scored the second goal for his team, two minutes before the end of the half, with a powerful shot from inside the penalty area, following a cross pass from Nigerian Tony Idjomaregui.

CAF Champions League Raja strengthens its lead with the full score and the fall of ES Setif and Al-Merikh defeats Al-Hilal


Morocco’s Raja won 1-0 against its Guinean guest Al-Hurriya on Friday at Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca in the third round of the group stage of the African Champions League, and Sudan’s Al-Merreikh beat its compatriot Al-Hilal 2-1, while Algeria’s ES Setif lost 1-0 to Hosted by Amazulu, South Africa.

With its third win in a row, Raja consolidated its lead in the second group after achieving the full mark with 9 points, while Al-Hurriya was in the last fourth place without a balance after receiving the third defeat.

Raja, who played among his fans and under the watchful eye of Morocco coach Wahid Halilhodzic, faced great difficulties to impose his style of play, and the first half was dull in the absence of real opportunities, while the opponent had 3 chances to score.

Raja's performance improved in the second half, and was able to score the winning goal in the 67th minute through captain Mohsen Metwally with a shot from a difficult angle after goalkeeper Moussa Camara's wrong exit, after a cross pass by full-back Abdel Jalil Jubeira from the left side.

Goalkeeper Marawan Fakhr excelled in preserving the progress of hope, as he eliminated danger on several occasions, including the Guinean Liberty's goal twice.

Setif's situation worsened
Earlier in the same group, the position of Algeria's ES Setif deteriorated, after its 1-0 defeat against its South African host, Amazulu, on Friday.

Amigo Mimila scored the game's only goal in the 42nd minute.
Setif remained in third place with 3 points, while Amazulu finished with 6 points, behind leaders Raja Casablanca.

Mars defeats the crescent
In the first group, Sudan's Merreikh beat his compatriot Al Hilal 2-1, in the third round of the group, which is witnessing a heated competition.

Al-Marikh raised its score to 4 points, to occupy second place behind the South African leader, Sun Downs, who faces Al-Ahly of Egypt on Saturday, while Al-Hilal is bottom of the group with one point.

The three goals came in the first half, where Al-Samani Saad Al-Din opened the Al-Merrikh brace three minutes after the start, after following a cross pass that Ali Abu 20, the Crescent's goalkeeper, kept away from his goal, to be followed by the Al-Marikh striker in the net.

Mohamed Abdel Rahman equalized for the visitors in the 32nd minute with a shot after a pass from Eid Moghaddam.
Al-Samani scored the second goal for his team, two minutes before the end of the half, with a powerful shot from inside the penalty area, following a cross pass from Nigerian Tony Idjomaregui.
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