Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia set sights on creating history

TRACING TIMUR KAPADZE’S
SUCCESS STORY
Tashkent: After a most prolific career as a player, Uzbekistan’s Timur Kapadze continues to taste success as a coach as he drove the Uzbekistan side to the final of the AFC U23 Asian Cup™ Uzbekistan 2022 through several roadblocks and will look to continue casting his positive influence. Join us as we take a look at Kapadze’s stellar journey so far.READ MORESAUDI ARABIA’S SAAD AL SHEHRI
A GIFT THAT KEEPS GIVING
Tashkent: Saad Al Shehri’s achievements with the Green Falcons is the last among a number of successful stints that the former midfielder has had in recent times such as leading the U19 squad to the final of the 2016 AFC U-19 Championship. Join the-AFC.com as we trace Al Shehri’s inspiring path as a guide to Saudi Arabia’s youngsters.READ MOREJALOLIDDINOV CERTAIN OF
HOME SOIL VICTORY
Tashkent: As Uzbekistan walk out on their home turf for the last time in a bid to win the title in front of their home crowd, no amount of personal glory is tempting enough for skipper Jasurbek Jaloliddinov who has outlined his confidence of lifting the winner’s trophy when Uzbekistan take on Saudi Arabia at the Bunyodkor Stadium at 6pm today.READ MOREAL EISA HOPEFUL OF SAUDI
ARABIA EDGING UZBEKISTAN
Tashkent: Saudi Arabia’s Hussain Al Eisa is confident that his teammates, who have already had an excellent run, will only get better with the addition of senior national team members Firas Al Brikan and Hassan Tambakti ahead of their third try at lifting the champions’ trophy at the Bunyodkor Stadium today.READ MORE
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