Jordan, Who had Drawn with Korea, Won a Comeback Against Iraq

Asian Cup Jordan, Who had Drawn with Korea, Won a Comeback Against Iraq… Join the Quarterfinals

Sixth goal’ Iraq Hussein was sent off due to celebration after scoring… Jordan scores 2 goals in extra time

Jordan, who drew with Korea in the group stage of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup,

advanced to the quarterfinals with a stunning performance against Iraq in the round of 16. 카지노사이트

The team Jordan, ranked 87th in the FIFA rankings, advanced to the quarterfinals by beating Iraq (63rd in FIFA rankings) 3-2 in the round of 16 of the tournament held at the Khalifa International Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar on the 29th (Korean time).


The Jordan, who was ranked 3rd in Group E with 1 win, 1 draw, and 1 loss,

including a 2-2 draw in the second match of the group stage of this tournament with Korea,

secured a spot in the round of 16, and has reached the quarterfinals (2004, 2011) and the quarterfinals (2004, 2011),

the country’s best Asian Cup record. shoulder to shoulder.

Jordan will clash with Tajikistan, the ‘storm team’ that defeated the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the round of 16, in the quarterfinals on the 2nd of next month.

Iraq, the winner of the 2007 Asian Cup, passed the group stage by taking first place with all three wins,

including defeating Japan in Group D of this tournament,

but suffered defeat in the round of 16 following the previous tournament in 2019.

In extra time in the first half, Jordan took advantage of an opponent’s passing mistake to score the first goal.

The Match

Near the halfway line, Jordan’s Yazan Al-Naimat cut off an opposing defender’s side pass,

ran straight to the penalty area, faced the goalkeeper, and opened the goal with a right-footed chip shot.

Alnaimat, who scored in extra time in the first half of the group match against Korea when the team was tied 0-2, scored his second goal of the tournament.

Iraq, which continued its offensive in waves in the second half with the change of replacing midfielder Osama Rashid and inserting striker Mohanad Ali,

successfully counterattacked in the 23rd minute of the second half.

In a corner kick situation, Saad Natik received Al Jassim’s cross with his head,

it bounced exquisitely between the Jordan goalkeeper and the defense in front of the goal and went into the goal.

Then, in the 31st minute of the second half, the tournament’s leading scorer,

Ayman Hussein, scored his 6th goal and Iraq turned the tide.

However, after Hussein celebrated his goal,

he received a yellow card and was sent off due to accumulated warnings,

which became a variable that shook the game.

The AFC match broadcast site said that Hussein received a second warning for ‘excessive celebration’.

Iraq, which was barely able to hold on despite being outnumbered thanks to goalkeeper Jalal Hassan’s ‘saving show’,

eventually collapsed after scoring consecutive goals in extra time in the second half. 메이저사이트 백링크

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