en

Libyan League | Al-Nasr wins Benghazi derby with two Sudanese goals


Team done Victory His mission against his neighbor Al-Ahly was to defeat him 2-1 in the Benghazi derby, which is being held for the first time in Europe, in the match that brought them together this evening, Wednesday, at the “Partenio Lombardi” stadium in Italy, in the summit of the matches of the second round of the competition for the crowning of the Libyan Football League title.

Al-Nasr team owes its hard-fought victory to the Sudanese duo, defender Bakhit Khamis, who scored the first goal in the 79th minute, and striker Al-Jazouli Noah, who added the second goal in the 87th minute, while Al-Ahly Benghazi’s only goal was scored by substitute Malian striker Boubacar Traore in the 93rd minute of the match.

Al-Nasr revives its chances of competing for the Libyan League title

Al-Nasr revived its chances of competing for the Libyan League title after achieving its second consecutive victory under the leadership of its national coach Osama Al-Hamadi in the crowning stage competitions, as Al-Nasr occupies second place on goal difference behind Al-Ahly Tripoli, and each of them has 6 points before 3 matches until the end.

Marco Guida to referee Libyan league matches

While the team remained Al-Ahly Benghazi With his previous score of one point, he is in fifth place in the ranking of the crowning six teams, and his chances of winning the Libyan League title for the current sports season have become slim.

Al-Ahly Tripoli returns with a comeback and achieves victory over Al-Suwaihli

Al-Ahly Tripoli turned a one-goal deficit into an exciting three-goal victory over Al-Suwaihli in the match that brought them together at the “Gran Sasso Di” stadium. Al-Suwaihli took the lead first with a goal scored by its veteran player, Mohammed Al-Manqoush, in the 44th minute, and the first half ended with Al-Ahly Tripoli falling behind by a clean goal.

In the second half, Al-Ahly Tripoli made a strong comeback when it managed to score the equalizer through its striker Ahmed Karaoua in the 55th minute. Goalkeeper Mohammed Nashnoush added the second goal from a penalty kick in the 63rd minute, and Karaoua returned to score the third goal from a penalty kick in the 72nd minute of the match, which ended with Al-Ahly Tripoli winning by three goals to one.

With this victory, Al-Ahly Tripoli’s score rose to 6 points at the top of the crowning hexagonal teams’ standings, on goal difference over the second-placed Al-Nasr team, while Al-Suwaihli remained with no points in last place.

No winner or loser in Al Hilal and Al Madinah match

Al-Hilal team tied with its counterpart Al-Madinah without goals in the match that brought them together at the “Gaetano Bolognese” stadium. Following this result, Al-Hilal’s balance rose to two points after achieving its second draw in the crowning hexagon and rose to third place, while Al-Madinah obtained the first point after losing the result of its match in the first round against Al-Ahly Tripoli by two goals to one.

It is worth noting that the matches of the six-team championship for the Libyan Premier League title, which concludes its competitions in the Italian capital, Rome, on July 22, will be held in one stage (first leg only), and the first-place winner will obtain the title in its forty-ninth edition.



Source link

مقالات ذات صلة

زر الذهاب إلى الأعلى