Under the eyes of the Emir of Qatar, "golden" goal of the Syrian Omar Al-Soma, waiting for 30 years? Under the eyes of the Emir of Qatar, "golden" goal of the Syrian Omar Al-Soma, waiting for 30 years?

Under the eyes of the Emir of Qatar, "golden" goal of the Syrian Omar Al-Soma, waiting for 30 years?

Under the eyes of the Emir of Qatar, "golden" goal of the Syrian Omar Al-Soma, waiting for 30 years?   Al-Arabi Club was crowned the Emir of Qatar Cup champion, at the expense of Al-Sadd Club, after defeating it (3-0) in the final match that brought them together this Friday evening, at the Ahmed Bin Ali Al-Mondial Stadium in Al-Rayyan.  Al-Arabi club owes credit for its historic victory to its Syrian star Omar Al-Soma, who scored two goals for him, the first and the third, at the two minutes (62nd and 90th), and between them was the goal of his colleague Hamid Ismail, who scored it in the last minute of the original time of the meeting, in the presence of the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.  Al-Arabi Club lifted the Emir of Qatar Cup after a long wait of 30 years for the first time since 1993, and for the ninth time in its history, two titles away from the third-placed Al-Gharafa club.  While Al-Sadd Club holds the record for the number of times winning the Cup Champion title (18 times), the last of which was in 2021.   It is mentioned that Al-Ahly Club of Qatar won the title of the first edition of the cup competition in 1972 at the expense of Al-Rayyan team, by defeating it (6-1) in the final match.             Team Al-Ahly & Al-Taraji face to face in the “Arab Summit”  The Egyptian club Al-Ahly will be a guest on its Tunisian counterpart, Esperance, in the upcoming match between them, this Friday evening, in the first leg of the semi-final round of the African Champions League. The confrontation will take place at the Hamadi Al-Aqrabi Olympic Stadium in the Tunisian city of Rades, at (21:00) GMT.   The following is the starting line-up for Taraji Athletic:  1- Muhammad Sidqi Al-Dabashi 2- Muhammad bin Ali 3- Rashid Al-Arfawi 4- Muhammad Amin Togay 5- Muhammad bin Ramadan 11- Saber Bogren 13- Raed Boushanbeh 15- Foussiny Coulibaly 19- Moataz Zadam 27- Muhammad Ali bin Hamouda 24- Yassin Meriah  The following is the starting line-up for Al-Ahly:  1- Muhammad Al-Shennawi 6- Yasser Ibrahim 7- Muhammad Abdel Moneim Kahraba 8- Hamdi Fathi 13- Marwan Attia 14- Hussein Al-Shahat 15- Aliu Diang 21- Ali Maaloul 23- Percy Tao 24- Muhammad Abdel Moneim 30- Muhammad Hani  In the Champions League, history sides with Al-Ahly, who won 9 matches, while Al-Taraji did so in 3 of them, and the two teams argued for the tie result 6 times.  It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly of Egypt holds the record for the number of times winning the African Champions League, with 10 championships, while Tunisian Esperance won the title 4 times.        The starting face line-up for the two sides of the Saudi Cup final  The eyes of Saudi football followers turn towards King Abdullah Sports City (The Radiant Jewel), which hosts the final of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup competition between Al-Hilal and Al-Wehda teams. It is scheduled that the Polish arena referee, Shimon Martsiniak, will blow the whistle at the start of the confrontation at exactly (21:00) local time.  Argentine Ramon Diaz, 63, coach of Al-Hilal Saudi Club, will start with the following starting line-up for the “leader” to face Al-Wahda :  1- Abdullah Al-Mayouf 12- Yasser Al-Shahrani 5- Ali Al Bulayhi 20 - Jang Hyun Soo 2- Muhammad Al-Buraik 8- Abdullah Atif 28- Muhammad Kno 19- Andre Carrillo 96- Michael Delgado 10- Luciano Vietto 17- Musa Marega  While the Chilean Jose Luis Sierra (54 years), coach of Al-Wehda Club, chose the following starting line-up to face Al-Alamy:  1- Munir Mohammadi 28- Hamad Al-Jizani 6- Oscar Duarte 2- Ali Makki 27- Islam Hawsawi 76- Faisal Fajr 4- Walid Bakhshwain 88- Alaa Hajji 24- Abdulaziz Nour 87- Anselmo de Moraes 74- Abdul Karim Yoda.

