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Hatta 0:5 Al Jazira. AGL. Match Summary

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uae.agleague.ae: 29 April 2017
 
Al Jazira wrapped the 2016/17 Arabian Gulf League title with a 5-0 routing of Hatta in round 24 at Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Stadium. The win, coupled with Al Ahli's 2-2 draw against Sharjah means the gap at the top widens to 10 points and with just two rounds to play, it is now mathematically impossible for Al Ahli to catch Al Jazira in the title race.
 
Ahead of the match, the players lined up wearing shirts with the "For Your Sake Somalia" motto as part of the Pro League Committee's initiative in support of the people of Somalia.
 
The hosts weathered a storm of an Al Jazira attacks throughout the first half and were on track to make it back to the dressing room with a goalless draw, but with five minutes left on the clock in the first period, Mbark Boussoufa and Khalfan Mubarak exchanged passes inside Hatta's penalty box before the Moroccan supplied a perfectly weighted cross from the right for Ali Mabkhout to head in at the far post for his 29th goal of the Arabian Gulf League season.
 
After the break, Henk ten Cate's men came racing out of the blocks and within five minutes doubled their lead after Leonardo Pereira's in-swinging corner kick was inadvertently converted by Hatta striker Samuel Rosa past his own goalkeeper. 
 
Mabkhout made it 3-0 in the 66th minute after Korean midfielder Park Jong-woo battled to retrieve the ball on the edge of Hatta penalty box before laying it off to Mabkhout who advance past his marker and fired low from a tight angle past helpless Obid Raihan.
Substitute Ailton Almeida added a fourth goal four minutes from time after receiving a pinpoint pass from Sultan Barghash and finishing deftly from inside the area.
 
Khalfan Mubarak was fouled inside the box and the referee awarded Al Jazira a penalty kick that Ali Mabkhout converted to complete the rout and complete his own hat-trick.