Syria saved their unbeaten run going within the 2022 FIFA International Cup qualifiers, as they beat China PR due to an personal objective from Zhang Linpeng. The win now sees them lengthen their lead on the most sensible with twelve issues from a conceivable twelve, whilst China PR stay 2d with seven. Right here’s a document at the complaints.
Syria maintained their profitable get started by means of beating China PR within the 2022 FIFA International Cup qualifiers. The West Asian aspect has now amassed twelve issues from a conceivable twelve and are in a excellent place to qualify for the following spherical.
Osama Omari gave Syria the lead within the 19th minute. On the other hand, their merit handiest lasted for ten mins as Espanyol striker Wu Lei introduced issues again degree simply earlier than the 30 minutes mark.
On the other hand, there was once to be unhappiness for the East Asian aspect, who had been boasting the likes of Elkeson and Nico Yennaris amongst their ranks, as they went in the back of another time thru a Zhang Linpeng personal objective. In the end, it proved a deficit from which China may now not get well and ended up dropping the 3 issues.
Syria will subsequent face Philippines within the FIFA International Cup Asian qualifiers whilst China will sit down out the spherical because the extraordinary workforce out.
Syria XI: Ibrahim Alma (GK), Ahmad Al Salih, Moayad Al Ajan, Omar Al Midani, Ward Salama (66′ Shadi Al Hamawi), Omar Al Somah, Mahmoud Al Mawas, Osama Omari (72′ Omar Khribin), Hussein Al Jwayed, Kamel Hameesheh, Mohammad Al Marmour (80′ Mazen Al Issa)
China PR XI: Yan Junling, Zheng Zheng (86′ Yang Liu), Zhang Linpeng, Wu Lei, Hao Junmin, Yang Xu (63′ Nico Yennaris), Elkeson, Chi Zhongguo (53′ Shihao Wei), Wu Xi, Wang Gang, Zhu Chenjie
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