‘Jang Hyun-soo full-time’ Al-Hilal defeats African champion Widard… Club World Cup semifinals

Asian club champion Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia) defeated African champion Widad AC (Morocco) in the FIFA Club World Cup.

Al-Hilal won 5-3 in a penalty shoot-out after drawing 1-1 in the 120th minute against Widad in the second round of the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup held at the Prince Moulay Abdallah Stadium in Rabat, Morocco on the 4th.

Jang Hyun-soo started as a center back and played full-time to help the team win.

In the 7th minute of the second half, Widard scored first. A corner kick from midfielder Jalal Daudi was finished with a header by right fullback Ayub El Amrud.

Al-Hilal scored a dramatic equalizer at the end of the second half. In the 45th minute of the second half, a cross from Al-Hilal full-back Saud Abdulhamid into the penalty box hit Widad’s left full-back Yahya Atiyat Allah in the arm, resulting in a penalty kick. Mohamed Canno took the kicker and calmly shook the net.

The two teams, which entered overtime at 1-1, fought 10-10 in the early stages of overtime. Earlier, in the process of protesting the penalty kick declaration, Withad’s Yahya Jabran was sent off for accumulated yellow cards. Al-Hilal’s Kanno also received a yellow card, and in the 4th minute of the first half of extra time, he shoved an opponent and was cautioned once more and withdrew. 바카라

The two teams went into a penalty shootout with the game tied even in overtime. Widad’s No. 2 kicker, Atiyat Allah, missed, and Al-Hilal took the victory as all kickers succeeded in scoring.

Al-Hilal, who advanced to the semifinals, will face South American champion Flamengo (Brazil) on the 8th.

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