The match saw 3 red cards

Kalba deprives Al Wasl of the league runners-up

Lima equalized to arrive from the penalty spot. From the source

Al Wasl drew with its host Ittihad Kalba with a score of one goal for the same in the match that brought them together yesterday at Ittihad Kalba Stadium in the 20th round of the ADNOC Professional League, to raise Al Wasl score to 40 points in second place with Al Ain and Al Wahda, and missed the opportunity to be alone in the runner-up position behind Shabab Al Ahli leaders with 45 points, while Ittihad Kalba raised its score to 26 points in eighth place.

The match saw three red cards.

Ittihad Kalba opened the scoring through Argentine Brian Ramirez, who shot a back header, taking advantage of a ball that arrived from a direct free kick played by Brazilian Leandro Spadasio in the 3rd minute, and the match referee Ahmed Issa Darwish awarded a penalty kick to Al Wasl after Ali Saleh was obstructed by Ittihad Kalba defender Sultan Al Zaabi in the 13th minute, shot by Fabio Lima and Kalba goalkeeper Issa Al-Hooti was able to repel it before the referee asked to return it due to the entry of Kalba players into the area The penalty for Lima to score the equaliser.

The referee awarded a red card to Iranian Kalba coach Farhad Majidi for objecting to the referee in the 16th minute.

Ittihad Kalba almost advanced again had it not been for Slovakia's Filip Kish header that passed by the post in the 24th minute.

Al Wasl almost scored a second goal had it not been for Fabio Lima's cross from defender Sultan Al Zaabi before reaching the Argentine Shanklay in the 49th minute and was sent away.

The referee gave the match seven minutes of stoppage time in the first half, in which Al Wasl pressed a lot, and had it not been for the intervention of Kalba defender Mohamed Sabeel, Shanklay would have scored a goal before the ball went to a corner kick 45 + 5.

The level of performance declined at the beginning of the second half, and in one of the attacks, Fabio Lima penetrated into the penalty and played a short ball inside the six yards in a dangerous attack that was kept out by Abdul Salam Mohamed before reaching the attackers in the 60th minute.

The referee awarded a red card to Argentine Al Wasl player Jeronimo Boyletti after a tackle on the foot of Sultan Adel in the 76th minute.

The referee Ahmed Issa Darwish counted 12 minutes of injury time for the second half, and the referee awarded a red card to Al Wasl player Siaka in the 90+11 minute and a penalty kick to Kalba after his player Brian was disabled, shot by Alexandru, but Al Wasl goalkeeper Al-Sinani saved it to end the match in a 1-1 draw.