The third round of the “Golden Cup” preliminary round resolves the heated conflict

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The matches of the second round of the preliminary qualifiers from the Cup of His Highness the President of the State for Football refused to reveal all secrets regarding the identity of the four teams qualified for the final stage of the qualifiers, and the decision was postponed for the third round at the level of the four groups, which witnesses a bilateral struggle in each group, in the first group clings Both Al-Bataeh and Al-Taawun are qualified for the qualification ticket and have 6 points, with Al-Bataeh winning by goal difference, and the next two teams’ match will be on a hot tin roof.

The second group is led by Dibba Al-Nawakhza team with six points and a difference of goals from Al-Hamriya, the runner-up who has the same balance, and who enters its match against Dibba with the winning slogan only.

Hatta, the third group runner-up with four points, faces Dibba Al-Hisn, the leader with six points, and Al-Hosn will play against the Hurricane, with two chances of winning or drawing.

two-way fight

With regard to the fourth group, the closest to qualifying the Arab group, the leader of the group with three points, is sufficient to draw against Fujairah in the next match, and Al Dhaid and the runner-up of the group will compete with three points.

Aliens shine

On the other hand, foreign professionals hit hard in the qualifiers and scored most of the goals of the second round. The Brazilian Diego Silva “Diba” tops the scorer list with seven goals, followed by Omani Mohammed Al-Marboui “Dibba Al-Hisn”, and the Brazilian Gelson Alves “Al-Taawon”, with three goals, while 6 share Players with two goals. Diego Silva’s lead confirms that the management of Dibba Al Fujairah was correct in recovering the player after his contribution to qualifying the Emirates Falcons to the professional league last season.

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The second round matches saw the players score 20 goals

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The most famous court judges have 21 yellow cards and two red cards for Khal Ali (Al Dhaid) and Ahmed Jassim (Gulf FC).

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