The final of the 2015 Jeem Cup will see Tunisia’s Al Manosura School taking on Jordan’s Al Boukhari School on Monday at Lekhwiya Stadium.
In the first semi-final today, Jordan’ Al Boukhari School defeated Bahrain Malek bin Anas School 2-0 thanks to goals from Hamza Badr (20 Min) and Omar Salah (26 min), while Tunisia’s Al Mansoura School needed a penalty shootout to overcome Oman’s Sultan Said bin Taymoor School.
The 40 minutes ended in a 1-1 draw, with the Tunisians taking an early lead through Rayan Al Masrouqi, before Mohamed bin Rabeea equalized in the 17th minute.
Bin Rabeaa, who is a strong candidate for player of the tournament award, blasted the decisive penalty wide as the Tunisians celebrated securing a place in the final. Winning the man of the match award did not seem to comfort the young Omani star.
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