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This is what the newest SPL team of the week looks like:
Goalkeepers: Mohammed Al Owais (Al Ahli Jeddah)
The 29-year-old made eight saves in an encouraging 2-1 win over staggering 2018/19 champions Al Nassr, including a key Abderazzak Hamdallah penalty stop at the 0-0.
Right-Back: Abdullah Tarmin (Al Ahli Jeddah)
The 23-year-old showed a measured performance in beating Nassr that put him in second place. Produced nine interceptions.
Center-back: Ahmed Hegazy (Al Ittihad)
The Egyptian center-back, on loan from West Bromwich Albion, remains in a class of his own in the Kingdom. He made 16 interceptions for his fourth-placed employer in the 1-1 draw with Al Shabab and, with 18 out of six foothills, is first in the header, which was won in his own penalty area.
Center-back: Igor Rossi (Al Faisaly)
Dominant figure in Al Raed’s 2-0 win, who kept Faisaly in fifth place. Only Saad Al Khayri (73) from Al Batin made more interceptions than the Brazilian (69).
Left-Back: Sari Amr (Abha)
Veteran helped eliminate Al Taawoun, losing the ball only once in his half. Abha are four points from danger on the ninth.
Midfilders: Alexander Merkel (Al Faisaly)
The former AC Milan and Udineses midfielder is a growing SPL squad. 14 restores against Raed in a deeper defense position.
Midfilders: Ever Banega (Al Shabab)
Banega’s majestic influence showed a pass accuracy of 89 percent in the 1-1 draw with Al Ittihad. However, Shabab has dropped to third place after just one win out of four games.
Midfilders: Driss Fettouhi (Al Ahli Jeddah)
The Moroccan midfielder broke his Ahli duck in style, scoring a nifty free kick and a sweeping penalty against Nassr. Still looks like a smart recruit from Al Hazem’s relegation.
Right wing: Mohammed Al Kuwaykbi (Ettifaq)
The low score in the 4-2 triumph over Damac marked the first time since February that the Saudi Arabia winger has been dynamic. This built on the support of the preliminary round in the stalemate with Nassr.
Center-Forward: Ahmed Abdoh Jaber (Al Wehda)
Wehdas last hero pounced again on the unbeaten start of Al Hilal. Intelligently finished in the roof of the network in 91st Minute, secured a 2-1 win and repeated his late antics from the first week’s encounter with the promoted Al Qadsiyah.
Left wing: Naim Sliti (Ettifaq)
The Tunisian creator is arguably the division’s form player. Scored two goals from three shots against Damac, building on the previous attempt against Nassr with 10th-placed outfit.
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