Moroccan Mourad Bhatna, Al-Fateh player, led his team to inflict the second loss in a row at its host Al-Hilal, after defeating it 3-2, in the confrontation hosted by Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium in the capital, Riyadh, on Saturday, while Al-Fayhaa continued the series of wasting points after its negative draw against its guest, Abha, in The 14th stage of the Mohammed bin Salman Professional League.
At Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium in the capital, Riyadh, Moroccan Murad Patna, Al-Fateh player, led his team to inflicting the second loss in a row against its host Al-Hilal, after defeating it 3-2.
The match witnessed great excitement, as Al Hilal started putting intense pressure on the Al-Fateh goal, which resulted in an early goal after 12 minutes through its Peruvian player Andre Carrillo, who fired a powerful ball into the Al-Fateh net.
Al-Fateh responded quickly, specifically at the 16th minute, when its Moroccan player, Mourad Bhatna, scored the equalizer after following the shot of his colleague Ammar Al-Dahim, returning from the post, to put the ball into the net.
Al Hilal imposed its control before the end of the first half, and its striker Saleh Al Shehri missed a goal after receiving a pass from his Malian colleague Moussa Marega in front of the goal, but he fired the ball out of the net.
In the second half, Al-Fateh continued its distinguished performance despite the control of Al-Hilal, which did not pose a great danger to the Ukrainian goalkeeper Maxim Koval.
And at the 71st minute, Algerian Sofiane Ben Debka scored the second goal after turning his colleague Mourad Batna’s pass with a scissor ball into the net against goalkeeper Abdullah Al-Mayouf.
Al Hilal tried to return quickly and managed to score the equalizer in the 75th minute, after its French striker, Bafetimbi Gomez, took advantage of the Al-Fateh goalkeeper’s mistake by removing a ball to head it into the net.
And in the 87th minute, Moroccan Mourad Bhatna, Al-Fateh player, scored the third goal through a penalty kick caused by the player himself.
With this result, Al-Fateh’s balance rose to 16 points to advance to eighth place, and Al Hilal remained on its previous balance of 21 points, to remain in fourth place temporarily.
In Majmaah, Al-Fayhaa continued the series of wasting points after its goalless draw against its guest, Abha. Al-Fayhaa’s balance rose to 20 points to remain in the fifth place temporarily, and Abha’s balance increased to 15 points to remain in the 12th place temporarily.