Carteron leads the cooperation to qualify a killer in the AFC Champions League

The Saudi cooperation team, under the leadership of its French coach Patrice Carteron, was able to qualify for the 16th round of the AFC Champions League, after winning a clean goal over Al-Duhail, Qatar, in the final round of the group stage, which was held in a combined system in Qatar due to the precautionary measures related to the Coronavirus.

Mitchell Thomas Duke scored the game’s only goal in the 86th minute, after a cross from the left side headed it into the Qatari net.

Saudi Cooperation raised its score to 9 points and snatched the second place from Al-Duhail, with the advantage of direct confrontations, where it beat the Qatari team in the back and forth matches.

Al-Taawon will play the 16th round of the tournament against Al-Nasr Saudi Arabia.


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