Young | Pictures show youth sweeping the Gulf and falling from the Roshen League’s summit.

Young | Due to its resounding 4-0 victory against its Gulf visitor this evening, Saturday, at Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium in Malaz as part of the eighth round of the league, Al-Shabab has risen to the top of the Saudi Roshan League.

Carlos Junior scored for the Brazilian young quartet in the second minute, followed by Cristian Guanca from Argentina in the 59th, Aaron Salem Bubandza from Gabon in the 86th, and Abdo Jaber in the 90+3 minute.

Al Khaleej’s score in fourteenth position fell to four points as Al Shabab increased their score at the top of the Saudi Roshan League to 22 points, 5 points behind Al Hilal.

first half of

Al Shabab came out swinging in the game and scored thanks to a ball from Carlos Junior to Mina, who fired to the right of the Gulf goalie.

Abdullah Al-Shanqiti came close to tying the score for Al-Khaleej with a header, but Al-Shabab goalkeeper Kim Seong deflected it for a corner kick.

Carlos Junior launched a shot that passed close to the left post following a lovely young phrase that was punctuated by a cross from Santi Mina.

Hassan Al-header Mujahid’s presented a risky opportunity for Al-Khaleej, but Kim stood out and deflected it away, and the first half concluded with Al-Shabab ahead (1-0).

the second period

had a calm beginning, as Al Shabab attempted to breach Gulf fortifications while the latter attempted to capitalise on swift counterattacks.

Cristian Guanca received a pass from Junior, faced the Gulf goalie, and neatly placed the ball in the goal to score the second goal.

In the penalty area, Carlos Junior received a pass from Aaron Bubendza as he ran, and Junior fired clumsily away from the target.

The young coach Moreno chose to part ways with the pair. Nawaf Al-Abed, Hattan Bahbri, Christian Guanca, Carlos Junior, and Carlos Junior were involved.

The goalie for Al Shabab superbly deflected Boko’s rocket strike, which the Al Leith defence subsequently deflected for a corner kick.

After a pass from Fahd Al-Muwallad and an excellent effort from the Gabonese international that found the back of the net, Aaron Salem Bubindza scored the third goal.

Muhammad Khabrani’s obstruction earned substitute Ahmed Abdo a penalty kick, which he took but missed the right post.

The fourth goal was scored by Ahmed Abdo, and the referee confirmed it after switching back to the mouse technique, giving the youngster a clean four to win the game.

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