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27/09/2009
2:2 (0:0)
  • Hamdan AL KAMALI (90'+1 PEN)
  • THEYAB AWANA (90'+3)
  • Kermit ERASMUS (54' 72')

Summary

UAE's late, late show

Two goals in added time gave United Arab Emirates an unlikely draw after South Africa had taken a two-goal lead through Kermit Erasmus.

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Line-up

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Coaches

MAHDI ALI (UAE)
(RSA) Serame LETSOAKA

Officials

Referee: Joel AGUILAR (SLV)Assistant Referee 1: William TORRES (SLV)Assistant Referee 2: Juan ZUMBA (SLV)Fourth official: Koman COULIBALY (MLI)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 28)


Latest Comments:
allahfu
03/10/2009 at 23:10
allahfu (Egypt)
South Africa you were better you deserved to win.
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allahfu
03/10/2009 at 23:10
allahfu (Egypt)
I'm sooooooo sad that South Africa didn't win. Real Egyptians stand by South Africa's side. Go South Africa you are our african brothers.
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ngcobo.scelo
29/09/2009 at 13:14
ngcobo.scelo (South Africa)
NOW THE PRESSURE IS ON QUALIFYING AND STOP PONDERING OVER WHICH GAMES WE CUD HAVE WON AND CONCENTRATE ON COLLECTING THE REMAIINIG POINTS IN THE REMAINING GAMES........
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Statistics

14Shots14
5Corner kicks7
3Yellow cards4
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards1
47%Possession (%)53%
  • Hamdan Al Kamali of United Arab Emirates tackles Kermit Erasmus of South Africa
  • Ahmed Khalil of United Arab Emirates beats Thulani Hlatshwayo of South Africa
  • Hamdan Al Kamali of United Arab Emirates beats Darren Keet of South Africa
  • Supporters of United Arab Emirates celebrate
  • Supporters of United Arab Emirates celebrate
  • Habib Fardan of United Arab Emirates tackles Mandla Masango of South Africa
"I wasn't expecting this sort of performance from my players. I'm disappointed in how we performed, and even if we'd won I'd have said the same thing," Serame Letsoaka, South Africa coach.