Al-Duhail champion of the Qatar Cup at the expense of Al-Sadd Al-Duhail champion of the Qatar Cup at the expense of Al-Sadd

Al-Duhail champion of the Qatar Cup at the expense of Al-Sadd

Al-Duhail champion of the Qatar Cup at the expense of Al-Sadd  Al-Duhail team won the Qatar Cup title for the current season, after defeating its counterpart Al-Sadd 2-0, in the match that brought them together in the final round of the Qatar Cup, on Thursday.  In the second half, Michael Olonga succeeded in ending the negative tie that dominated the match, after he scored the first goal for Al Duhail, in the 46th minute of the match, with an assist from Ferjani Sassi, to announce his team's progress with the first goal.  In the 53rd minute, Ferjani Sassi returned to score the second goal for his team, reinforcing its lead with another goal.   The Al-Sadd team failed to score any goal that would reduce the score difference, despite its attempts at the goal, and its control of the ball in long times of the confrontation.  With this victory, the Al-Duhail team was crowned with the Qatar Cup title for the current season, raising its tally of titles to number 3 and equalizing with Al-Sadd as the most crowned club in the championship.    Severe penalties after the Italian derby brawl  The Italian Football Association announced a sentence of sanctions regarding the events of the Inter and Juventus match in the semi-final first leg of the Italian Cup, which ended in a 1-1 draw at the Allianz Stadium.  The match witnessed strong clashes in the last minutes after Romelu Lukaku scored the deadly equalizing goal for Inter.  And the Italian Federation decided to suspend the Belgian player, Romelu Lukaku, for one match, without fining him financially for misconduct as well, despite being subjected to racist chants by the fans, after receiving two consecutive warnings and being sent off.  A 3-match ban was imposed on the player, Joan Cuadrado, the Juventus star, due to misbehavior and punching Inter players, with a fine of 10,000 euros, thus missing Juventus matches against Lazio, Sassuolo and Napoli in the Italian League.  Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic was also suspended for three matches because he also clashed and put his hands on the neck of a Juventus player and fined him 10,000 euros.  And the Italian Federation closed one of the stands of Juventus fans as a punishment for them, after the racist chants they launched against Lukaku.    The Barcelona president directs one request to FIFA and UEFA in the Negrera case  Juan Laporta, president of FC Barcelona, ​​sent a letter to the presidents of the International and European Football Associations, directing his requests to them regarding the case of the former Spanish vice-chairman of the Referees Committee, Jose Negrera.  And several parties, including the European Union, announced the opening of an official investigation into accusing FC Barcelona of corruption in what is known as the “Negrera case”, in which the Catalan club was accused of paying money, to a company belonging to the former vice-president of the Spanish arbitration committee, Negrera, in return for manipulating the results of matches in favor of Blograna.  According to Radio Catalunya, Laporta sent a text message to FIFA President Gianni Infantino and UEFA President Alexander Chevrin to ask them not to judge the Catalan club early.  And the radio confirmed that the president of the Blaugrana will send the same message to the President of the Spanish Federation, Luis Rubiales, in the coming hours, in order to ask him for the same.  Barcelona was involved in providing suspicious financial payments to Jose Maria Negrera, former vice president of the Referees Technical Committee in Spain, and the relationship between them dates back to 2001, when Barca paid Dasnil 95 (owned by Negrera) just over 135 thousand euros, in the (2001/2001) season. 2002).


Al-Duhail team won the Qatar Cup title for the current season, after defeating its counterpart Al-Sadd 2-0, in the match that brought them together in the final round of the Qatar Cup, on Thursday.

In the second half, Michael Olonga succeeded in ending the negative tie that dominated the match, after he scored the first goal for Al Duhail, in the 46th minute of the match, with an assist from Ferjani Sassi, to announce his team's progress with the first goal.

In the 53rd minute, Ferjani Sassi returned to score the second goal for his team, reinforcing its lead with another goal.


The Al-Sadd team failed to score any goal that would reduce the score difference, despite its attempts at the goal, and its control of the ball in long times of the confrontation.

With this victory, the Al-Duhail team was crowned with the Qatar Cup title for the current season, raising its tally of titles to number 3 and equalizing with Al-Sadd as the most crowned club in the championship.


Severe penalties after the Italian derby brawl


The Italian Football Association announced a sentence of sanctions regarding the events of the Inter and Juventus match in the semi-final first leg of the Italian Cup, which ended in a 1-1 draw at the Allianz Stadium.

The match witnessed strong clashes in the last minutes after Romelu Lukaku scored the deadly equalizing goal for Inter.

And the Italian Federation decided to suspend the Belgian player, Romelu Lukaku, for one match, without fining him financially for misconduct as well, despite being subjected to racist chants by the fans, after receiving two consecutive warnings and being sent off.

A 3-match ban was imposed on the player, Joan Cuadrado, the Juventus star, due to misbehavior and punching Inter players, with a fine of 10,000 euros, thus missing Juventus matches against Lazio, Sassuolo and Napoli in the Italian League.

Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic was also suspended for three matches because he also clashed and put his hands on the neck of a Juventus player and fined him 10,000 euros.

And the Italian Federation closed one of the stands of Juventus fans as a punishment for them, after the racist chants they launched against Lukaku.


The Barcelona president directs one request to FIFA and UEFA in the Negrera case


Juan Laporta, president of FC Barcelona, ​​sent a letter to the presidents of the International and European Football Associations, directing his requests to them regarding the case of the former Spanish vice-chairman of the Referees Committee, Jose Negrera.

And several parties, including the European Union, announced the opening of an official investigation into accusing FC Barcelona of corruption in what is known as the “Negrera case”, in which the Catalan club was accused of paying money, to a company belonging to the former vice-president of the Spanish arbitration committee, Negrera, in return for manipulating the results of matches in favor of Blograna.

According to Radio Catalunya, Laporta sent a text message to FIFA President Gianni Infantino and UEFA President Alexander Chevrin to ask them not to judge the Catalan club early.

And the radio confirmed that the president of the Blaugrana will send the same message to the President of the Spanish Federation, Luis Rubiales, in the coming hours, in order to ask him for the same.

Barcelona was involved in providing suspicious financial payments to Jose Maria Negrera, former vice president of the Referees Technical Committee in Spain, and the relationship between them dates back to 2001, when Barca paid Dasnil 95 (owned by Negrera) just over 135 thousand euros, in the (2001/2001) season. 2002).

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