Al-Duhail, a club from Qatar, has qualified for the quarter-finals as the first team. After defeating Al-Rayyan, a club from the same nation by penalties shoot-out with a score of 7-6 after a tied in 120 minutes, 1-1 in the AFC Champions League 2022 round of 16 (West zone) at Al-Thumama Stadium, Doha.
In this game, it is on the side of Al-Duhail, who has made an invasion game to greet first, and in the 25th minute, Duhail has a chance to win from the moment Almoz Ali opens for Michael Olunga had a close header at the second post, but the ball was out of range.
In the first half, both teams still didn’t have much chance to win. The first half ended with both teams tied at 0-0.
Arrived in the second half Still on Al-Duhail’s side Who has continuously invaded in the 58th minute from the moment Almoez Ali Cross changed the axis for Edmilson Jr. to shoot into the second post in a beautiful way But the referee checks VAR for offside. So don’t let the door
At the end of the game, in the 86th minute, Al-Duhail almost scored a goal from the moment Nam Tae-Hee shot in the penalty area in front of the goal. But the ball fell off the first post, unfortunately.
The game pretends to end in a draw. But in injury time, in the 90+4th minute, Al-Duhail almost got the winning goal. From a fast counter-attack and Nam Tae-Hee passing into the middle for Michael Olunga to shoot, but the assistant referee raised the flag to be offside.
And in the 90+10th minute, Duhail almost got another winning goal from the moment Almoez Ali opened the ball into the penalty area and Ivanildo, Al-Rayyan’s goalkeeper, slipped first. At Shogo Taniguchi, the defensive line, his teammates fell down and used their legs to lock the ball to help. before grabbing the ball
The rest of the time, there are no additional goals. At the end of 90 minutes, both teams are tied at 0-0. Extra time must be added for another 30 minutes to find a winner.
In the 101st minute of extra time, Al-Duhail almost took the lead when Edmilson Jr. shot into the open area of the box, but the assistant referee raised the flag. advance
But in the 107th minute from the moment Al-Duhail The game opened up and Edmilson Jr. gave it to Mohammed Muntari to head in. Al-Duhail took the lead 1-0.
But in the injury time, 120+3rd minutes from the moment that Al-Rayyan counterattacked from within his own area and Yohan Boli headed for Stephen Nzonzi to shoot into Al-Rayyan, following the equalizer to 1-1.
After that, there were no additional goals at the end of the 120-minute game, both teams tied at 1-1 and had to shoot out on penalties to decide the winner.
During the first 5 penalty shoot-outs, both teams scored all of them. Caused to decide during Sudden Death before Mouafuk Awad, the 7th player of Al-Rayyan shot but was denied make Al-Duhail was able to win during the penalty shoot-out with a score of 7-6, advancing to the quarter-final.
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