The youth team shared the top of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Football League with Al-Hilal thanks to its dramatic victory at its host Al-Fateh Stadium 3-1 today, Saturday, in the fourth round.
In another confrontation, the Syrian striker Omar Al-Somah led his team, Al-Ahly Jeddah, to a 4-3 victory at Al-Ain Stadium.Al-Shabab raised its score to ten points, lagging behind Al-Hilal by goal difference only, and Al-Fateh’s score stopped at seven points in fifth place.
And at the Al-Fateh club, the owners of the land advanced with the goal of carrying the signature of Sufyan bin Dabke from a penalty kick in the 37th minute.
Al-Shabab decided the victory in the last quarter of an hour of the match, as Turki Marwan Al-Ammar equalized Al-Shabab in the 74th minute, then Fabio Martins added the second goal in the 78th minute, and Turki Marwan Al-Ammar scored his second goal and the third for his team in overtime.
And at the King Saud Sports City Stadium, Al Somah played the starring role in Al-Ahly’s third victory this season by scoring three goals (hat-trick) in the eye.
Al-Somah advanced two goals to Al-Ahly in the 19th and 20th minutes, but Algerian Sfir Taider responded with a goal to Al-Ain from a penalty kick in the 25th minute.
Al-Somah returned and scored the third goal for him and his team in the 38th minute, but Hassan Ali Al-Harbi responded with a goal to Al Ain in the 44th minute, and a minute later, Nigerian national team player Amadou Mutari scored the equalizer for the owners of the land.
Al-Ahly won the second half with a goal scored by Ghanaian midfielder Samuel Oso in the 66th minute.
The victory raised Al-Ahly’s balance to nine points in third place, one point behind Al-Hilal and Al-Shabab, and Al-Ain remained without a score of points in last place.