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Ittihad Jeddah on the brilliance of Hegazy and his wonderful goal against Al-Raed: “Every defender has a short side.”


The Saudi Al Ittihad Club commented on the brilliance of the Egyptian international defender Ahmed Hegazy, after he scored his team’s second goal against Al-Raed in the match that brought them together today, Monday, in the second round of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup “Saudi Professional League” for the current season 2021. 2022.


The club wrote, through its official account on the “Twitter” website, a post in which he said, “Every defender has a short side,” referring to the high rise of the top scorer at the moment the team’s second goal was scored.



Al-Ittihad Jeddah team finished the first half against Al-Raed, leading 3-0 in the match between them in the second round of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup League, the "Saudi Professional League", which will be held this evening, Monday, at the "King Abdullah" stadium.


Al-Ittihad's goals were scored by Fahd Al-Mawlid "7" from a penalty kick, Ahmed Hegazy "15" and Romario in the 43rd minute of the match.


Ittihad Jeddah dominated the match, as its players regained their technical level before entering the Arab Championship final against Moroccan Raja.



And the presence of the Egyptian international Ahmed Hegazy in the basic formation of the match, as the coach relies on him on a continuous basis to lead the team’s payments in the official matches. The formation of the Jeddah Union against Al-Raed came as follows..


Goalkeeper: Grohe


Defense lines: Saud Abdel Hamid - Ahmed Hegazy - Omar Hawsawi - Muhannad Al-Shamrani


Midfield: Karim Al-Ahmadi - Abdulaziz Al-Bishi - Bruno Henrique


Forwards: Fahd Al-Muwallad - Romarinho - Gary Rodriguez.


Al-Ittihad and Al-Raed met in 26 matches, with Al-Ittihad winning 15 of them, while Al-Raed won 4, while 11 matches between them were drawn.

And it was confirmed the absence of the Brazilian playmaker Igor Cornado from today's confrontation between Al-Ittihad and Al-Raed, due to the club's failure to obtain a certificate of financial competence that allows clubs to register new players.


The confrontation is a final rehearsal for Al Ittihad Jeddah and its coach Fabio Carelli before the upcoming Arab Championship final against Raja Casablanca, next Saturday, August 21.


The Al-Ittihad team fell into the trap of losing against Al-Fayha with a clean goal, at the beginning of the Tigers' journey in the Saudi Professional League competition.

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