• Saudi Pro League
  • 27 January 2019

Al-Fat’h and Al-Hilal Win with the Kickoff of Round 17 of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman League for Professionals

Today, Sunday, the competitions of Round 17 of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman League for Professionals kicked off with two matches; Al-Fat’h against Al-Qadisiah and Al-Fayhaa against Al-Hilal.

 

At Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium, Al-Fat’h won 2-0 over its counterpart Al-Qadisiah, scored by Pedro João in the 18th and 93rd minutes.

 

Al-Fat’h total moved up to 22 points, in the 9th place, while Al-Qadisiah stayed at 20 points, in the 11th place.

 

Al-Hilal returned from Majma'ah Sports City Stadium with a win of 5-1 over Al-Fayhaa. Al-Hilal's goals were scored by Jonathan Soriano (two goals) in the 28th and 43rd minutes, Carlos Eduardo (two goals) in the 55th and 57th minutes and Gelmin Rivas in minute 90+2, while Al-Fayhaa's goal was scored by Abdullah Al-Qarni in the 82nd minute.

 

Al-Hilal strengthened its lead with a total of 40 points, while Al-Fayhaa's total stayed at 15 points, in the 13rd place.

 

The round matches will be continued tomorrow, Monday, with four matches; Ohod against Al-Nasr, Al-Taawoun against Al-Ahli, Al-Hazm against Al-Wahda and Al-Batin against Al-Faisaly.

 

Al-Nasr, the 2nd on the list with a total of 34 points, will play against Ohod, the 16th with 6 points, at Majma'ah Sports City Stadium.

 

Al-Ahli, the 4th on the list with a total of 27 points, will be hosted by Al-Taawoun, the 6th with 26 points, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.

 

Al-Wahda, the 5th with 27 points, will play against its counterpart Al-Hazm, the 12th with 15 points, at King Abdulaziz Sports City Stadium.

 

Al-Faisaly, the 7th with 24 points, will play against its host Al-Batin, the 14th on the list with a total of 15 points, at the latter's stadium.

 

The round matches will be concluded the day after tomorrow, Tuesday, with two matches; Al-Raed against Al-Ettifaq and Al-Ittihad against Al-Shabab.

 

Al-Raed, the 10th on the list of the competition with 22 points, will host its counterpart Al-Ettifaq, the 8th with 23 points, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.

 

Finally, Al-Ittihad, the 15th with a total of 9 points, will host its counterpart, Al-Shabab, the 3rd with 32 points, at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah.

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