Al-Ain team supervisor, Abdullah Ali, praised the victory of Al-Zaeem against Al-Jazira by five goals to one, the day before yesterday, in the tenth round of the ADNOC Professional League, wondering if this great victory was enough to evaluate the team and confirm its ability to compete for the league title. . Ali said in a press statement: “After every match that Al Ain plays, we hear the saying that the team was not subjected to a strong test, and I wonder: Was the victory over Al Jazira a good measure for judging the Al Ain team?” I think it is a strong test against a rival team, and we passed that test.”
He added, “We won many things through this victory, both on and off the field, and I congratulate the fans of Al Ain Club, and the club’s management, especially that the victory is very important against a strong competitor who has players with great potential, and despite the difficult conditions that the Al Ain team faced with Caio’s disease and injury.” Mohamed Abbas, but the players played a very good match.” The Al Ain team supervisor spoke about the brilliance of the Togolese player, Laba Kodjo, and said: “We are happy that Laba scored three goals (hat-trick), which is compensation for his scoring fast in the past matches, while I see that one of the most important gains for Al Ain is the strong presence of the audience, as fans of ( Al-Zaeem) are our first supporter, and their presence has always positively affected the team’s journey.” Al-Ain raised its score to 24 points, topping the league.
Kaiser: We are disappointed after losing the five
Al-Jazira coach, Dutch Marcel Kaiser, expressed his feeling of frustration and sadness after the loss of “Abu Dhabi pride” to Al Ain by five goals to the goal of the loss, and said in a press conference that: “We received a great loss that frustrated us all, and Al Ain was the best and deserved the victory that was achieved.” He added, “We have a basic problem when we own the ball, which is that we lose it easily, and I bear the responsibility for the loss.”
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