Al Nassr vs Al Ahli Highlights, Match Report FT 4-3

Saudi Pro League: Al Nassr vs Al Ahli Highlights Date: September 22, 2023 | Time: 23:30 Hrs. | Location: Al Awal Park at King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Al Nassr Football Club نادي النصر السعودي is going head to head with Al-Ahli Saudi Football Club النادي الأهلي السعودي starting on 22 Sept 2023 at 23:30 Hrs . The match is a part of the Saudi Professional League.

Currently, Al-Nassr rank 6th, while Al-Ahli hold 3rd position on Saudi Pro League standing.

Al Nassr vs Al Ahli: Highlights

Al Nassr 4-3 Al Ahli
Al NassrCristiano Ronaldo (4′ , 52′), Anderson Talisca (17′, 45’+6′)
Al AhliFranck Kessié (30′), Riyad Mahrez (50′ Pen), Feras Al-Brikan (87′)

Watch Goal Highlights: Al Nassr vs Al Ahli

Al Nassr vs Al Ahli: Match Report

Al Nassr defeated Al Ahli 4-3 in a dramatic Saudi Pro League match on Friday in Riyadh thanks to two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo.

Al Nassr managed to fend off numerous comeback attempts from their fellow star-studded opponents thanks to early goals from Ronaldo in both of the two halves that served as the team’s scoring books.

The ex-Liverpool forward Sadio Mané found the Portuguese legend, who scored the game’s first goal with a low left-footed drive in the fourth minute. After a deft turn on the edge of the penalty box, he then scored Al Nassr’s fourth goal in the 52nd minute with another clinical left-foot finish.

Between the two goals, Brazilian attacker Anderson Talisca scored two of his own in the opening period, the second coming off the underside of the crossbar after winning a penalty kick.

Al Ahli came from behind the home team by one goal on three different occasions. Franck Kessié, a former midfielder for Barcelona, scored in the first half, and Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez converted a penalty in the second, but substitute Feras Al-Brikan’s 4-3 goal in the 87th minute ensured a tense conclusion.

After losing their first two games of the season, Al Nassr has now won five straight in the league. As a result of their most recent victory, they are now tied for fifth place in the Saudi Pro League rankings with Al Ahli on points.

Two of the four clubs taken over by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) are Al Nassr and Al Ahli. This comes before a significant summer of expenditure that saw numerous well-known players from Europe go to the Saudi Pro League.

Team Line-up

Al NassrAl Ahli
44 Nawaf Alaqidi16 Édouard Mendy
27 Aymeric Laporte28 Merih Demiral
78 Ali Al Lajami3 Ibañez
15 Alex Telles6 Mohammed Al Hurayji
2 Sultan Al-Ghannam27 Ali Majrashi
25 Otávio24 Gabri Veiga
77 Marcelo Brozovic79 Franck Kessié
17 Abdullah Al Khaibari29 Mohammed Al-Majhad
7 Cristiano Ronaldo10 Roberto Firmino
10 Sadio Mané97 Allan Saint-Maximin
94 Anderson Talisca7 Riyad Mahrez
19 Ali Al-Hassan31 Saad Yaslam Balobaid
 5Abdulelah Al-Amri40 Ali Alasmari
14 Sami Al-Naji26 Fahd Al Hamad
29 Abdulrahman Ghareeb20 Feras Al-Brikan
24 Mohammed Qassem Al-Nakhli8 Sumaihan Al-Nabet
33 Waleed Ali19 Fahad Alrashidi
12 Nawaf Boushal62 Abdullah Abdo
11 Khalid Al-Ghannam30 Ziyad Aljohani
6 Seko Fofana13 Ibrahim Al-Zubaidi

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