The Riyadh derby confrontation is renewed between Al-Hilal and its traditional rival Al-Nassr in the 2020 Saudi Super Cup final, which is being held at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh.
The 2020 Super Final is the second that brings together the poles of the capital, Riyadh, in the Super Cup competition. The two teams faced the final of the third edition of the Super Championship, which was held for the first time outside Saudi and Asian stadiums, as it was hosted by the “Lofts Road” stadium on August 4, 2015, and the meeting ended. At the time, the Blue team outperformed a goal by Brazilian star Carlos Eduardo.
The Super Cup 2020, which bears the name “Beren Cup”, is the first confrontation between Al Hilal and Al Nassr in January for the first time in 8 years.
Xenia Sports takes a look at the last 3 matches that brought Al Hilal with Al-Nassr in January.
30/1/2013 (Al Hilal 0 / Al Nasr 1) Zain Saudi Professional League: Al Hilal entered the team as a host for the match at King Fahd International Stadium in the 18th week of the 2012/2013 season, and Hilal was in second place before that confrontation with 35 points, while Al-Nassr entered the match with 31 points in his bag in third place, and that ended with the victory of Al-Nasr (the guests) with a goal without response scored by former Al-Nasr scorer Mohamed Al-Sahlawi at the 13th minute of the first half.
23/1/2012 (Hilal 4 / Al-Nasr 1) Crown Prince Cup: Al-Hilal hosted its opponent Al-Nasr at Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium by drawing the matches of the quarter-final round of the Crown Prince Cup Championship, and that meeting ended with a broad victory for Hilal by four against a goal in the way of Hilal to the final and coronation The title was later at the expense of Al-Ettifaq team, and Al-Hilal’s goals in that confrontation came through Omar Hawsawi (a self-goal), Muhammad Al-Shalhoub, Abdulaziz Al-Dossari, and Yoo Byung Soo, while the only goal of victory came through Muhammad Al-Sahlawi.
23/1/2009: (Al-Nassr 0 / Al-Hilal 2) Saudi Professional League: Al-Nasr, fifth-place with 21 points, hosted its counterpart Al-Hilal the second league standings with 34 points at King Fahd International Stadium within the 19th week of the 2008/2009 season, which is The first meeting between the two teams in January was called the Professional League, and the meeting ended with the home team’s defeat (Al-Nasr) in front of its guest Al-Hilal with two goals that came through Yasser Al-Qahtani and the Romanian Merrill Radoy, but the season between the two teams ended in the same position as each team before the derby match. Al-Ittihad is the champion of the competition in that season, while Al-Nassr finished fifth, behind Al-Ahly III, and Al-Shabab finished third.