A positive draw for Al-Bataeh against Al-Dhafra

The positive tie (1/1) settled the Al-Bataeh confrontation against Al-Dhafra, which took place at Khalid bin Mohammed Stadium in Sharjah, for the account of the 19th round of the ADNOC Professional League, to raise Al-Bataeh to 17 points, while Al-Dhafra’s balance became 8 points.

Al Dhafra team took the initiative to score through Brazilian Thiago Luonco in the 43rd minute, and Al Bataeh equalized through its Malian player Siko Baba in the 72nd minute.

Al-Bataeh completed the match with ten players, after his right-back, Fahd Sabeel, was sent off at the end of the first half, and Al-Dhafra played minus the ranks in the last quarter of an hour after expelling his player Khaled Ali, who received the second yellow card because of his attempt to obtain a penalty kick by acting.

Al-Bataeh was close to settling the match in his favor through real opportunities for his players in front of Al-Dhafra goal, but they were missed amid everyone’s surprise.

Al-Bataeh Club celebrated the inauguration of the new corporate identity on the sidelines of the match, through a mini celebration between halftime, which included popular chants in which a number of children participated.


Al-Bataeh draws with Khor Fakkan

Al-Bataeh tied against Khorfakkan (2/2), during the match that brought them together at Dibba Stadium, for the 18th round of the ADNOC Professional League, and with this result, Al-Bataeh raised his score to 16 points in the eleventh place, while Khorfakkan’s balance became 20 points in the ninth place.

Al-Bataeh scored Joao Pedro in the 41st minute and Anatole in the 75th minute, while Brazilian Fabio scored for Khorfakkan in the 58th and 87th minute, and Khorfakkan missed a penalty kick through Dudu in the 46th minute.

The start of the match came with caution from the two teams, and Al-Bataeh and Khor Fakkan closed all the roads leading to their net, for fear of receiving an early goal that confuses the accounts, so that Al-Bataeh player Joao Pedro relied on his individual capabilities and hit a powerful ball from outside the penalty area that hit the Khorfakkan net.

The match referee awarded a penalty kick against Al-Bataeh due to the ball touching the hand of defender Fahd Sabeel, but Khor Fakkan did not take advantage of it and wasted it by his player Dudu, who kicked the ball away from the net, to end the first half with Al-Bataeh’s superiority.

Khorfakkan equalized in the second half through Brazilian player Fabio, but Al-Bataeh was able to advance again through his Cameroonian striker Anatole, who handled the ball well and hit it hard into the net.

However, Khor Fakkan surprised Al-Bataeh four minutes before the end of the match, by adjusting the score through Brazilian player Fabio, who jumped above everyone and hit a header that hit the net of goalkeeper Zayed Al-Hammadi.

Issa Ahmed: We seek to achieve a positive result against Al Wasl

Issa Ahmed, player of the first football team at Al-Bataeh Club, described their match against Al-Wasl as difficult, because it is in front of a large team competing to win the league championship, and added during the introductory press conference: We will do our best to achieve a positive result that supports our position in the competition, and continued: Despite the pressure of matches and the performance of a match Every three days we will try to do everything we can to win or at least draw.

Saeed Shakhit: The Al Wasl match is difficult and we are striving to achieve our goals

Moroccan Saeed Shakhit, the coach of the first football team at Al-Bataeh Club, said that the Al-Wasl match will not be easy, and it is in front of a large team that wants to compete for the league championship, explaining that Al-Wasl has been presenting great levels during the recent matches, and added: For us in Al-Bataeh, we will fight to achieve Our goals, and I hope that God will help us in this match, and he continued: Al Wasl wants to collect points in order to compete for the championship, and we seek to collect points to achieve our ambitions and goals, and we will do everything we have in order to win the three points, and if this is not achieved, we will fight to achieve one point.

Al-Bataeh ends the rest and returns to the tranings

The first football team of Al-Bataeh Club returned to training today, Tuesday, after the end of the rest period granted to the technical staff and players, due to the downtimeof the ADNOC Professionals League for the Favor of the UAE national team participating in the Gulf Cup tournament held in Iraq, and the team conducted training under the supervision of technical director Saeed Shakhit and the participation of all players. In preparation for its next match against Al Ain, scheduled for January 22, in the ADNOC Professional League. In the same context, the team will play a preparatory camp in Sharjah, which will include morning and evening training and a number of friendly matches, in preparation for the remaining matches in the ADNOC Professional League and the President’s Cup.