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Arabian Gulf League round-up: Omar Abdulrahman the supplier in Al Ain win, Al Ahli keep title race alive

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AL SHABAB RESCUE A POINT

A late Tomas de Vicente equaliser salvaged a draw for Al Shabab against Dibba at Fujairah Stadium in round 20 of the Arabian Gulf League.

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Al Shabab defender Marwan Mohamed inadvertently bundled the ball into his own net in the 32nd minute to put Dibba ahead.

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However, de Vicente broke the hosts' hearts late on as he pounced on the loose ball and drilled a low effort into the bottom corner to make it 1-1 at full-time.

AL AIN SECURE WIN

Al Ain recorded a convincing 2-0 win over Hatta at Hazza bin Zayed Stadium.

In the 27th minute, Omar Abdulrahman found Danilo Asprilla inside Hatta penalty box who turned two defenders and finishing strongly into the roof of the net.

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Abdulrahman then played a perfect throughball to Ibrahim Diaky who got the better of goalkeeper Obid Raihan in a one-on-one scenario to make it 2-0.

AL AIN KEEP PRESSURE ON LEAGUE LEADERS

Goals from Salmin Khamis and Everton Ribeiro gave Al Ahli a crucial 2-1 victory over top of the table Al Jazira at Rashid Stadium.

The game came to life in the second half as Ali Mabkhout seemed to have missed a golden opportunity to put Al Jazira ahead when he saw his penalty saved by Majed Naser in the 68th minute. However, the team's top goalscorer reacted first to the rebound and slammed it into the net.

Al Ahli looked to respond and just seven minutes later they were level as a Khamis Ismaeel free-kick crashed off the crossbar but was then headed in by Salmin Khamis to bring the hosts level.

A scuffed effort from Asamoah Gyan fell kindly into the path of Ribeiro who finished from close-range, registering an important 2-1 victory to keep their title hopes alive.

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