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Friday, November 6, 2009

Ramzi nets four as Wakrah thump Shamal

Former Moroccan international Adil Ramzi scored four goals as he led Al Wakrah to an emphatic 7-0 win over Al Shamal in the seventh round of Qatar Stars League.

Newly promoted Al Shamal stayed bottom of the table with three points after suffering their fourth straight loss and surely their Brazilian coach Robertinho is feeling the heat.

Ramzi opened the score in the 8th minute after benefiting from Shamal's Adel Darwish defensive blunder. He then added a second form the penalty spot in the 22nd minute.

Another Moroccan, Younis Al Hawassi headed in the third goal four minutes later after a fine cross from Mohamed Al Sulaiti.

Shamal's defense totally collapsed in the second half and Al Hawassi scored his second goal of the night in the 63rd minute, before Ramzi completed his hat-trick with another free header.

To make matters worse Darwish scored an own goal in the 79th minute when he turned in Al Khater's low cross.

In injury time Ramzi rubbed salt into the wound by scoring the last goal of the night with a perfect volley over the advancing goalkeeper.

Historic win for Al Sailiyah


A single goal from Ismail Ali was enough to give Al Sailiyah a valuable 1-0 win over Qatar sc in round seven of the Qatar Stars League.

It was Sailiyah's first ever win over Qatar sc since their first appearance at the Premier division in 2003.

Qatar sc played with ten minute for most of the game after their Moroccan defender Youssef Safri was sent off in the 36th minute.

The only goal of the game came thirteen minutes from time when Qatari international Waheed Mohamed sent a perfect long ball from near the half line to the advancing full back Ismail Ali who met it with a strong left foot shot past the goalkeeper Mohamed Mubarak.

"An important win, we were able to get back on our feet after our heavy defeat against Wakrah last week, I congratulate my players although they made many mistakes during the match" Bosnian Coach Džemal Hadžiabdić (Sailiyah) said after the match.

On the other hand Brazilian coach Sebastian Lazaroni (Qatar sc) said that his team played well, but the absence of his top scorer Sebastian Soria and the early red card for Safri played a huge part in the match's outcome.


Watch the goal of the match at Al Dawri & Al Kass Channel

http://www.alkass.net/dev/zee/video_view.aspx?vidid=1292