3 goals scored by Al Hilal Saudi Arabia in the AFC Champions League

September 12, 2021 by archyde

Al Hilal Saudi Arabia is preparing to continue its career in the current edition of the AFC Champions League after qualifying from the group stage to the final price round.

In the round of 16 of the Asian Champions League, Al Hilal will meet Iran’s Esteghlal team, at Zabeel Stadium in the UAE’s Al Wasl Club, on Monday evening, September 13th.

Al Hilal faces several awaited challenges in the Asian Champions League, as part of its efforts to achieve its goals and regain the championship title it achieved in 2019, which are the goals that Al Ain Sports will review in the following report.

achieve duality

Al Hilal Club, crowned in the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Cup League (Saudi Professional League) season 2020-2021, seeks to achieve the Asian Champions League, in order to combine the local and continental championships.

The leader collides with the Iranian team in the price of the continental final, and Istiklal Tehran is the second most Iranian team that Al Hilal has faced throughout its history in the tournament, where he played 10 matches against him, during which he lost 5 times against 3 victories and two draws.

Single record

Al Hilal hopes to reach the maximum stage in the Asian Champions League and win the championship this year, to set the record for the most winners of the title.

Al Hilal was crowned the AFC Champions League in its old and modern versions on 3 previous occasions in 1991, 2000 and 2019, equally with the South Korean Pohang Steelers.

And if Al Hilal is able to win the AFC Champions League this season, it will be unique in the list of the most crowned in the tournament throughout its history with 4 titles.

clubs World Cup

The crowning of the AFC Champions League title ensures that Hilal will be in the Club World Cup for the second time in its history, after reaching the tournament for the first time in 2019, but was eliminated from the semi-finals by losing to Brazilian Flamengo 1-3, before being satisfied with fourth place after losing on penalties to Mexico’s Monterrey after a 2-2 draw.

Al Hilal seeks to achieve a historic achievement in the Club World Cup in light of its possession of a constellation of stars, led by the deal that grabbed a lot of attention in the Saudi street, which is the Brazilian Mateus Pereira.

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

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