• Prince Mohamed Bin Salman League
  • 09 April 2019

Four wins, one tie at the beginning of MBS division one League week 32

The matches of the 32nd round of Prince Mohamed Bin Salman division one League for professionals were started on Tuesday with 5 matches.

Al-Kawkab lost 2-1 to Najran, at Prince Faisal Bin Fahd reverse Stadium.

Mohamed Koffi gave Al-Kawkab the lead after 21 minutes before Najran scored twice in the 49th and 54th minutes via Saleh AL Abbas and Omran Adam.

Najran's total moved up to 47 points in the 5th place, on the other hand Al-Kawkab remained with 37 points in the 17th place.

Damk overcame Al-Khaleej with three goals without reply, at Prince Sultan Sport City Stadium.

Damk goals were scored through Hassan Sharaheli, Hassan Okbi and Mohnd Al-Najei in the 48th, 60th and 66th minutes.

Damk now have 59 points atop the league table, while Al-Khaleej stayed with 51 points in the fourth place.

Al-Qaisoma beat Hajer 2-1 at Al-Batin Club Stadium.

An own goal from Hajer's Hassan Al-Harbi gave Al-Qaisoma an early lead after three minutes, but Diego Dos made it 1-1 in the 60th minutes, before Ali Al-Akroum scored the winning goal 5 minutes before the final whistle.

Al-Qaisoma reached 39 points in the 16th spot, while Hajer's total frozen at 42 points in the 10th place.

Al-Tai held to a 1-1 draw with Al-Nojoom, at Prince Abdul Aziz bin Masaad bin Jalawi Stadium.

Herman Koao put Al-Nojoom in front after 20 minutes, but Mashari Al-Gediea netted the equalizer after 2 minutes.

Al-Tai now have 42 points in the 9th place, one points ahead of Al-Nojoom the 11th.

At Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium, Al-Adala beat Jeddah 3-2.

Jeddah's Tiago put Al-Adala in front after 28 minutes, before Radi Al-Radi doubled the lead in the 54th minute, then Omaro Kaina and Taigo made it 2-2 in the 62nd and 81st minutes, then Yossif Al-Fawazea scored the winning goal in the 82nd minute.

Al-Adala reached 52 points jumping to the 3rd place, while Jeddah's total stopped at 45 points in the 6th place.

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