Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal players promises to win the AFC Champions League title

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal football team players have promised the fans that they will clinch the 2019 Asian Champions League title despite the narrow 1-0 home win over Japan’s Urawa Reds.

Al-Hilal defeated Japan’s Urawa Reds 1-0 in the first leg of the AFC Champions League final at King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh on Saturday.

Al Hilal goalkeeper Abdalla Al Maiouf extoled his teammates after the game saying “The concentration and respecting the opponents one of the main reasons to snatch the victory in the first leg,”

The veteran goalkeeper added: “I promise to win the title in the second leg in Japan, congratulations our fans,” the goalkeeper added.

From his side, Al-Hilal defender Ali Albleahi has congratulated his team’s supporters also promised the fans to clinch the title in Japan saying “The first leg was finished and we still have another game in Japan and it’s the most important, congratulations for our fans.”

Al-Hilal will fly to Japan to face Urawa Reds in the second leg of the Asian Champions League final in 24th November.

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