2010–11 UAE President's Cup

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The 2010–11 UAE President's Cup is the 35th season of the UAE President's Cup, the premier knockout tournament for association football clubs in the United Arab Emirates.

The format once again changed from the previous season,[citation needed] reverting to a knockout tournament rather than a round-robin groups phase.

The cup winner were guaranteed a place in the 2012 AFC Champions League.

Round 1[edit]

Round 1 consisted of fourteen matches played on 20–21 September 2010. The winners of those matches advanced to Round 2, joining defending cup winners Emirates Club and UAE Pro-League winners Al Wahda.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
20 September 2010 [1]
Al Ahli 4–0 Al Rams
Al Dhafra 6–0 Dibba Al-Hisn
Al Quwwat Al Musallaha 2–0 Al Jazira Al Hamra
Al Sharjah 1–1 (5–6 pen) Masafi
Al Wasl 8–0 Al Taawon
Ajman 9–1 Hatta
Al Ain 5–0 Masfout
Dubai 1–2 Dibba Al Fujairah
Al Jazira 7–0 Ras Al Khaima
21 September 2010[2]
Al Nasr 4–2 Al Arabi
Al Orouba 2–1 Al Fujairah
Baniyas 4–1 Al Khaleej
Al-Ittihad Kalba 2–4 Al-Thaid
Al Shabab 1–0 Al Shaab

Round of 16[edit]

The matches were played on 9–11 February 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
9 February 2011
Al Jazira 2–1 Al Nasr
Al Wahda 5–1 Ajman
Masafi Club 0–31 Al Ain
Al Ahli 1–0 Al Dhafra
11 February 2011
Baniyas 0–2 Al Shabab
Al Wasl 1–0 Al Quwwat Al Musallaha
Al-Thaid 2–1 Dubba Al Fujairah
Emirates Club 4–1 Al Orouba

1 Al Ain were found to have used an ineligible player and were disqualified, Masafi went through.

Quarterfinals[edit]

The matches will be played on 24–25 February 2011.

24 February 2011
Al Wahda 2 – 0 Masafi Club

24 February 2011
Al Ahli 0 – 1 Al Wasl

25 February 2011
Al-Thaid 0 – 3 Al Shabab

25 February 2011
Al Jazira 3 – 2 Emirates Club

Semifinals[edit]

Final[edit]

Monday 11 April
Al Wahda 0 – 4 Al Jazira
Baré Goal 12'80'
R. Oliveira Goal 68'
Jumaa Goal 90+3'

Top goalscorers[edit]

Last updated 10 February 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Brazil Fernando Baiano
4
Al Wahda
United Arab Emirates Rashid Eissa
3
Al Wasl
Guinea Ismaël Bangoura
3
Al Nasr
Senegal Papa Georges
3
Ajman
Ivory Coast Toni
2
Al Jazira
France Gregory Dufrennes
2
Ittihad Kalba
Ivory Coast Ibrahim Diaky
2
Al Jazira
Oman Mohammed Zahran
2
Ajman
Senegal André Senghor
2
Baniyas
United Arab Emirates Abdul-Rahman Khalfan
2
Al Wasl
Brazil Bare
2
Al Jazira

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Goals galore for big four". FIFA.com. 20 September 2010. Retrieved 29 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "Al Nasr and Al Shabab progress". FIFA.com. 22 September 2010. Retrieved 29 September 2010. 

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