Al Ittihad vs Al Hilal Player Ratings

Al Ittihad vs Al Hilal Player Ratings as Malcolm and Salem Al-Dawsari Deliver Stellar Performances

Al Ittihad 1-4 Al Hilal: Match Overview

In the Saudi Super Cup final Al Hilal dominated with a 4-1 victory over Al Ittihad and kept their quest for multiple trophies alive. While Neymar was absent due to injury Al Hilal showcased their strength which was led by Brazilian winger Malcom who scored twice.

The win extends their impressive winning streak to 34 consecutive games. Meanwhile, controversy arose as Ittihad’s Abderrazak Hamdallah was involved in a post-match altercation with a fan.

Al Hilal are backed by significant investments including Neymar’s transfer as they now see further success in the Asian Champions League and Saudi King’s Cup.

Let’s have a look at the Individual Player Ratings for Al Ittihad vs Al Hilal.

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Al Ittihad vs Al Hilal Player Ratings

Al Ittihad Player Ratings

Abdullah Al-Mayouf: 6.8/10 – Solid performance, but conceded four goals against a strong opponent.

Fawaz Al-Saqour: 6.4/10 – Decent defensive effort, but struggled against Al Hilal’s attacking threats.

Luiz Felipe: 6.4/10 – Contributed defensively but couldn’t contain Al Hilal’s offense effectively.

Ahmed Hegazy: 5.9/10 – A bit below par, struggled at times in defense against Al Hilal’s attacking prowess.

Mad Allah Al-Olayan: 6.7/10 – Put in a decent shift defensively, but couldn’t prevent Al Hilal from scoring.

N’Golo Kante: 7/10 – Strong midfield presence, worked tirelessly in both defense and attack.

Farha Al-Shamrani: 6.1/10 – Contributed defensively but offered limited threat going forward.

Saleh Al-Omari: 7.1/10 – Impressive performance, provided creativity and energy in midfield.

Romarinho: 6.7/10 – Showed flashes of skill but struggled to make a significant impact on the game.

Karim Benzema: 6.3/10 – Had some opportunities but failed to make a major impact on the match.

Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah: 7.1/10 – Scored and provided a threat in attack, one of the standout performers for Al-Ittihad.

Joao Felipe “Jota”: 6.3/10 (substitute) – Came on as a substitute but couldn’t change the course of the game significantly.

Hassan Kadesh: 6.5/10 (substitute) – Brought on to make an impact but couldn’t turn the tide in Al-Ittihad’s favor.

Hamed Al-Ghamdi: 6.4/10 (substitute) – Added some energy off the bench but couldn’t swing the momentum in Al-Ittihad’s favor.

Turki Al-Jaadi: 6.2/10 (substitute) – Limited impact after coming on as a substitute, struggled to influence the game.

Al Hilal Player Ratings

Yassine Bono: 7.7/10 – Commanded the goal well and made crucial saves when called upon, ensuring stability in the defense.

Saud Abdul Hamid: 7.2/10 – Provided solid defensive cover and contributed to the team’s overall defensive effort.

Kalidou Koulibaly: 7/10 – Put in a strong defensive display, showcasing his physical presence and ability to thwart opposition attacks.

Ali Al-Bulaihi: 6.7/10 – Had a decent performance but faced some challenges against Al-Ittihad’s attacking threats.

Renan Lodi: 6.3/10 – Contributed defensively but wasn’t as influential going forward as usual.

Ruben Neves: 7.2/10 – Controlled the midfield well, dictating play and providing defensive support when needed.

Sergey Savic: 8.2/10 – Outstanding performance, dominated the midfield with his presence, and contributed significantly to both defense and attack.

Michel Delgado: 7.1/10 – Provided creativity and energy in midfield, linking up well with teammates and contributing to the team’s attacking efforts.

Malcolm Oliveira: 9.2/10 – Exceptional performance, scored crucial goals, and provided a constant threat to the opposition’s defense with his skill and pace. Man of the Match.

Malcolm Oliveira vs Al Ittihad
Malcolm Oliveira (Getty Images)

Salem Al-Dosari: 7.8/10 – Played a vital role in the team’s attacking manoeuvres, contributing with both goals and assists.

Saleh Al-Shehri: 8.1/10 – Instrumental in the team’s attacking play, provided assists, and created numerous goal-scoring opportunities for teammates.

Muhammad Kanno: 6.8/10 (substitute) – Made a positive impact after coming on as a substitute, contributing to maintaining the team’s midfield control.

Yasser Al-Shahrani: 7.1/10 (substitute) – Added energy and solidity after being introduced, helping to maintain the team’s defensive shape.

Nasser Al-Dosari: 7.8/10 (substitute) – Made a significant impact off the bench, scoring a goal and adding energy to the team’s attacking play.