Shabab Al Ahli and Al Ain dominated the Top 5 list in the 19th round of the ADNOC Professional League, in the weekly evaluation according to the choices of a group of "Emirates Today" team specialized in sports affairs, taking into account the opinions and participation of the public, as Lapa Kodjo, Khalid Issa, Yahya Al Ghassani, Leonardo Jardim and Al Wasl fans won the title of "the best" in the last round.
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Al Wasl audience. «Creative Painting»
Al Wasl fans were named the best audience after presenting a creative aesthetic painting in addition to continuing their wonderful initiatives, after raising TiVo during which he congratulated His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, on his birthday, which falls on March 11, while fans of the "Emperor" played a major role in avoiding Al Wasl losing to Sharjah.
Yahya Al-Ghassani. «Goal and danger»
Shabab Al Ahli player Yahya Al Ghassani was at the top of the best Emirati players after the influential role he played after his participation in the second half, as he scored the second goal skillfully and caused great danger to the Al Jazira goal.
Lapa «Special numbers in the derby»
Al Ain star, Togolese Laba Kodjo, won the title of the best foreign player after leading the "leader" to victory in the "Abu Dhabi Derby" against Al Wahda with three goals without reply, as he scored a goal and played an assist to retain the top scorer with 21 goals, while he scored outstanding numbers during the match with a four-ball shot, and completed three successful dribbles.
Khaled Issa "Addressing all chances"
Al Ain goalkeeper Khalid Issa was named the best goalkeeper after keeping a clean sheet by saving all the chances that came to Al Wahda, as Issa is the only goalkeeper along with Ahmed Shambih, who did not concede goals in the last round, while the goalkeeper is the most influential due to the importance of the match in the competition race.
Jardim. «Achieves the remontada»
Shabab Al Ahli coach, Portuguese Leonardo Jardim topped the list of the best coaches after he led the Dubai Knights to achieve an exciting comeback against Al Jazira despite falling behind by two goals without a response, but the coach who won the AFC Champions League title in the last edition with Al Hilal Saudi Arabia turned the tables on the "pride of Abu Dhabi" through his changes and technical interventions to maintain the top of the standings.