The star of Saudi first team football club Al-Hilal made a promise to her Japanese counterpart Urawa Red Diamonds ahead of the upcoming match between the two teams in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final.
The Saudi Arabian leader is looking forward to a fiery rendezvous with the Japanese team tomorrow, Saturday, at the Saitama 2002 Stadium in Japan at 12 noon Cairo and Meccan-al-Mukarram time.
Two teams put themselves in a difficult situation after the first match between the two teams ended in a positive draw with a goal for each of them, in the first leg of the final AFC Champions Leagueat the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
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During a press conference before tomorrow’s match, first team defender Ali Al Bulaikhi commented on the events of his team’s meeting with the Japanese team.
Ali Al-Bulayi said: “We will erase the image in which we appeared back and forth, and tomorrow we will please our fans.”
He added: “We are very confident in ourselves and God willing, we will make you happy. We came to Japan to win the title. Their target was a mistake on our part, but I hate every recent incident.”
And he continued his speech by saying: “Tomorrow every incident has a hadeeth. We’ve been preparing for a whole week and I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s match.”
He concluded, “I am looking forward to the finale with great enthusiasm. Tomorrow we will be crowned in Saitama.”
Saudi leaders led by Argentine coach Ramon Diaz are aiming to win the fifth AFC Champions League title in the club’s history and as such the task for the Saudi team will be a tough one but everyone is confident in their ability to break the barrier of the Japanese Urawa Red Diamonds.