Crazy match.. 10 goals in the “Damak” and “Al-Fateh” match, and...


In the opening round of the 13th round of the Pro League


Crazy match.. 10 goals in a match

Damak managed to survive the bump of his Al-Fateh counterpart, after drawing with him in a match that witnessed 10 goals.

The match that brought the two teams together in the 13th round of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Football League ended with a tie between the two teams with five goals for each team.

The goals of the match came through Christian Cueva for Al-Fateh in the 3rd minute, before Hilal Soudani equalized for Dhamk and scored two goals in the 11th and 17th minutes.

Al-Fateh player Ali Al-Zaqaan equalized in the 19th minute, but Felipe Agosto managed in the 45+4 minute to score the third goal for Dhamk, then Saktas added the fourth goal in the 63rd minute, but Al-Fateh Santiti managed to modify the result by adding the third goal for his team in the 69th minute.

In the 74th minute, Christian Cueva scored the fourth goal for Al-Fateh, and two minutes later, Firas Al-Braikan scored the fifth goal in the 76th minute, before Zelaya Damak equalized in the 79th minute.

The meeting witnessed the exit of Damak’s coach “Rizic” with a red card at the end of the first half.

With this result, Damak raises his score of points to point number 25 at the top of the competition standings temporarily, and Al-Fateh’s balance has increased at point number 13.


Crazy match.. 10 goals in a match



Crazy match.. 10 goals in a match



Crazy match.. 10 goals in a match


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Crazy match.. 10 goals in the “Damak” and “Al-Fateh” match, and a coach was expelled
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2021-11-25

Damak managed to survive the bump of his Al-Fateh counterpart, after drawing with him in a match that witnessed 10 goals.

The match that brought the two teams together in the 13th round of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Football League ended with a tie between the two teams with five goals for each team.

The goals of the match came through Christian Cueva for Al-Fateh in the 3rd minute, before Hilal Soudani equalized for Dhamk and scored two goals in the 11th and 17th minutes.

Al-Fateh player Ali Al-Zaqaan equalized in the 19th minute, but Felipe Agosto managed in the 45+4 minute to score the third goal for Dhamk, then Saktas added the fourth goal in the 63rd minute, but Al-Fateh Santiti managed to modify the result by adding the third goal for his team in the 69th minute.

In the 74th minute, Christian Cueva scored the fourth goal for Al-Fateh, and two minutes later, Firas Al-Braikan scored the fifth goal in the 76th minute, before Zelaya Damak equalized in the 79th minute.

The meeting witnessed the exit of Damak’s coach “Rizic” with a red card at the end of the first half.

With this result, Damak raises his score of points to point number 25 at the top of the competition standings temporarily, and Al-Fateh’s balance has increased at point number 13.

25 November 2021 – 20 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

07:52 PM

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25 November 2021 – 20 Rabi’ al-Akhir 1443

11:03 PM


In the opening round of the 13th round of the Pro League

Damak managed to survive the bump of his Al-Fateh counterpart, after drawing with him in a match that witnessed 10 goals.

The match that brought the two teams together in the 13th round of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Football League ended with a tie between the two teams with five goals for each team.

The goals of the match came through Christian Cueva for Al-Fateh in the 3rd minute, before Hilal Soudani equalized for Dhamk and scored two goals in the 11th and 17th minutes.

Al-Fateh player Ali Al-Zaqaan equalized in the 19th minute, but Felipe Agosto managed in the 45+4 minute to score the third goal for Dhamk, then Saktas added the fourth goal in the 63rd minute, but Al-Fateh Santiti managed to modify the result by adding the third goal for his team in the 69th minute.

In the 74th minute, Christian Cueva scored the fourth goal for Al-Fateh, and two minutes later, Firas Al-Braikan scored the fifth goal in the 76th minute, before Zelaya Damak equalized in the 79th minute.

The meeting witnessed the exit of Damak’s coach “Rizic” with a red card at the end of the first half.

With this result, Damak raises his score of points to point number 25 at the top of the competition standings temporarily, and Al-Fateh’s balance has increased at point number 13.

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