Journalist Nasravi responded to rumors that he missed Al-Nasr’s match against fellow Al-Thai, who unified the two teams in the Saudi Pro League Roshen competition this season.
Al-Asfar’s match was held against its counterpart Al-Thai last Tuesday evening and ended with Al-Alami’s victory with two unanswered goals in the 27th round of the Saudi League Roshan tournament.
Since then, many allegations have been made against the Al Tayeh club for missing the match in favor of Al Alami, which caused controversy on the Saudi Arabian sports street, and demanded deterrent penalties for the two teams to prove the incident. .
With this result, Asfar Riyadh raised its score to 60 points, remaining in second place in the rating table. Saudi League Roshan3 points ahead of the leader Al-Ittihad.
Al-Nasr responds to rumors about missing the match with Al-Thai
Sports journalist Saleh Al-Fuhaid said that Al-Thayeh’s administration had set the task on the legal side, monitoring all tweets that spread rumors about missing the match.
Through his official Twitter microblog account, Al-Fuhaid said that the legal department of the Al-Tayeh club had filed complaints against the initiators of the charges, indicating that they would face deterrent sanctions.
In the same context, sports journalist Abdulaziz Al-Muraisel, who is close to Al-Alami Castle, denied the accusations against the team, highlighting the integrity of Al-Alami’s environment.
Al-Muraisel said via his Twitter account: “Take this as a rule… the principles of victory will not be achieved. His boss doesn’t negotiate with players with (pegs) and he doesn’t have sports problems with (fraud) and others”, indicating that this is nothing more than a dastardly attempt to discredit Al Alami Castle.