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SPL: Al Hilal Keep It Late Against Al Fateh As Shabab Shock Al Ittihad In Jeddah

Written By Jacobs Dunga

The leaders extended their lead at the top of the table to twelve points.

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Al Hilal opened a twelve point lead at the top of the table thanks to a 3-1 comeback win over Al Fateh.


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The record champions who’re unbeaten in the SPL this term kept their record intact with yet another victory.

Goals from Michael, Ruben Neves and Al Al Boleahi all in the second half cancelled out Lucas Zelarayan’s opener.

With six games left before the end of the campaign, Jorge Jesus and his team have a twelve point advantage over Al Nassr who sit second on the log.

The Blues had to put the disappointment of the Champions League elimination behind them to grind out victory over Al Fateh.

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Al Ittihad continue to struggle for form under Marcelo Gallardo with yet another defeat at home.

The defending champions are having a dismal season by their ranks and Friday night’s defeat only added to their woes.

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Having gone behind to a Habib Diallo goal, Abdurazzak Hamdallah came off the bench to level scores in the encounter between the two strugglers.

However, Carlos Carvalho and Musab Al Juwayr scored late on to condemn the Tigers to hero second successive home loss.

Elsewhere, Al Taawoun moved to fourth on the log thanks to their late 1-0 victory against Damac Club.

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