Oman champions Al Arouba down LebanonEo,e1/4,aos Al Mabarrah.Byline: Times News Service(Times News Service)
MUSCAT Muscat, Maskat, or Masqat (all: mŭs`kăt, mŭs`kət), city (1993 pop. 533,774), capital of Oman, SE Arabia, on the Gulf of Oman. It is flanked by rugged mountains. Eoe1/4" After making a sorry start to their Group C AFC Cup The AFC Cup is an annual international association football competition between domestic clubs sides run by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). Qualification to the competition is to clubs from AFC-affiliated countries which fall into the AFC's 'developing nations' category as campaign last week, OmanEoe1/4aos National League champions Al Arouba struck thrice thrice
1. Three times.
2. In a threefold quantity or degree.
3. Archaic Extremely; greatly. in the final moments to blank LebanonEoe1/4aos Al Mabarrah 3-0 at the Seeb Stadium Seeb Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Seeb, Oman. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Seeb. The stadium has a capacity of 8,000 people. yesterday.
The three goals came in the final 19 minutes as the Arouba fans cheered their teamEoe1/4aos first win in the AFC (1) (Application Foundation Classes) A class library from Microsoft that provides an application framework and graphics, graphical user interface (GUI) and multimedia routines for Java programmers. football tournament. After complexly dominating the contest, Mohammed Hamad finally opened the scoring for Al Arouba before second half substitute striker Ibrahim Abdullah scored twice in seven minutes to seal a first win following last weekEoe1/4aos defeat by KuwaitEoe1/4aos Al Arabia.
Al Arouba dominated the first half and could have taken a 12th minute but Brazilian striker Ewerson Moreira fired just wide. The home side went close again three minutes "Three Minutes" is the 46th episode of Lost. It is the twenty-second episode of the second season. The episode was directed by Stephen Williams, and written by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. It first aired on May 17, 2006 on ABC. later when Ibrahim Sabeit saw his angled shot saved by Al Mabarrah goalkeeper Hassan Bittar.
Al Arouba continued to dominate as the game progressed and had their best chance after 37 minutes when Bittar saved MoreiraEoe1/4aos free-kick.
Moreira had another chance to score just before the hour mark but shot over the crossbar before again going close as he fired straight at Bittar.
Al Arouba must have been beginning to think their dominace would not yield a breakthrough as substitute striker Yaqoob Juma headed against the post six minutes later.
But the pressure finally paid off as Hamad tried his luck from the edge of the area and even though it appeared to be a regulation save for Bittar, the ball squirmed under his body. Al Mabarrah had their only real chance of the night after 75 minutes when Ali El Atat Ali El Atat plays for the Lebanese national football team. Born on 1984-10-09 to Lebanese parents, he grew up in the suburbs of Beirut where he started playing football. had only the goalkeeper to beat before firing a shot from inside the area over the crossbar.
And Al Arouba doubled their advantage four minutes later as Hamad fed Abdullah and the replacement striker burst into the area and fired low past an exposed Bittar.
Abdullah put the game beyond doubt with four minutes remaining as he beat Al MabarrahEoe1/4aos Ismail Fadel to the ball before scoring with ease.
Suwaiq lose again
Meanwhile, at SanaEoe1/4aoa, Al Hilal got off the mark in Group B as a pair of second-half goals lifted the Yemeni side to a 2-0 victory over Al Suwaiq of Oman at the Ali Muhsen Al Muraisi Stadium yesterday.
After a scoreless opening half, Yaser Basuhai put Al Hilal ahead in the 47th minute and then won a stoppage-time penalty which was converted by Ethiopian striker Berhanu Kasim. Looking to recover from last weekEoe1/4aos opening 2-0 loss to Al ZawraEoe1/4aoa, the home side took control from the opening whistle and should have gone ahead in the 15th minute when Basuhai fired into the side netting.
Al Suwaiq got their best opening of the half in the 25th minute when Nigerian striker Ogu Chizoba shot tamely at Al Hilal goalkeeper Salem Awadh.
Al Hilal could have broken the deadlock See deadly embrace.
(parallel, programming) deadlock - A situation where two or more processes are unable to proceed because each is waiting for one of the others to do something. just before the break but Kasim saw his header well stopped by goalkeeper Anwar Al Alawi. The home side began brightly in the second half and were rewarded just two minutes after the break when Congolese striker Ndombe Papy surged into the Al Suwaiq box from the left only to see his shot stopped by Al Alawi.
However, the rebound fell nicely for the lurking See lurk.
(messaging, jargon) lurking - The activity of one of the "silent majority" in a electronic forum such as Usenet; posting occasionally or not at all but reading the group's postings regularly. Basuhai who had the simple task of tucking the ball into the empty net. The home side nearly extended their advantage as Kasim fired a free kick wide in the 58th minute. Al Suwaiq went close to forcing an equaliser with 14 minutes remaining when Emanuel Mendes tried his luck from the edge of the area only to see his powerful shot come back off the crossbar.
Al Hilal sealed the win in the second minute of stoppage time stoppage time
Chiefly Brit same as injury time when Basuhai was fouled in the box by Al Alawi and Kasim made no mistake, sending the ball into the top left corner.
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