Players of Shabab Al Ahli and Al Wasl in action during the first leg of their Arabian Gulf Cup semi-final.
In what will be the first title of the current UAE soccer season that’s up for grabs, 2018-19 Arabian Gulf League champions Sharjah will clash with UAE President’s Cup title holders Shabab Al Ahli for the much-coveted Arabian Gulf Super Cup to be played
Shabab Al Ahli were crowned Arabian Gulf Cup champions for the fifth time after beating Al Nasr 5-4 on penalties at Sharjah Stadium on Friday night, in a match that was marked by a special atmosphere and held under the slogan “Year of the 50th Cup Final” in celebration
All eyes will be on Sharjah Stadium when Shabab Al Ahli take on Al Nasr on Friday in a much-anticipated Arabian Gulf Cup final, which will be held under the slogan ‘Year of the 50th Cup Final’ in celebration of the UAE’s Golden Jubilee.
Ittihad Kalba coach Jorge Da Silva is relishing the prospect of booking their berth in the final of the Arabian Gulf Cup (AGC) with a victory over Al Nasr and making history on Tuesday. In the other semi-final, Mahdi Ali’s Shabab Al Ahli will also look to
The championship will take place in Turkmenistan from October 11–17 and is organised by the UAE Embassy in Turkmenistan, featuring 105 male and female players from teams.
Khorloodoi claimed silver in the women’s 52kg category while Bayanmunkh grabbed bronze in the men’s 66kg category on the opening day of the judo competition.
Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill hit attacking centuries to help India thrash Australia by 99 runs in a rain-hit one-day international on Sunday to clinch the series 2-0.