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PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Ciel (Al Ahli)
The unstoppable Moussa Sow came up with the last-gasp winner at Sharjah, but Ciel was the star for the title chasers. The Brazilian – back in the fold due to Lima’s injury – rattled the crossbar from distance and his perserverance saw him set-up his colleague to steal the headlines.
GOAL OF THE WEEK
Patrick Eze (Fujairah)
A sinking feeling has taken over the Wolves, yet with the Nigerian striker they should have too much to go down. His volley in the critical 2-1 loss at Al Dhafra was beautifully taken, firing in a stunning low effort from 20 yards with the ball slightly behind him.
COACH OF THE WEEK
Javier Aguirre (Al Wahda)
The Mexican wringed a ravenous display from his troops in the must-win clash against Al Nasr, sparking hopes of AFC Champions League football and a contract renewal. The Clarets snuffed out their visitors’ threat expertly, bettering them in every department.
Back to work after a big win. Al Wahda 1 x 0 Al Nasr. ☺ ?? pic.twitter.com/yUlp7VhUOo— Denilson 15 (@_denilson15) February 13, 2016
Ahli embracing Champions League spirit
Late winners detailed the action at the top of the AGL this round. Leaders Al Ain have made a habit of such salvage jobs but Ahli’s lastgasp triumph at Sharjah was their first domestically this campaign. Their run to the 2015 AFC Champions League final famously saw a dramatic turnaround against Tractor Sazi to proceed from the group stage and a even-more-epic push past Al Hilal in the last four. A rekindling of this spirit could be key to deciding their title fate.
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