Al-Nasr came from behind against Al-Ain to win 3-2 and extra time to decide qualification.. Video

The original time for the match has ended Victory against Al Ain With the hosts leading 3-2, bringing the total of the home and away matches to 3-3 in the match currently being held at Awal Park Stadium in the second leg of the AFC Champions League quarter-finals, the two teams resorted to two additional periods to decide qualification to the semi-finals, after the end of the first leg in the Emirates. Al Ain won 1-0.

The AFC canceled the away goal rule with two goals, so the two teams resorted to additional time to determine the qualifier for the semi-finals, which will advance to face the winner of the match between Al-Hilal and Al-Ittihad of Saudi Arabia, noting that the first-leg match between the two Saudi giants ended with Al-Hilal winning 2-0.

Victory against Al Ain

Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates advanced with two goals through Sufyan Rahimi in the 28th and 45th minutes, while Al-Nasr’s goals were scored by Abdul Rahman Gharib in the 45th minute + 1, Otavio in the 50th minute, and Alex Telles in the 72nd minute of the match.

The first half ended with Al Ain leading by two goals to one, as the hosts relied on direct pressure while intensifying attacks on Al Ain’s goal. On the other hand, Al Ain relied on counterattacks, which resulted in two goals scored by Sufyan Rahimi, and moments before the final, Abdel Rahman Gharib, the Al Nassr striker, scored the adjustment goal after A follow-up to Sadio Mane’s ball, ending the half with Al Ain leading by two goals to one.

The second half began with great pressure from the Saudi Al-Nassr team, hoping to return to the match, which was actually achieved quickly in the 50th minute when Otavio, the Al-Nasr player, shot a powerful cross that hit the Al-Ain goalkeeper and entered the goal, declaring the two teams tied 2/2, and by the 72nd minute the match was heating up with a Brazilian Telles scoring. The Al-Nasr defender scored the third goal for his team, making the score 3/2 in the return match only, and a 3/3 tie in the aggregate of the two matches, and each team now needs one goal in order to officially qualify.

Al-Nasr started the match with a formation as follows :

Goalkeeper: Raghed Al-Najjar

Defense: Muhammad Al-Fateel – Ali Lagami – Abdul-Ilah Al-Omari – Alex Telles

Midfield: Abdullah Al-Khaibari – Otavio – Marcelo Brozovic

Attack: Abdel Rahman Gharib – Sadio Mane – Cristiano Ronaldo

The eye formation is as follows :

Goalkeeper: Khaled Issa.

Defense: Bandar Al-Ahbabi – Khaled Al-Hashimi – Kwame Otton – Eric Jorgens.

Midfield: Park Young Woo – Mohamed Abbas – Yahya Nader – Matias Palacios – Alejandro Romero.

Attack: Sofiane Rahimi.

Al Ain of the Emirates defeated Al Nasr of Saudi Arabia with an unanswered goal, scored by Moroccan Sofiane Rahimi in the 44th minute of the first half in the first leg at Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium..

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