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Al-Nasr stumble as Al-Wahda stun Al-Ahli



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Al-Wahda players

Al-Nasr held 0-0 with the hosts, Al-Fateh in the second day of the matchday 15, the last matchday of the first half of the season.
In the same context, Al-Shabab contiuned winning run, by beating Al-Hazm 3-1, while Al-Wahda won at home 2-1 against Al-Ahli.
At Prince Abdullah bin Jalawi Sports City Stadium, in Al Ahsa, Al-Fateh secured a point against the second Al-Nasr, to slump the Riyadh team from chasing down the leaders Al-Hilal.
Al-Nasr played with 10 men after the Peruvian defender Ramos was sent off, nine minutes after the start of the second half, before Abdelkader Oueslati missed a penalty for the hosts in injury time.
Al-Fateh reached their total up to 19 points in the seventh place, on the other side Al-Nasr remained second with 33 points.
At King Abdullah Sport City Stadium, Al-Hazm lost 3-1 at home to Al-Shabab.
Arthur Caique opened the score for Al-Shabab after 7 minutes, before Valerica Gaman doubled the lead in the 22nd minute with a header, then Al-Hazm closed the gap by scoring a consulate goal by Fagner Daponte in the 27th minute by another header.
Wergiton Somalia secured Al-Shabab win with a third goal 20 minutes before the final whistle.
Al-Shabab increased their account to 29 points in the third place, while Al-Hazm remained in the 13th spot with 14 points.
In Mecca, the hosts, Al-Wahda clinched a hard-fought win 2-1 over Al-Ahli, at King Abdul Aziz Sport City Stadium.
Romulo Otero broke the deadlock for Al-Wahda just five minutes from the start, then Al-Ahli scored a late penalty by Omar El-Somah in the 94th minute, before a last gasp goal in the 99th minute by Marcos Guilherme decided the game in the favor of Al-Wahda.
Al-Wahda sit sixth with 24 points on goal difference behind the fifth Al-Ahli.