Riyadh, Jeddah-based Al-Ahli football club qualified today for the quarter finals (16 teams’ stage) of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), as it beat Emirates’ rival Shabab Al-Ahli, in Doha, securing the ticket to move forward, on shoot-out.
The match ended in a tie 1-1, however Al-Ahli won 4-3 from the spot.
During the match, the Emirates’ team advanced by scoring in the 28th minute, but Al-Ahli famous and leading scorer Omar Al-Souma, the Syrian international, bring Al-Ahli back to the match, scoring in 54th minute, from the penalty spot.
Ridiculously, Al-Souma failed to score, during the shoot-out, as his last and 5th kick hit the woodwork of the bar.
Noteworthy, Al-Ahli has topped his group, previously, ranking the 1st and grabbing 6-point out of 4-match.
Lots drawing is set to take place on Monday, for the next coming stage of the quarter finals of the AFC Championships 2020.
Source: Saudi Press Agency