That three of the eight amusements were settled on punishments says a lot of the energy and exciting activity that saw in Play-Offs of Sixth Workers’ Cup, played on Friday, 23rd February.
A sum of 32 objectives were scored in the main knockout phase of the yearly football competition, sorted out by the Qatar Stars League and supported by Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy.
The quarterfinal installations, to be hung on Friday, second March, are Spartan Ready Mix versus Doha Pest Control, Medgulf versus Al Asmakh F.M., Gulf Contracting versus ALYSJ and G4S Qatar versus Nakheel.
وستقام مباريات الدور ربع النهائي يوم الجمعة 2 مارس. وهي كالتالي:
سبارتان ريدي ميكس × دوحة بيست كونترول
ميدجلف × الأصمخ
الخليج للمقاولات × ALYSJ
جروب 4 الأمنية × النخيل
Simple Ready Mix vanquished Shapoorji Pallonji 3-1 in sudden death round after the groups were bolted 1-1 at full time. Austere Ready Mix proceeded as ahead of schedule as the third moment of the match through Adrew Waled. Shapoorji Pallonji drew equality through Evans Yaw in the 24th moment.
In the sudden death round, Ato Forson, Isaac Kwaye and Siaka Baloa scored for the victors, while just John Yaw could change over for Shapoorji Pallonji.
The second amusement too went into the sudden death round after Doha Pest Control and Trags Engineering played out a 1-1 draw, and the previous advanced with a 4-2 decision on punishments.
Mubarak Haruna’s 11-minute objective for Doha Pest Control was invalidated by a 31st-minute strike by Trags Engineering’s Mohammed Yakubu. In the sudden death round, Patrick Owusu, Francis Quarshie, Isaac Nsiah and Mubarak Haruna changed over for Doha Pest Control, while just Francis Lassi and Mohammed Yakubu could discover the objective for Trags.
AG Middle East edged Medgulf, with Suleiman Adams netting the extremely essential objective in the 34th.
Al Asmakh F.M. enrolled the greatest triumph edge when they trounced NAAAS 4-0. Shehu Mohammad (tenth), Samuel Obida (27th), Tauphic Nasir (29th) and Omosefe Owie (39th) got the objectives.
Inlet Contracting beat Taleb Group 2-1, with Joash Otieno (28th) and David Kwesi (49th) being the champs’ scorers. Jerry Ayitey gave Taleb Group’s answer by changing over from the punishment spot in the 36th.
Haruna Abdul and Eric Boateng were the scorers as ALYSJ beat L&T Qatar 2-1. Idrissu Abdul’s objective was the failures’ just encouragement.
G4S Qatar blanked AALCO 2-0, while protecting champions Nakheel improved of Mowasalat 4-1 by means of sudden death round after control time finished goalless. Mohammed Braik, Ange Bengong, Daniel Ondoa and Akram El Hamdaqui found the stamp.
The competition began at the Al Duhail Stadium on Friday, second February. Al Sadd Stadium was the other setting. Matches are played on Fridays and the last is booked for 23rd March. Passage is free for people in general.
The competition’s principle objective is to advance a culture of game and solid way of life in the group of transient laborers occupied with different undertakings over the State of Qatar, particularly those identified with the foundation of 2022 FIFA World Cup.