Today, the first matches of the quarter-finals of the thirteenth edition of the Ramadan Cup, which will be held at Aspire Stadium, kick off today, where the Al-Maida team will meet the Umm Al-Afaei team, at exactly nine thirty in the evening, followed by the Al-Rumaila team’s match with the Al-Kass channel team. The quarter-finals will continue tomorrow, Sunday, where two matches will be held, the first match between Al-Wakrah team and Al-Wajba at 9:30 pm, and the second match between Zekreet and Barzan. It is expected that the two matches will witness great excitement in order to qualify for the semi-final round. The quarter-final rounds were completed after the Barzan team defeated Unaizah by three goals to none, and the Cup channel team secured their qualification after a goalless draw with the Lahwilah team, while the Zekreet team took the lead in its group after its exciting victory, with three goals to two, over the Mamoura team. Mamdouh Meshaal: The final rounds are beyond expectations Mamdouh Meshaal, the general coordinator of the tournament, expressed his happiness with the distinguished technical level witnessed by the group stage competitions. He added: In the current edition, we witnessed players of a distinguished level who were able to catch the eye. It is difficult to predict the identity of the two teams that will reach the final, given the strong performance of all the teams. Ahmed Al-Shammari: Our goal is to reach the final. Ahmed Al-Shammari, Barzan team manager, expressed his happiness at qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Ramadan Cup tournament, and said: We achieved a deserved victory to qualify for the quarter-finals. I congratulate the Barzan fans who strongly supported the team. Our goal is to reach the final. I have great confidence in the players to continue The walk. Al-Shammari thanked the tournament organizing committee for the great success it had achieved, as it proved to be one of the best Ramadan tournaments.
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