Al-Hilal Club included damac counterpart in the list of its victims in its winning streak after overcoming it (2-1), on Saturday, 16 March, at the conclusion of the 24th round of the Saudi Football League, which saw the  al-itthad of Jeddah win over Al-Fatah, while the draw sealed the game of the al-raed and al-taawoun.

The “Leader” clash was played against damac on the floor of the Kingdom Arena, while the second meeting was held between Al Fatah and the “Brigadier” at the Prince Abdullah bin Gloy Sports City Stadium, while the third match was held between the al-raed and al-taawoun at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium.

Al-Hilal snatches a late win against damac and continues his winning streak
Al-Hilal secured a final-gasp victory in front of damac after being level on the score (1-1) until stoppage time, bringing his back-to-back wins to 29 in all competitions.
Al-Hilal took control of the course of the first phase without scoring any goal, as his players failed to take advantage of the many opportunities they had. In contrast, damac posed a danger to Moroccan goalkeeper Yassen Bono’s goal on some counter-attacks, but he also failed to find his net, ending the first half with a scoreless draw between the two teams.

In the 71st minute, the game saw a controversial shot when the umpire cancelled a penalty for Al-Hilal, after initially reckoning with Ruben Neves, after returning to VAR

Al-Hilal continued to pressure damac so that he could open the registration door in the 79th minute through his first star Salem al-Dosari; But just seven minutes later you were able to adjust the result with the efforts of star Domagoj Antolic in the 86 minute.
The match saw the dismissal of Strictly player Syar Al-Anzi as the left-back. In the final minutes of time instead of lost Michel de Oliveira managed to score the winning goal for the al-hilal , which took his top tally to 68, while damac balance stopped at point 34, finishing seventh.

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