Al-Nasr First Soccer Team deepened its host Jarrah after winning it (5-2) during a postponed clash from the 17th round of the Saudi Roshen League on Tuesday at Prince Abdullah Al Faisal City Stadium in Jeddah, amid the attendance of more than 20 thousand spectators.

With a sweeping al-nasr, the capitalist yellow broke a winless streak over the western yellow spanning more than 5 years, in which the second was dominant in the two teams’ meetings.

Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals from penalties (19, 68), Brazil’s Anderson Taliska (38) and Senegal’s Sadio Mane (82, 75), while Morocco’s Abdelrazak Hamdallah secured the goals of the al-itthad (51, 14) and the dismissal of Brazilian Fabinho by red card (66).

The result raised the al-nasr balance to 43 points in second place, 7 points behind the leaders al-hilal, while the al-itthad remained at 28 points in sixth place, having accepted a third successive loss and a sixth in the league.
The match was launched with Nusrawi control but without real danger against Abdullah Al-Ma ‘aouf, the al-itthad’s keeper.

Greece’s Anastasius Sidiropoulos, the match referee, did not count against Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo for offside at the 11th minute.

Contrary to the course of the game and from a counter-attack, Morocco’s Abdelrazak Hamdallah, the al-itthad striker, manipulated the defence of al-nast and shot the goalkeeper’s nodal right at the 14th minute.

The Greek referee awarded a penalty to France’s Karim Benzema after Ali Lajami was blocked inside the 18 area by Cristiano, realizing the 19th-minute tie, and “Don” almost added a personal second goal for him and his team, but the crossbar appealed for the defenders.
Brazilian winner Anderson Taliska showed up for a second goal, after manipulating the al-itthad defence inside the box and hitting the Ma ‘aouf right, announcing the al-nasr lead at the 38th minute.

Nawaf Al-Aqaidi, the keeper of al-nasr, saved his team from a federal level goal after blocking Brazilian shot Romarinho at the 41st minute, ending the first half with Nasrawi’s two-goal lead against the al-itthad.

As the second half unfolded, Hamdallah returned the game to a point of balance with a level goal from a header, after rising to Brazilian teammate Egor Cornado’s cross at the 51st minute.

The Greek referee returned to earn a penalty for al-nasr after Brazilian Fabinho committed an offence against Portuguese Ottavio, including Ronaldo’s second and third personal goal at the 68th minute.

Argentine FA coach Jayardo found himself in an unenviable position after Fabinho received the second yellow card and went out sacked to play the hosts undiminished.

Senegalese Sadio Mane made his mark by scoring the fourth goal, taking advantage of his teammate’s Talesca pass, which put him in front of the Ma’ouf and shooting inside the net at the 75th minute, adding a second and fifth personal goal to al-nasr (82), before leaving his place to Abdelrahman Gharib.
The confrontation will take place next Saturday,To calculate the 19th round of the league.

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