The youth team took the lead in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup League after defeating its host Al-Nasr in the Riyadh Derby by a clean fourth in their meeting at the Marsool Park Stadium at King Saud University in Riyadh as part of the 18th round of the Professional League.The meeting began with youth control in search of an early goal, and this was achieved by his star Ever Banega from a penalty kick (D: 17), and his colleague Christian Joanca added two goals (D: 28, 82), and then Ighalo concluded the series of goals by scoring the fourth goal for youth (Dr. : 90 + 2), while Abd al-Razzaq Hamdallah missed a penalty kick that was brilliantly defeated by youth goalkeeper Zaid Al-Bawardi (D: 89). With this result, Al-Shabab achieved its eleventh victory in the league, raising its tally to 38 points and alone at the top of the league, while Al-Nasr received its seventh loss, to freeze its balance at 25 points and in sixth place.
At the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Buraidah, Al-Qadisiyah managed to beat its host Al-Taawon with two clean goals that came through Karolis Andrea (D: 6), and Hassan Al-Omari from a penalty kick (D: 54). With this result, Al-Qadisiyah achieved its sixth victory, reaching the 25th point, equal to Al-Taawon, which came seventh on goal difference, while Al-Qadisiyah jumped to eighth place.
Al Fath turns the tables
And at the Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium in Al-Ahsa, Al-Fateh turned late in front of its guest Al-Ain to win three goals for two goals, and Al-Fateh striker Mitchell T. Freddy shone with 3 goals (Hattrick D: 53, 75, 84), while the two goals of Al Ain came through Mario Bastos ( D: 50), Juanbe Anyor (D: 61), and with this result, Al-Fateh achieves its sixth victory in the league and reaches the point of 22, occupying the 11th place, while Al-Ain received a loss of 13 and its balance stuck at 13 points to remain in the (last) 16th place.
Leader faces southern Persia
The 18th round of the Prince Muhammad Bin Salman Professionals Cup League will conclude this evening (Sunday) with an expected confrontation between Al Hilal, the third league with Damak (15th) team, at 4:05 at Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Sports City Stadium in Al-Mahalla, as Faris Al-Janoub occupies 15th place With 13 points, he collected 3 wins, 4 draws, and 10 losses, and he has 22 goals and 33, while Al Zaeem ranks third with 33 points, which he won from 9 wins, 6 draws and 2 losses, and he has 30 goals and has 12.