Al Hilal defeats Urawa Red Devils, qualifies to Club World Cup


Mon, 25 Nov 2019 - 12:42 GMT

Al Hilal players celebrate winning the title - FILE

Al Hilal players celebrate winning the title - FILE

Winning the AFC Champions League is no longer tough. Al Hilal is the third AFC Champions League champion after beating Urawa Red Devils 3-0 on aggregate.

Al Hilal defeated Urawa Red 2-0 at Saitama Stadium in Japan in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final.

Salim Al Dosari scored the first goal in the 75th minute with a touch of goal after Giovinco's cross, while Gomes added the second goal in injury time.

Razvan Lucescu started the meeting with the presence of Pavitembe Gomes in the attack of Al Hilal, and behind him Sebastian Giovinci.

Al Hilal, taking on clear loopholes, won 2-0 at home to win the AFC Champions League after losing the final two in 2014 to Sydney and the second in 2016 against Urawa itself.

Al Ahly presented an excellent match and beat Urawa back and forth, the first defeat of any Japanese team in the Asian Championship final and qualifying for the Club World Cup.



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