• Prince Mohamed Bin Salman League
  • 30 January 2019

Two wins, four draws conclude the Round 21 of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman League for First Class Clubs

Today, Saturday, the matches of Round 21 of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman League for First Class Clubs concluded with six matches; Al-Shoula against Al-Nojoom, Al-Jabalain against Al-Nahda, Abha against Hajer, Al-Orobah against Najran, Al-Ansar against Jeddah and Al-Jeel against Dhamac.

The round matches were postponed to January 29 and 30 as most of the League's clubs were participating in the competitions of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup in the middle of this month.

At Prince Sultan Sport City Stadium,  Abha overcame Hajer 2-1, ِAbha goals scored by Somihan El-THabet and Khaled El-Zelaay in the  53 and 90+3 minutes, while Hajer scored its consulate goal in the 90+5 minute.

Abha regained the top spot after increasing their total up to 40 points, while Hajer remained in the 8th place with 30 points.

Al-Ansar held 0-0 with Jeddah, to raise their account to 31 points in the seventh place, while Jeddah reached 37 points in the third place.

At AlOrubah Stadium, the hosts received an early goal after nine minutes from their guest Najran, by Morris Zingo, before Adison Teofelo leveled the result for AlOrubah in the 4th minute of injury time.

AlOrubah's total moved up to 21 points, in the 19th place, while Najran reached 28 points in the 12th place on the table.

In another clash, Al-Jabalain draw 1-1 with Al-Nahda, Fode Camara opened the score for the hosts after 11 minutes, before Hugo Lopez' equalizer came after 60 minutes.

The result earned Jabalain their 29th points in the 11th place, while Al-Nahda's total moved up to 28 points in the 13th place.

Al-Nojoom secured an away victory against the Al-Shoula with a sole own goal, scored by Al-Shoula player Wilson Akakpo, five minutes before the halftime.

Al-Nojoom reached 31 points in the sixth place, while Al-Shoula stayed at the 20th place with 21 points.

Al-Jeel and Dhamac scored six goals in an amazing 3-3 tie, Al-Jeel goals scored by  Sidevaldo Dos Santos, ‏Jose Anderson da Silva Bezerra and Yousef Omar
in the 4th and 49th and 90+4 minutes, on the other hand, Hacene Ogbi Benhadouche scored a brace for Dhamac in the 26th and 87th minutes and Hassan Okbi in the 31st minute.

Dhamac increased its total up to 35 points in the fourth place, and Al-Jeel's up to 24 points, in the 10th place.

The round was opened with a game, between Al-Adalah and Al-Kawkab on January 15, in which Al-Adalah won 4-2, increasing their total up to 39 points in the second place, while Al-Kawkab stayed at 24 points, in the 17th place. 

while three matches were held yesterday, At Majma'ah Sports City Stadium Al-Mujazzal draw 2-2 with Al-Kaleej.

Al-Kaleej reached 32 points in the fifth place, while Al-Mujazzal increased their total up to 29 points in the 9th place.

Al-Qaisumah overcame Al-Washm, at Al-Batin Stadium with a sole goal scored by Fuad Gbolahan Salami, one minute before the final whistle.

Al-Qaisumah increased their account to 25 points, moving up to the 15th place, while Al-Washm remained with 23 points in the 18th place.

Al-Ain, lost to their guest Al-Ta'ee, as Saith Sakala scored the only goal after 21 minutes. 

Al-Ta'ee's win lifted it to 14th place with 28 points, while Al-Ain  dropped to the 16th place on the table with 24 points.

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