The United Arab Emirates soccer team will play its decisive match against South Korea in the 10th round of the Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, tomorrow, Tuesday, at the Al Maktoum stadium of the Al Nasr Club.
Al-Abyad will have no choice but to win to maintain third place in the first group, if they qualify for the play-off match against Australia, who have the same position in the second group of the Asian qualifiers and qualified for the playoff game.
The UAE national team enters the match carrying the compensation slogan after the defeat in the ninth day match against the Iraqi national team with a free goal during the match that was played last week at the King Fahd Stadium in the Saudi capital , Riyadh.
The UAE team continues with its daily training in the subfield of the Al Nasr Club’s Al Maktoum Stadium, in order to continue the path and make up for the last time in the last casual match.
The UAE team has played 9 games in the first group so far in the last qualifiers, winning two games, drawing 3 and losing 4 games, to be in third place so far with 9 points, behind South Korea. South, leader with 23 points. , and Iran in second place with 22 points, which determined their qualification for the World Cup.
The national team players confirmed that winning is the watchword for Tuesday’s match to continue the qualification process Ali Saleh, our national team player, said: “We made it difficult for ourselves in the last round, but we have enough confidence to achieve the desired aspirations, and we are waiting for the support of the fans in the decisive confrontation against South Korea”.
He added: “The opportunity is still in our hands, and we will not waste it, and we promise to give our best in the decisive showdown on Tuesday, and reserve our place in the Asian repechage, without waiting for the results.” of the competing teams.
For his part, Khaled Issa, goalkeeper of Al-Abyad, appealed to the fans of the UAE team to continue supporting the team in its decisive and fateful match against South Korea.
Khaled Issa said: “We are fully aware of the blasphemy of the fans against the team, but the current moment is for support and support, and we are confident in the continuation of the strong posture behind the team, and we strive on our side to provide everything We have to continue the qualifying journey by qualifying for the Asian playoffs.”