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Al-Hilal secures 27th consecutive win in Saudi Pro League, extends lead

Posted : 11 March 2024

Al-Hilal extended their lead in the Saudi Pro League with a comeback 3-1 victory against Al-Riyadh, securing their 27th consecutive win in all competitions. Despite an own goal by Ali Al-Bulayhi giving Al-Riyadh the lead, a Ruben Neves penalty leveled the scores, and goals from Michael and Aleksandar Mitrovic sealed the three points for Al-Hilal. This win propelled them 12 points clear at the top, while second-placed Al-Nassr slipped further behind following a 3-1 loss to Al-Raed.


Shanghai Shenhua continued their strong start in the Chinese Super League with a 2-0 victory over Qingdao West Coast, securing their second win in a row. Cephas Malele and Andre Luis scored in the first half to maintain Shanghai Shenhua's momentum. Meanwhile, defending champions Shanghai Port were held to a 0-0 draw by Zhejiang FC, leaving five teams, including Shanghai Shenhua, on four points in the league.


In Japan, Sanfrecce Hiroshima moved into pole position on goal difference after a convincing 4-0 win over Sagan Tosu. Tsukasa Shiotani and Takumu Kawamura provided a two-goal lead at halftime, followed by a penalty from Pieros Sotiriou and a late goal from Shuto Nakano. Machida Zelvia secured a surprise 1-0 victory against Kashima Antlers, while Kashiwa Reysol won 1-0 against Jubilo Iwata with Taiyo Koga finding the target.


In the A-League, Central Coast Mariners claimed the top spot with a 3-0 victory over Macarthur FC, capitalizing on Wellington Phoenix's 1-0 defeat by Melbourne City. Josh Nisbet, Ronald Barcellos, and Ryan Edmondson scored for Central Coast Mariners, pushing them ahead of Wellington in the standings.


In the K League, defending champions Ulsan Hyundai and Gwangju FC maintained their unbeaten starts with wins. Ulsan secured a 3-2 victory against Gimcheon Sangmu, with Lee Dong-gyeong scoring twice. Gwangju FC won a 4-2 battle against Gangwon FC, with Gabriel Tigrao netting twice, and Choi Kyoung-rok's 98th-minute penalty sealing the win. Both teams remain perfect in the league.


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