Tue 16 April 2024 | 9:03

Qatar’s Maroon Records Its First Win in the U23 Asian Cup

A deserved victory for the Qatari team over Indonesia with two goals in a match held in Doha.

On Monday, the football battle was held on the land of Doha, where the cheers and enthusiasm erupted in Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, and here is Qatar shining with a stunning victory over the Indonesian team, in the presence of its loyal fans.

This was the opening match of the first round of the U23 Asian Football Cup, where the Qatari team won with a score of 2/0, achieving a perfect start in its journey in the tournament.

The stars of the Qatari team shone in the first half, where they were able to achieve significant progress through a goal scored by player Khaled Ali in the 45th minute from a penalty kick, giving their team hope and confidence in the match. But Qatar did not stop there, but continued to pressure its opponent, until Ahmed Al-Rawi succeeded in scoring the second goal in the 54th minute, which added another flavor to the brilliant Qatari victory.

But the events did not stop there, but the match witnessed tension and disruption on the steps of the Indonesian team, where midfielder Ivar Jenner received his second warning in the 46th minute and was expelled, leaving his country’s team facing the challenge with only nine players. Despite their brave attempts, they were unable to change the course of the game.

With this wonderful victory, Qatar topped the group with three points, followed by both Jordan and Australia with one point, while Indonesia remained without any points in its balance, but it hopes to achieve victories in the upcoming matches to make progress in the tournament.


source: SportMob

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