A 1-1 positive draw overshadowed the result of the Ajman-Al-Orouba match, yesterday, at Rashid bin Saeed Stadium, as part of the fourth round of the ADNOC Professional Football League.
Ajman ended the first half, ahead of its Colombian player, Burles Mina “5”, then Al-Uruba equalized through “Orange” defender Saeed Suleiman, who scored by mistake in his own net “53”, so that the two teams shared the two points of the meeting.
The match witnessed several different scenarios, starting with the fifth minute, when Burles Mina’s shot passed between the gloves of goalkeeper Ahmed Al-Hosani, who is responsible for the goal of the Orange advance.
After that, things became easy for the Ajman team, which clearly controlled the course of the game, and with it Abu Bakr Trauli hit a creeping ground ball that was saved by the Al-Uruba goalkeeper.
And then Leandro missed the opportunity to achieve a goal from a position alone on the goal, but Ahmed Al Hosani excelled in removing the ball and preserved his team’s chances in the match.
The Slovenian defender of Ajman, Samardjic, gave Al-Uruba the opportunity to complete the match with a numerical advantage, when he was presented with a red card with the 30th minute by international referee Ammar Al-Junaibi, for deliberately hitting the Nigerian striker Al-Uruba, Kingsley, a decision supported by the mouse technique.
But Ajman managed to hold together and ended the first half in its favour, with a goal without a response, after Firas Al Arabi missed a new opportunity for his team to score from the goal, and the defenders saved it.
In the second half, Ajman continued to provide gifts to his opponent, when defender Saeed Suleiman made a mistake in removing a cross from Ali Madin, to put it in the net to the left of goalkeeper Ali Al Hosani, recording a tie for Al Arabiya.
The errors of the Ajman players continued, as defender Ahmed Al Muharrami fell into the ban and obstructed Mudon inside the box, and Ammar Al Junaibi did not hesitate to calculate a penalty kick, executed by Kingsley, and the Ajman goalkeeper saved it with his feet to deprive Arabism of progress.
Then Ali Al Hosani came back and saved his team from another goal from Ahmed Moussa’s shot, which he played from close range and turned it into a corner kick.
While Al Orouba was looking for the second goal, Abu Bakr Traouli missed a golden opportunity by himself with the goal, which was ably saved by the Orouba goalkeeper.
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