Iraqi Air Force cut the AFC Champions League qualification card

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At the expense of Saudi unity and penalties


The Iraqi Air Force football team qualified for the group stage after winning a penalty shootout (3-2) over its Saudi counterpart Al-Wehda club after the end of the original and additional time with a positive draw (1-1) this Wednesday evening on the grounds of King Abdulaziz Sports City Stadium in Makkah Al-Mukarramah on The Asian supplement qualifying for the 2021 AFC Champions League groups.

Al-Wehda’s pressure in the first half resulted in the lead goal in the 24th minute after Yusef Niakati penetrated the penalty area on the left side with a lack of defense before he prepared the ball for himself and fired a rocket-propelled grenade that the Iraqi team goalkeeper only watched as it embraced his net.

In the second half, Al-Jawiya succeeded in adjusting the score in the dead time, specifically in the second minute of the calculated time, instead of lost through substitute Ayman Hussein with a strong shot from inside the penalty area to extend the match to overtime.

The Air Force will join Group Two for the group stage, alongside Sharjah of the United Arab Emirates, Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan, and Iranian Tractor.



Iraqi Air Force cut the AFC Champions League qualification card

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The Iraqi Air Force football team qualified for the group stage after winning a penalty shootout (3-2) over its Saudi counterpart Al-Wehda club after the end of the original and additional time with a positive draw (1-1) this Wednesday evening on the grounds of King Abdulaziz Sports City Stadium in Makkah Al-Mukarramah on The Asian supplement qualifying for the 2021 AFC Champions League groups.

Al-Wehda’s pressure in the first half resulted in the lead goal in the 24th minute after Yusef Niakati penetrated the penalty area on the left side with a lack of defense before he prepared the ball for himself and fired a rocket-propelled grenade that the Iraqi team goalkeeper only watched as it embraced his net.

In the second half, Al-Jawiya succeeded in adjusting the score in the dead time, specifically in the second minute of the calculated time, instead of lost through substitute Ayman Hussein with a strong shot from inside the penalty area to extend the match to overtime.

The Air Force will join Group Two for the group stage, alongside Sharjah of the United Arab Emirates, Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan, and Iranian Tractor.

April 07, 2021 – Shaaban 25, 1442

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At the expense of Saudi unity and penalties

The Iraqi Air Force football team qualified for the group stage after winning a penalty shootout (3-2) over its Saudi counterpart Al-Wehda club after the end of the original and additional time with a positive draw (1-1) this Wednesday evening on the grounds of King Abdulaziz Sports City Stadium in Makkah Al-Mukarramah on The Asian supplement qualifying for the 2021 AFC Champions League groups.

Al-Wehda’s pressure in the first half resulted in the lead goal in the 24th minute after Yusef Niakati penetrated the penalty area on the left side with a lack of defense before he prepared the ball for himself and fired a rocket-propelled grenade that the Iraqi team goalkeeper only watched as it embraced his net.

In the second half, Al-Jawiya succeeded in adjusting the score in the dead time, specifically in the second minute of the calculated time, instead of lost through substitute Ayman Hussein with a strong shot from inside the penalty area to extend the match to overtime.

The Air Force will join Group Two for the group stage, alongside Sharjah of the United Arab Emirates, Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan, and Iranian Tractor.





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