Media Khaled Al-Badr made statements that Al-Hilal could survive the crisis due to the decline in the team’s level in the Saudi Roshen League, after returning from the championship of the Asian continent.
The blue leader was able to defeat historic number Al Duhail, winning by a clean score of seven, to reach the AFC Champions League final to face Japan’s Urawah Reds, who advanced to the final from the East Asian region.
Al-Zaim scored five goals in the first half, making him the first team to score 5 goals in the first half of the Asian Championship playoffs.
It also became the first team to score 7 goals in a semi-final match of the same tournament.
Match date for Al-Hilal and Urawa in the AFC Champions League final
The Saudi team is gearing up to take on Japan’s Urawa Diamonds in two final matches (home and away) with the first match scheduled for April 29 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The second match (second leg) will take place on May 6 in Japan.
Renowned Journalist Predicts Al-Hilal’s Decline in Saudi Roshen League!
Journalist Khaled Al-Badr praised the outstanding level with which Al-Hilal performed in the qualifying rounds of the AFC Champions League and reached the final of the championship for the second time in a row.
And during TV appearances yesterday, Sunday, Al-Badr predicted that the blue team would return to their string of negative results that they had before traveling to Morocco and participating in the Club World Cup final.
And stressed that the leader has become a big burden on the strength level of the competition in the Saudi Roshen League, in terms of the strength of the clubs he will face, in relation to the pressure of the matches and the delays that fall on him.
It is worth noting that Blue Leader is fourth in the local competition rankings, 11 points away from the lead win, and has 3 rescheduled matches left.
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