Expected Asian sanctions on Al-Nasr and Al-Ain players

The observers of the match that was held yesterday between Al-Nasr and Al-Ain in the second leg of the AFC Champions League quarter-finals intend to submit a report to the Asian Football Confederation regarding the skirmishes and friction that occurred between the players of the two teams.

The match observer recorded all the events, including the throwing of projectiles at Al-Ain players by Al-Nasr fans, after their team was eliminated from the tournament. The referees’ observer also recorded the skirmishes and friction that occurred between Al-Nasr and Al-Ain players, and the technical staff of the two teams, after the end of the penalty shootout and the Emirati team’s qualification, from The deadline for submitting it to the competent committee of the Asian Football Confederation, according to Asharq Al-Awsat.

The Disciplinary Committee of the Asian Football Confederation is likely to issue sanctions against those responsible for the incidents, whether on the part of players and members of Al-Nasr or Al-Ain Club.

It is noteworthy that the Al-Nasr team won the second leg at its first stadium, Park, with a score of 4-3 over Al-Ain of the Emirates, so the two teams resorted to penalty kicks after Al-Ain won the first leg by a goal.

The match ended with Al Ain winning 3-1 on penalties, and the Emirati team will face the winner from Al Hilal and Al Ittihad in order to face it in the continental semi-finals.

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