A renewed victory in today’s historic mission to exclude Persepolis and...

A renewed victory in today’s historic mission to exclude Persepolis and...
A renewed victory in today’s historic mission to exclude Persepolis and...

A renewed victory in today’s historic mission to exclude Persepolis and reach the final

Yellow has the advantage in the decisive Asian confrontation


Saturday – 16 Safar 1442 AH – 03 October 2020 AD Issue No. [
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From the preparations for victory for the Asian confrontation (Asharq Al-Awsat) – Martinez in recent exercises (Asharq Al-Awsat)

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Riyadh: Fahd Al-Issa

The Saudi Al-Nasr team is looking forward to hijacking the pass towards the final match of the AFC Champions League, when it faces the Iranian team Persepolis this evening, in the semi-final round at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in the Qatari capital, Doha.
Al-Nassr seeks to achieve an unprecedented achievement in the current edition of the tournament, in which it made a great way towards achieving the title, and is two steps away from achieving its first title in the AFC Champions League.
The victory, led by Portuguese Roy Vitoria, is armed with the most prominent elements and elements that give the relative technical advantage over its Iranian counterpart, where victory has the element of individual elements and supremacy, in exchange for the collective desire to achieve an unprecedented collective achievement for the yellow team.
And if the Iranian team, whose name was changed to Persepolis instead of the previous name “Persepolis” at the beginning of the current decade, shared with victory the same ambition to achieve the championship title for the first time in its history, the individual factors and the potential of the players give the relative advantage in favor of victory.
Al-Nassr met his Iranian counterpart Persepolis in three previous confrontations, and he succeeded in achieving victory in two of them and lost in a match, and the first confrontation was in 1997 in the quarter-final stage, which Al-Nassr won by three goals for two, before the two teams returned to meet after years of absence in the 2015 edition. In the group stage, where Al-Nasr won the first match with three without a response, before losing the second match with a single goal in favor of the Iranian team, which qualified for its group, accompanied by Al-Duhail, Qatar.
The Iranian team recently recorded positive results in the continental championship, reaching the semi-finals of the 2017 tournament, before Al Hilal Saudi Arabia eliminated it by winning the first leg by 4-0, and the two teams tied back with two goals each, and in 2018 it managed to reach the final match of the tournament and lost it to Kashima Japanese, and in the last version. He quickly left the tournament from the group stage.
As for the victory team, absent for many years from reaching the final rounds of the tournament, its coach Vitoria explained that he does not care about history and the long absence of his team, stressing that he is looking for victory and presence in the final match of the tournament, which confirms the seriousness of the yellow team and its great desire to overcome the Iranian Persepolis obstacle.
The list of the ideal team for the quarter-finals of the tournament for the West of the Continent included the presence of five players from Al-Nasr Club and six players from the Iranian Persepolis team, where Abdullah Mado and Sultan Al-Ghanem, Abdul Majeed Al-Salih, Betty Martinez and Khaled Al-Ghanem attended from Al-Nasr.
As for Iran’s Persepolis team, the goalkeeper Hamid Lak, the defense duo Hossein Kanani and Saeed Aghaei, the midfield duo Kamaluddin Kamyapinay, the Iraqi Bashar Rassan and his striker Issa Al Kessir, who scored the two winning goals for his team in the last match, are on the ideal list, and are on the scorers list. With four goals.
Al-Nassr is armed with a number of distinguished names in the team, in the forefront of which is the Moroccan star Abdel-Razzaq Hamdallah, who contributed a large percentage of Al-Nasr’s goals in this tournament, and is still top scorer in the tournament with six goals so far, and is present next to him in the list of names on which victory depends The recently joined Argentine player, Betty Martinez, who opened his goals with victory in the last match against Al-Ahly in the tournament.
Australian goalkeeper Brad Jones represents a source of safety for his team victory, and Brazilian defender Maicon, who contributed to not conceding a goal during the round of 16 and quarter-finals matches, is present in front of him, in addition to defender Abdullah Madu, who found the perfect squad for the quarter-finals.
Al-Nasr has a number of distinguished names at the local level. Abd al-Majid al-Salihim, who recently joined the team, has become an active member in the pivot axis, in addition to Abdel-Fattah Asiri and the young star Khaled Al-Ghannam, who recorded a remarkable presence in the championship, in addition to Sultan Al-Ghannam, who won the award The best player for two games in a row, despite being right back in the ranks of his team Al-Nasr.
The victory, who reached this role after overcoming the cooperation team in the 16th round with a single goal without a response, before continuing its victories against its fellow Al-Ahly with two unanswered goals in the quarter-final round, realizes the seriousness of the Iranian team, which qualified after overcoming the Qatari dam in the round of 16 with a single goal without response, before To win two unanswered goals over Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan in the quarter-finals.
Iranian Persepolis is characterized by the occasional balls that require a great effort from the Brazilian defender, who will be the player of Al-Nasr team to stop this danger, in addition to the speed of the team’s spread and the building of the attack and the physical strength with which Iranian football is known.
Persepolis surprised everyone with his rising level in the tournament after it resumed, as he had only suffered one loss with one goal in his net from the penalty spot. The team relies on organized defense and the crosses that its players are good at thanks to their height.
Iraqi midfielder Bashar Resan said: “We are trying to continue our journey with success in the championship. The technical staff overseeing our team definitely monitored the victory team to analyze their strengths and weaknesses in order to be optimally prepared for that confrontation.
Among the players of the two teams, Resen scored the highest number of successful passes in the opposite side’s half of the stadium, with a total of 246 passes.
He continued: “Our ambition from the start to reach the final match, our numbers in the tournament are very promising, as we did not receive in the last 6 matches, that is, after the resumption of the competition, it was not a single goal and it came from a penalty kick, and this is a good indicator from a technical and moral point of view.”
The midfield is witnessing a duel between the brilliant young Khaled Al-Ghanem (19 years old), who had not yet been born when Al-Nassr participated in the Club World Cup 2000, and a veteran Persepolis on the left wing Wahid Amiri (32 years old), who was in the squad that reached the semi-finals of the 2017 edition and lost In front of the Saudi Crescent.

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