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The 2021-2022 season Ooredoo Cup Round 2 matches, played on 5th and 6th October, 2021, witnessed action galore.

Two of the four matches (two each in Groups A and B) ended in draws. Al Shamal defeated Al Wakrah 2-1 and Al Ahli beat Al Rayyan 2-0, while Al Khor drew 0-0 with Al Arabi and Al Gharafa played out a 1-1 draw with Qatar SC.

Al Rayyan (Group A) and Al Gharafa (Group B) played their first matches in the tournament, while Umm Salal and Al Sailiya were not in action in Group A and B respectively this time around.

A total of seven goals were scored in Round 2. Third-round matches are scheduled for 10th and 11th October.


Al Khor drew Al Arabi 0-0

Al Shamal bt Al Wakrah         2-1

Al Gharafa drew Qatar SC     1-1

Al Ahli bt Al Rayyan     2-0

Al Khor and Al Arabi played out a goalless draw in the round’s first match (Group B) at the Qatar SC Stadium on Tuesday.

Al Khor and Al Arabi are placed fifth and second in the group with one and two points respectively.

Al Khor made more attacks in the first half, whereas Al Arabi were more in the game in second half, especially in the closing minutes, but a goal was missing and the verdict was a stalemate.

The result left both teams still searching for their first victory.

Al Shamal continued their good form by defeating Al Wakrah 2-1 (Group A) at the Qatar SC Stadium on Tuesday.

Mohammed El Sayed (38th minute) and Fahad Waad (81st minute) scored for Al Shamal either side of Al Wakrah’s goal through Ismail Mahmoud (63rd minute).

Chances and possession were almost equal in the first half even though Al Shamal were able to take the lead.

Changing ends, the action became more fast-paced and Al Wakrah were more determined of the lot. However, Al Shamal had the last laugh.

Al Shamal (second in the group) moved to four points and Al Wakrah remained on three points to be placed third.

Al Gharafa and Qatar SC were locked in a thrilling 1-1 tie (Group B) at the Qatar SC Stadium on Wednesday.

Malian striker Cheick Diabate (23rd minute) scored for Al Gharafa, while Abdulaziz Adel (79th minute) gave Qatar SC’s reply.

Both teams fought hard and, at the end of it, had to split points.

Despite the draw, Qatar SC are leading the group standings with four points. Al Gharafa have one point and are placed fourth.

Al Ahli continued their good form by recording a commanding 2-0 victory over Al Rayyan (Group A) with goals from ­ Mouz Gadelseed (12th minute) and Patrick Eze (57th minute) powered Al Ahli to win at the Al Wakrah Stadium on Wednesday.

Al Rayyan tried to make a comeback in the second half, but Al Ahli succeeded in scoring their second goal and seal the match in their favour.

Al Ahli have four points now and are leading the group with four points. Al Rayyan are in fourth position and have yet to open their account.

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