Al-Bataeh achieves an exciting victory over Al-Nasr

Al-Bataeh achieved a precious victory over Al-Nasr with a score (2/0), which was sponsored by his Brazilian wing, Lawrence Du, during the confrontation that took place between them at Khalid bin Mohammed Stadium in Sharjah, for the 25th round of the ADNOC Professional League, and with this result, Al-Bataeh put three new points, bringing his score to 21 points. In twelfth place, two points behind its rival, Dibba Al-Fujairah, while Al-Nasr’s balance stood at 24 points in ninth place.

It is considered the first victory for Al-Bataeh at Khalid Bin Mohammed Stadium, under the leadership of its national coach, Captain Moataz Abdullah, who took over the task to succeed Moroccan Saeed Chakhit, to return the team to the path of victories again, after the absence of 14 rounds, in which Al-Bataeh did not taste the taste of victory.

Al-Bataeh played the match differently from the previous matches, as he showed on the performance of his players the return of fighting spirit, teamwork and the desire to achieve victories, and his coach Moataz Abdullah made some adjustments to the starting line-up, as he pushed Saif Rashid from the start and he was always participating in the second session. He also included Hamad Al-Balushi instead of Muhammad Al-Shehhi, who appeared in the second half, while he relied on Issa Ahmed at the left back, instead of Abdullah Abbas, who was used by Moataz in the second session.

Brazilian Lawrence Du succeeded in decoding the Nasraoui defense in the 52nd and 80th minutes, to gift Al-Bataeh the three most expensive points this season, to revive the team’s hopes of staying in the professional league.


Al-Bataeh loses to Ajman in the President’s Cup

Al-Bataeh team lost to Ajman (2/1), during the match that took place between them, at Rashid bin Saeed Stadium in Ajman, in the quarter-finals of the President’s Cup, to bid farewell to the competition, Al-Bataeh.

The match was exciting and strong on the part of the two teams, especially Al-Bataeh, who seemed to be the best organizational and tactical, and led a number of attacks on Ajman’s goal, but it missed the final touch that put it into the net.

Ajman surprised Al-Bataeh with the first goal in the (32nd) minute through Ali Madan, taking advantage of the mistake of goalkeeper Zayed Al-Hammadi, who tried to deflect the ball that reached him from Mohammed Khalfan.

Ajman was able to add the second goal through Firas Belarabi in the minute (46), to end the first half with the superiority of the landowners.

Al-Bataeh’s performance improved in the second half, and he extended his control over the stadium, thanks to the positive movements of Cameroonian player Anatole and Lawrence. Defender Artur Georgy was able to reduce the difference in the minute (64) with a powerful shot from outside the penalty area, with which the attempts of Ajman goalkeeper Adel Al-Hosani failed.

Al-Bataeh almost scored the equalizing goal through Anatole, but Adel Al-Hosani saved Ajman from a powerful header by the Cameroonian player, as he pushed it away with difficulty, so that the match ended with Ajman winning 2-0.

Saeed Shakhit: We lost to Al Wasl due to mistakes

Moroccan Saeed Shakhit, the coach of the first football team at Al-Bataeh Club, said that they lost the result of their match against Al-Wasl team due to mistakes, which he described as primitive. I suspected that the players were still affected by the great effort they made in the cup match against Ittihad Kalba, which caused the physical level to drop in the second half of the Al Wasl match.

Al-Bataeh loses against Al-Wasl by three

The first football team of Al-Bataeh Club lost, as a result of its match against Al-Wasl, with a score of “3/1”, during the match that brought them together at Zabeel Stadium in Dubai, for the 15th round of the Andoc Professional League, and Al-Wasl advanced with the first goal through the Argentine player Shanclay, and Lawrence managed to adjust the result. Al-Bataeh scored a precise header that settled in Al-Wasl pass at the 56th minute. Al-Wasl added a second goal via Fabio Lima before Shanclay finished the goals, so the match ended with Al-Wasl winning 3-1. Despite the loss, Al-Bataeh did not decline in the ranking table and remained in the eleventh place.

Al-Bataeh contracts with the Olympic team striker

Al-Bataeh Club officially contracted with Abdullah Al-Naqbi, the UAE Olympic striker, in a free transfer deal, to defend the team’s colors during the remainder of the current sports season, and the player joined the team camp held these days and engaged in training with his fellow players, and the player will wear the number “70”.