What did the Arab Cup teams do so far?

Ezz Al-Clawi

Thursday 9 December 2021

11:31 AM

Eight teams are preparing for the start of the Arab Cup quarter-finals, tomorrow, Friday, with strong and expected confrontations, after the end of the group stage.

The national team set a date with its Jordanian counterpart, in the quarter-finals of the Arab Cup, after the Pharaohs topped the fourth group, in the meeting that brings them together next Saturday.

Yalla Koura monitors the group stage numbers for the Arab Cup Qatar 2021:

Strongest attack:

The Moroccan team has the strongest attack in the tournament so far, by scoring 9 goals in the group stage, after winning 3 matches by winning 4-0 in the first two meetings against Palestine and Jordan, and defeating Saudi Arabia with a goal without a response in the last round.

The national team comes in second place as the strongest attack with 7 goals, by defeating Lebanon with a goal without a response, and Sudan with five clean goals, and a 1-1 draw against Algeria.

strongest defense:

The Moroccan team was also able to be the strongest defense in the tournament, after it managed to keep its net in the group stage, before the strong clash with Algeria.

The team comes in as the second strongest defense, as it conceded a single goal against Algeria.

Most scoring match:

Two matches in the Arab Cup witnessed the largest number of goals, the first meeting with the teams of Tunisia and Mauritania at the opening of the first round, which ended with the victory of the Carthage Eagles 5-1, also the match between Jordan and Palestine witnessed 6 goals, with the victory of the first team Al-Nashami 5-1.

Number of goals scored:

The group stage witnessed an abundance of goals, as it ended in a goalless draw, bringing the total of 24 matches to 61 goals.

The number of red cards:

The red card was announced on 11 occasions in the group stage of the Arab Cup, to be a large number, and the Sudan team is the only team that received two expulsion cards in one match against Egypt in the meeting that ended with the victory of the Pharaohs by five clean.

The Saudi team also received two red cards, but in two different matches against Morocco and Jordan, in addition to the Algerian team, which received a red card in the match against Lebanon and another against Egypt.


13 penalty kicks were awarded in the Arab Cup group stage, 11 kicks were scored, and 2 were missed by Ayman Hussein, player of the Iraqi national team, and Mohamed Abdel Rahman, player of Tunisia.

The match between the Iraqi national team and Oman is the match that witnessed the most penalty kicks that were calculated, with 3 kicks, 2 scored, and one wasted by Ayman Hussein, the Iraqi national team player.

Group stage top scorer:

Tunisia’s Seif El-Din Jaziri and Palestine’s Tamer Siam are equal with 3 goals.

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