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Mohamed Abdel-Shafy played 90 minutes as Al Ahli Jeddah qualified for the semi-finals of the Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Cup via a lone goal.
The quarter-final match was contested by Al Ahli Jeddah and Ittifaq FC.
The game’s only goal came in the 70th minute as Ittifaq’s defender failed to clear a ball, which was snatched by Al Ahli’s Syrian striker Omar Al Somah who went clear on goal and hit a low shot into the net.
Al Ahli are to meet Al Ittihad next, who booked their semi-finals place yesterday, in what will be a special derby between the two Jeddah-based clubs.