Ahed’s forwards Toshev and Zreik were particularly profligate.
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Ahed prized open the Malkiya backline time and again but repeatedly lacked the killer instinct in the final third, with forwards Martin Toshev and Ahmad Zreik particularly profligate.Haitham Faour and Issa Yakubu were able to achieve a stranglehold on midfield early in the match, with the latter also heavily involved further up the pitch.His light chip for Toshev 15 minutes in flummoxed the Malkiya back line, but the Bulgarian striker scuffed his shot with just Habib to beat.Toshev headed wide from a free kick after Habib had strayed off his line, before Mohammad Haidar failed to squeeze his shot home from Samir Ayass' clever reverse ball.Zreik and Khalil Khamis then had back-to-back efforts cleared off the line and Toshev spooned over from point blank as Malkiya somehow escaped the half on level terms.
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