The Jeddah Union player has commented on the scandalous incident in which he was accused of spitting at a Saudi Al-Hilal player in a match that brought the two teams together last Tuesday evening.
Al-Amid was trapped in a 2-2 draw with Al-Hilal after failing to score the entire match and settling for one point in the Saudi Roshen League 27th round matches. .
Dean tops the rankings Saudi League Roshan Among the professionals with 63 points, Al-Nasr, the second-placed team, is 3 points behind, while Al-Hilal is in fourth place with 50 points.
Jeddah Union player commented on the fact that he was accused of spitting on the Al-Hilal star
Al Amid defender Ahmed Sharahili responded to his accusation of spitting on Brazilian Michael Delgado, Al Hilal’s midfielder, after the two teams’ match ended last night.
Cameras followed Ahmed Sharahili attacking the Al Hilal player after the end of the match, with the leader’s fans sparking controversy by claiming he spat at Delgado and also demanded that he be punished.
Shraheeli wrote via his personal Instagram account rebutting the accusation against him, saying: “I never spit and God is enough for me for those who wronged me.”
According to Al-Riyadiya newspaper sources, who confirmed that the match referee’s report does not record any events that took place between the Brazilian Michel Delgado, the Al-Hilal player, and Ahmed Sharahili.