Al-Arabi Club was crowned the Emir of Qatar Cup champion, at the expense of Al-Sadd Club, after defeating it (3-0) in the final match that brought them together this Friday evening, at the Ahmed Bin Ali Al-Mondial Stadium in Al-Rayyan.

Al-Arabi club owes credit for its historic victory to its Syrian star Omar Al-Soma, who scored two goals for him, the first and the third, at the two minutes (62nd and 90th), and between them was the goal of his colleague Hamid Ismail, who scored it in the last minute of the original time of the meeting, in the presence of the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

Al-Arabi Club lifted the Emir of Qatar Cup after a long wait of 30 years for the first time since 1993, and for the ninth time in its history, two titles away from the third-placed Al-Gharafa club.

While Al-Sadd Club holds the record for the number of times winning the Cup Champion title (18 times), the last of which was in 2021.

It is mentioned that Al-Ahly Club of Qatar won the title of the first edition of the cup competition in 1972 at the expense of Al-Rayyan team, by defeating it (6-1) in the final match.



Team Al-Ahly & Al-Taraji face to face in the “Arab Summit”

The Egyptian club Al-Ahly will be a guest on its Tunisian counterpart, Esperance, in the upcoming match between them, this Friday evening, in the first leg of the semi-final round of the African Champions League.
The confrontation will take place at the Hamadi Al-Aqrabi Olympic Stadium in the Tunisian city of Rades, at (21:00) GMT.

The following is the starting line-up for Taraji Athletic:

1- Muhammad Sidqi Al-Dabashi
2- Muhammad bin Ali
3- Rashid Al-Arfawi
4- Muhammad Amin Togay
5- Muhammad bin Ramadan
11- Saber Bogren
13- Raed Boushanbeh
15- Foussiny Coulibaly
19- Moataz Zadam
27- Muhammad Ali bin Hamouda
24- Yassin Meriah

The following is the starting line-up for Al-Ahly:

1- Muhammad Al-Shennawi
6- Yasser Ibrahim
7- Muhammad Abdel Moneim Kahraba
8- Hamdi Fathi
13- Marwan Attia
14- Hussein Al-Shahat
15- Aliu Diang
21- Ali Maaloul
23- Percy Tao
24- Muhammad Abdel Moneim
30- Muhammad Hani

In the Champions League, history sides with Al-Ahly, who won 9 matches, while Al-Taraji did so in 3 of them, and the two teams argued for the tie result 6 times.

It is noteworthy that Al-Ahly of Egypt holds the record for the number of times winning the African Champions League, with 10 championships, while Tunisian Esperance won the title 4 times.


The starting face line-up for the two sides of the Saudi Cup final

The eyes of Saudi football followers turn towards King Abdullah Sports City (The Radiant Jewel), which hosts the final of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup competition between Al-Hilal and Al-Wehda teams.
It is scheduled that the Polish arena referee, Shimon Martsiniak, will blow the whistle at the start of the confrontation at exactly (21:00) local time.

Argentine Ramon Diaz, 63, coach of Al-Hilal Saudi Club, will start with the following starting line-up for the “leader” to face Al-Wahda :

1- Abdullah Al-Mayouf
12- Yasser Al-Shahrani
5- Ali Al Bulayhi
20 - Jang Hyun Soo
2- Muhammad Al-Buraik
8- Abdullah Atif
28- Muhammad Kno
19- Andre Carrillo
96- Michael Delgado
10- Luciano Vietto
17- Musa Marega

While the Chilean Jose Luis Sierra (54 years), coach of Al-Wehda Club, chose the following starting line-up to face Al-Alamy:

1- Munir Mohammadi
28- Hamad Al-Jizani
6- Oscar Duarte
2- Ali Makki
27- Islam Hawsawi
76- Faisal Fajr
4- Walid Bakhshwain
88- Alaa Hajji
24- Abdulaziz Nour
87- Anselmo de Moraes
74- Abdul Karim Yoda.

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