El Shahat Scored His First “Hat-Trick”.. The Boss Moves Back into Top Spot by Seven Goals in Ajman


The “Boss” sealed the top spot of the Arabian Gulf League by thrashing Ajman team by massive result of 7-0 in matchweek 15 held on Saturday 4th February at Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium.

Impressively, the “Boss” ended the first half taking the lead by unbeatable 4-0. Al Ain goals held the signature of Hussain El Shahat, hat-trick “8-25-82”, Marcus Berg “14”, Caio Lucas “30”, Rayyan Yaslam “51” and Ahmed Khalil “77”.

This triumph sees Al Ain moves back into first place with 35 points. Ajman, on the other hand, drop down a place to sixth with 19 points.

Strong desire

The “Boss” stars expressed their robust desire to move back into the top spot of the Arab Gulf League as of the kickoff whistle by exerting high pressure on Ajman team launching nonstop attacks from depth and flanks until the 8th minute when the team took the lead when the man of the match, Egypt’s Hussein El Shahat, fired a powerful rocket ball that was deflected by Ajman’s defender and deceived the goalkeeper prior settling in the far corner of the three posts.

Sweden’s international striker Marcus Berg managed to boost his team’s lead when he scored the “Boss’” second goal. The Brazilian winger received the ball in the just outside Ajman’s area before evading a few players to send in a curved cross to Berg, who headed the ball into the far corner “14”.

The “Boss” continued their dominance of the match and succeeded in translating this by scoring a third goal held the signature of Egypt’s star Hussein El Shahat to be his second personal goal and the third for his tea. A one-two with Rayan Yaslam set him through on goal to finish past Ajman’s goalkeeper and quietly sent it to his right hand “25”.

Caio Lucas refused to end the first half without translating his team’s dominance and stardom over its turf when he received Tsukasa Shiotani’s stunning pass from outside the area to send it powerfully to the far corner adding Al Ain’s 4th goal “30”.

The two teams break and the result board showing 4-0 result in favor of the home team.

Ryan Yaslam added his team’s 5th goal in this confrontation after receiving a successful high-caliber pass from Hussein El Shahat who broke through Ajman’s defense before passing the ball Rayan who firmly and professionally send it directly into the far difficult corner of the goalkeeper of Ajman “51”.

The substitute Ahmed Khalil who paid tribute to his coach in his own way by scoring the 6th goal after receiving a fantastic ground cross from Hussein El Shahat who found a perfect position on the right side. Khalil calmly put the ball in the net by his right foot “77”.
El Shahat insisted sign on Al Ain’s 7th goal and his personal hat-trick against Ajman after the substitute Ibrahim Diaky sent him a brilliant pass to found himself face to face with goalkeeper and sent it directly into the back net “82”.

Al Ain: 7

Goals: Hussein El Shahat “8-25-82”- Marcus Berg “14”- Caio Lucas “30”- Rayan Yaslam “51” and Ahmed Khalil “77”.
Starting Line-up: Khalid Issa- Tsukasa Shiotani- Mohannad Salem Al Enezi- Ismael Ahmad- Bandar Al Ahbabi- Ahmed Barman- Mohammed Abdul Rahman- Ryan Yaslam- Hussein El Shahat- Caio Lucas- Marcos Berg
Substitutions: Mohammed Ahmed substituted Bender Al Ahbabi “46”- Ahmed Khalil substituted Ahmed Barman “65”- Ibrahim Diaky substituted Caio Lucas “72”.
Yellow Cards: Mohamed Abdul Rahman “85”.
Red Cards: None.

Ajman: 0

Goals: 0
Starting Line-up: Hamad Khaled Ali- Mohamed Yaqoub- Mohamed Sabil- Mohamed Hilal- Modibo Maiga- Bakari Kony- Edelson de Mello- Abdullah Mallallah Salem- Walid Abdullah- Hasan Zahran- Aziz Beik Haidrove.
Substitutions: Mohammed Ahmed substituted Mohammed Hilal “25”- Saud Suhail substituted Mohammed Yaqoub “81”- Rashed Mallallah substituted Adelson de Mello “71”.
Yellow Cards: Mohammed Ahmed “59”- Hassan Zahran “73”.
Red Cards: None.

The match was managed by Sultan Mohammed Saleh assisted by Hasan Al Mehri, “First Assistant”, Qais Al Khudiam, “Second Assistant”, Zayed Al Oulaqi, “Fourth Official” and Ali Hamad, “Referees’ Assessor” and Fahad Al Hosani as “Referees’ Commissioner”.

Fans: 4322
The confrontation was attended by 4322 fans to support the two teams from the stands of Hazza bin Zayed Stadium.