Al-Jazira team received its second loss in a row in the AFC Champions League, at the hands of the Saudi youth, by 3-0, on Monday, in the second round of the competition, after it had lost 1-2 in the first round at the hands of the Iraqi Air Force.
Al-Jazira did not offer anything to intercede for him during the meeting, and he received the three goals over the course of the two halves of the confrontation, which was held at Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
Al-Jazira received an early goal in the sixth minute through Carlos Junior, and his colleague Turki Al-Ammar added the second goal in the 18th minute, while Carlos Junior scored the second goal for him and the third for his team.
Al-Jazira became required to win the remaining four matches to enter the competition to advance to the second round and avoid leaving the group stage for the seventh time.
In the second match, India’s Mumbai City defeated the Iraqi Air Force by two goals to one.
The third round of the group competitions will be held on Thursday, when Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya will meet Al-Shabab, and Al-Jazirah will meet with Mumbai City.
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