Let go of the uniform → ‘Puck!’ Retaliation with the price of the back of the head → Barrain player’s direct exit ‘all-time scene’
A ‘back of the head’ incident in Bahrain.
Bahrain played Kuwait to a 1-1 draw in the second match of their Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games Men’s Football Group E match at the Jinhua Sports Center Stadium in Jinhua, Hangzhou, China at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday (July 21).토토사이트
Bahrain, who drew 1-1 with Thailand in the first leg, moved into second place with two points from two games, one behind Thailand (one draw, one win), who have played one game less.
Kuwait remains in fourth place in Group E with one draw, one loss and one point.
South Korea (1 win, 3 points) and Thailand, who are also in Group E, will play their second Group E match at 8:30 p.m. tonight. A win for South Korea will clinch an early round of 16 berth.
Bahrain were hoping to take all three points against Kuwait, but came away with just one.
Bahrain had the first goal, but a ‘free kick’ gave Kuwait the equalizer.
After a 0-0 first half, Bahrain took the lead seven minutes into the second half when ‘substitute’ Isa Hassan rattled the Kuwaiti net with an unstoppable right-footed shot from the right flank of the box.
The lead was short-lived, however. In the 28th minute of the second half, Kuwait pulled a goal back. Mohammed Salman conceded a free kick.
From then on, Bahrain struggled to find the winner, but the game didn’t go their way.
This led to a scene that shouldn’t have happened in Bahrain.
Here’s what happened. In the fifth minute of second-half stoppage time, Kuwait’s Faisal Al Sahati grabbed Bahrain’s Fanair Almesaeid from behind on a counter-attack in midfield. It was a deliberate grab and he didn’t let go.
In response, Faisal Al Sahati looked at Panair Al Mesaeid and punched him in the back of the head. The referee, who was right there in the middle of the action, ordered Panair Al Mesaeid to be sent off directly. He also gave Faisal Al Sahati a warning.
The players from both teams saw what happened and the game ended 1-1. The ‘back of the head blow’ of all time was born.