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Lebanese Players Abroad: January 2021, Week 4

credits to Abdullah Al Ansari

I-League, India (Rounds 4 and 5)

Hamza Kheir – Churchill Brothers

[Sudeva Delhi 0-2 Churchill Brothers]
[Churchill Brothers 1-1 Trau FC]

On Monday, Hamza Kheir and Churchill Brothers won a precious a 2-0 win against Sudeva Delhi FC. On Friday, the leader of the I-League drew 1-1 with Trau FC.

National League, England (tier 5 – Rounds 21 and 22)

Omar Bugiel Chaaban – Sutton United

[Torqay United 0-0 Sutton United]
[Hartlepool United 2-0 Sutton United]

Torqay United played with 10 players more than 40 minutes. But Omar Bugiel and Sutton United weren’t able to beat the leaders. On Saturday, they lost against a contender for the Playoffs.

1.HNL, Croatia (tier 1 – Round 9)

Bassel Jradi – HNK Hajduk Split

[GNK Dinamo Zagreb 3-1 HNK Hajduk Split]

Croatian Derby was played this Wednesday. Bassel Jradi played only the first half.

Bahrain Premier League, Bahrain (tier 1 – Round 8)

Yahya El Hindi – Budaiya

[Budaiya 1-2 Al Hidd]

Jad Noureddine – Al Ahli

[Al Ahli 1-0 Muharraq]

Yahya El Hindi and Jad Noureddine faced respectively Al Hidd and Muharraq, two clubs that will compete in the 2021 AFC Cup. Muharraq have been draw in the same group alongside Ansar.

Yahya El Hindi commented on the defeat. “Unlucky with the result last night but we keep fighting and focus on next week”. Budaiya are still ranked 5th.

Meanwhile Al Ahli won their second game of the season and they are now out of the relegation zone.
Jad Noureddine: “Keep moving forward”.

Kuwait Premier League, Kuwait (tier 1 – Championship Group Round 2)

Kassem Zein – Al Nasr

[Al Nasr 1-0 Al Qadsia]

The best 10 teams of the regular season qualified for the Championship Group.

Al Nasr won their second win a row. They are now the leaders with 6 points.

And no surprise here by saying that Kassem Zein helped his team to secure a new cleansheet.


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