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Nineteen passes becomes Arabian artwork
by Samuel Charles, January 28th, 2013 1:13AM

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[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Pro League powerhouse Al Ain recorded today's public service announcement for unselfishness in the United Arab Emirates during a 4-0 win on Saturday.

Al Ain was ahead 3-0 in the 87th minute when this wonderfully worked team effort made the gulf in class between the best team in the UAE and 10th place Ajman abundantly clear.

Initially the reigning Pro League champions seem happy to play the ball around as the game winds down, but as the Ajman defenders chase, and invite further damage, they play right into the hands of the Al Ain attack, which methodically slices them apart.

The No. 10 with the hair tossing it in is star winger Omar Abdulrahman, who is involved twice more, and Yousef Ahmad is the man who taps it home, but this spontaneous masterpiece was obviously a collective effort -- as all 11 players for Al Ain touched the ball.

Today’s artwork is displayed with no sound, no replay, and no apologies, enjoy …



1 comment
  1. Amos Annan
    commented on: January 29, 2013 at 12:11 p.m.
    ridiculous: a team leading by 3 goals scores another one. So what? the other team was playing like cones.


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