Amir Cup Final - Al Sadd 1 Al Duhail 4 - Match Report

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Amir Cup Final - Al Sadd 1 Al Duhail 4 - Match Report

Al Duhail battled once more from an goal down to lift the Amir Cup at the recently assembled Wakrah arena with a 4-1 win on Thursday evening. 

Brazilian winger Edmilson scored a support and enlisted and a help as Duhail got the better of their fierce rivals, at the first arena intentionally worked for the 2022 World Cup. 

It began so well for Al Sadd . With the game just six minutes old, brilliant develop play saw Akram Afif score the opener, a deft backheel from Gabi from set up the QFA player Of the year who cleared the ball into the net. 

Unperturbed, Duhail pushed forward and leveled the scores minutes after the fact. A very much worked short corner discovered Ali Afif (sibling of Akram) as Almoez Ali left the ball and Afif committed no error, promptly leveling the challenge. 

Fiasco struck for Rui Faria's side as Almoez Ali saw red for a rash test on Baghdad Bounjah. Leaving the Red Knights with their down to the wire. 

Anyway for their numerical leverage, Sadd neglected to make the most of it. Duhail tenaciously kicked back and endeavored to counter utilizing the pace and craftiness is Edmilson. With a moment left in the main half, Xavi was ready to strike, anyway the exertion from the midfielder who was playing his last ever amusement flew well finished. 

Into the second half and Al Sadd were diminished to ten men as Tarek Salman saw red with a late handle on Edmilson. With the numbers even, as Duhail sprung into life. 

Edmilson was soon to have the effect seconds after the fact, a fast one two with sub Yuself El Arabi and the Brazilian rifled the ball in from short proximity as Duhail led the pack. 

 

Tempers bubbled over on occasion as the players appeared overpowered by the condition. 

Edmilson proceeded with his limited mission for Faria's side and laid on a help for the third, skimming past Abdulkarim Hassan to coast a cross at the back post which was chested in by Yusef El Arabi. 

Al Sadd attempted to get back, yet it felt like a diversion unreasonably far for Xavi's side. Edmilson took it upson himself to wrap up the success for the Red Knights, with a heavenly objective leaving Sadd reeling. 

The Wolves didn't take the thrashing great with Baghdad Boundjah and Hamed Ismael sent off late on for off the ball occurrences, after counsel with VAR.

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