• Saudi Pro League
  • 18 December 2018

Report – Al-Nasr Gets Close to Al-Hilal after the End of Round 13 of Prince Mohammed bin Salman League for Professionals

Yesterday, Monday evening, the competitions of round 13 of Prince Mohammed bin Salman League for Professionals, whose eight matches were played on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, came to conclusion.

The round witnessed a win by Al-Ettifaq over Al-Wehda 2-1; a 1-1 tie by Al-Fat’h and Al-Faisaly; a win by Al-Nasr over Al-Raed 4-0; Al-Taawoun over Al-Fayhaa 3-0; Al-Ittihad over Al-Batin 3-1; Al-Hazm over Al-Hilal 2-1; Al-Shabab over Al-Ahli 1-0 and Al-Qadisiah over Ohod 3-1.

Al-Hilal maintained the lead with 32 points despite the loss, while Al-Nasr got close to the lead after it reached 29 points, with Al-Taawoun maintaining the 3rd place with a total of 24 points with goals difference from Al-Ahli, which maintained the 4th place with the same total.

The most important figures after the end of the 13th round of Prince Mohammed bin Salman League for Professionals are as follows:

- The round witnessed 8 matches, of which 7 ended with a win and one with a tie.

- During the round, 24 goals were scored, at the rate of 3 goals per match, of which 11 goals were right-footed, 8 left-footed and 5 by head.

- 18 of the round goals were scored by foreign players, against 6 by national players.

- There were 5 penalties, all of which were scored.

- The round witnessed no red cards, while the referees showed a yellow card 25 times.

- Al-Hilal had its first loss in this season, while Al-Ittihad recorded its first victory.

- Al-Nasr player, Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah, recorded the first super hat-trick in the League this season with his four goals in the net of Al-Raed.

- Al-Hilal is the top winner, with 10 wins, and Al-Ittihad and Ohod are at the bottom, with only one win each.

- Al-Ittihad and Ohod are the top losers (9 matches), and Al-Hilal is at the bottom (only one match).

- Al-Hilal had the strongest attack with 28 goals, while Ohod had the weakest attack, with 8 goals.

- Al-Shabab had the strongest defense, with its net having been hit by 9 goals only, while Al-Ittihad had the weakest defense, with 29 goals.

- Al-Fat’h and Al-Faisaly had the highest number of ties, in 5 matches each.

- Léandre Tawamba (Al-Taawoun) and Bafétimbi Gomis (Al-Hilal) are the top scorers with 11 goals each.

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