A left-footed cross from right-sided Oday Zahran saw Mendy split the two Ansar center-backs.
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Ansar's wretched season took another hit Tuesday after the Beirut giants suffered a humbling 3-1 loss at home to Jordanian side Al-Faisaly in the AFC Cup.Former Czech Republic manager Frantisek Straka had recently been parachuted in with hope that he could arrest the slump that has engulfed this Ansar team for much of the season.So, Ansar consistently toiled at the back Tuesday, with Al-Faisaly enjoying wholesale opportunities in front of goal.Despite them being eminently inferior in the first half, Ansar had their chances but Elhadji Tall, Thaer Krouma and Nassar Nassar all failed with their relentless efforts late on in the period.Some last-ditch defending from Ansar kept the scoreline at 2-1 with fulltime approaching, but Al-Faisaly eventually put the hosts out of their misery.
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