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Kazma stay on best, cling Kuwait

KUWAIT: Qadsia’s Ahmad Al-Reyahi (middle) shoots the ball right through his staff’s Kuwait Premier League fit towards Salmiya on Sunday. — KUNA

By way of Ahmad Jabr

KUWAIT: Kazma hung on for a draw of their key matchup with second-place Kuwait on Sunday to stick on best of the Kuwait Premier League standings, whilst Qadsia’s identify hopes have been dealt a blow after struggling their moment defeat this season. Kuwait did not capitalize at the momentum in their contemporary Amir Cup win, appearing little risk to the hosts’ internet because the fit resulted in a 0-0 draw; sufficient for Kazma to stick within the lead with 13 issues and one level forward of Kuwait.

In the meantime, Qadsia neglected their likelihood to head on best of the standings once they misplaced to fourth-place Salmiya 3-2 within the fit held on the latter’s Thamir Stadium on Sunday. Qadsia looked to be going for a victory as they led by way of 2-1 on the finish of legislation, however Salmiya have been in a position to show the desk with two objectives scored by way of Hussain Al-Musawi in added time. Qadsia now stay in 3rd position with 12 issues and one level forward of Salmiya.

Al-Nasr and Al-Arabi are in 5th and 6th puts with 9 and 8 issues respectively following their 1-1 draw within the different key fit of the week. Kazma glance to increase their lead once they seek advice from ninth-place Al-Tadhamon on Thursday, whilst Kuwait can have a harder take a look at once they host Al-Nasr on Friday. Al-Arabi host Al-Shabaab the next day whilst Qadsia play towards Fahaheel on Thursday and Salmiya towards Al-Yarmouk on Friday.



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