2016–17 UAE President's Cup

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2016–17 UAE President's Cup
Country United Arab Emirates
Dates7 October 2016 – 19 May 2017
Teams16 (Knockout stage)
26 (Total)
Defending championsAl Jazira
ChampionsAl Wahda (2nd title)
Runners-upAl-Nasr
Matches played45
Goals scored136 (3.02 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Mali Mamadou Coulibaly
United Arab Emirates Hassan Rashid
Hungary Balázs Dzsudzsák
(5 goals each)
All statistics correct as of 19 May 2017.

The 2016–17 UAE President's Cup was the 41st edition of the UAE President's Cup. Al-Jazira are the defending champions winning their third title in 2016 after beating Al-Ain 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.[1]

Group stage[edit]

Knockout stage[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Al Ittihad Kalba0–2Al Jazira
Report Ahmed Al Hashmi Goal 60'
Ali Mabkhout Goal 84'
Referee: Adel Ali Al Naqbi
Al Wasl1–0Baniyas
Fábio Lima Goal 50'85' Report
Referee: Mohammed Abdulla Hassan
Al Ahli1–3 (a.e.t.)Al Ain
Ahmed Khalil Goal 57' Report Omar Abdulrahman Goal 79'120+1'
Ibrahim Diaky Goal 97'
Referee: Ammar Ali Al Junaibi
Al Dhafra1–1 (a.e.t.)Hatta
Omar Kharbin Goal 25' Report Samuel Goal 21'
Penalties
3–5
Referee: Ammar Ali Al Junaibi

Al Urooba2–3Sharjah
Vinícius Lopes Goal 54'
Papa Waigo Goal 78'
Report Digão Goal 10'
Yousif Saeed Goal 33'
Saif Rashid Goal 71'
Referee: Sultan Mohamed Al Hammadi
Al Nasr1–0Dubai
Wanderley Goal 78' Report
Referee: Yaqoub Yousuf Qasem
Al Wahda3–1 (a.e.t.)Dibba Al-Fujairah Club
Sultan Al Ghaferi Goal 71'
Hamdan Al Kamali Goal 95'
Ismail Matar Goal 110'
Report Driss Fettouhi Goal 55'
Referee: Hamad Ali Al Ali
Al Shabab Al Arabi0–2Emirates Club
Report Mourad Batna Goal 8'
Sebastián Sáez Goal 77'
Referee: Ahmed Eisa Mohamed

Quarter-finals[edit]

Al Wahda6–0Al Jazira
Sebastián Tagliabúe Goal 23'25'81'
Balázs Dzsudzsák Goal 27'54'
Mohamed Barghash Goal 72'
Report
Referee: Mohammed Abdulla Hassan
Al Wasl2–4Sharjah
Ronaldo Mendes Goal 82'
Hassan Mohamed Goal 90+4'
Report Gelmin Rivas Goal 7'57'78'
Omar Juma Al Shuwaihi Goal 37'
Referee: Yaqoub Yousuf Qasem

Emirates Club1–2Hatta
Mourad Batna Goal 18' Report Samuel Goal 27'
Mahir Jasem Goal 32'
Referee: Ahmed Salem Al Aleeli
Al Ain0–1Al Nasr
Report Jassim Yaqoob Goal 25'
Referee: Omar Mohamed Al Ali

Semi-finals[edit]

Sharjah0–1Al Wahda
Report Balázs Dzsudzsák Goal 90+2'
Referee: Mohammed Abdulla Hassan

Al Nasr1–0Hatta
Abdelaziz Barrada Goal 70' Report
Referee: Ammar Ali Al Junaibi

Finals[edit]

Al Nasr0–3Al Wahda
Report Balázs Dzsudzsák Goal 67'82'
Tareq Ahmed Goal 80'
Referee: Yaqoub Yousuf Qasem

Bracket[edit]

As per UAE Football Association matches database: [2]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
            
Al-Wahda 3
Dibba Al-Fujairah 1
Al-Wahda 6
Al-Jazira 0
Kalba 0
Al-Jazira 2
Al-Wahda 1
Sharjah 0
Al-Wasl 2
Baniyas 0
Al-Wasl 2
Sharjah 4
Al-Urooba 2
Sharjah 3
Al-Wahda 3
Al-Nasr 0
Al-Nasr 1
Dubai 0
Al-Nasr 1
Al-Ain 0
Al-Ahli 1
Al-Ain 3
Al-Nasr 1
Hatta 0
Emirates 2
Al-Shabab 0
Emirates 1
Hatta 2
Al-Dhafra 1
Hatta 2

Statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Team Goals
1 Mali Mamadou Coulibaly Dubai 5
United Arab Emirates Hassan Rashid Dibba Al Hisn
Hungary Balázs Dzsudzsák Al Wahda
4 Brazil Vinícius Lopes Al Urooba 4
East Timor Rodrigo Ajman Club
Morocco Kamel Chafni Al Urooba
7 United Arab Emirates Saoud Faraj Marzouq Ajman Club 3
Lebanon Hassan Maatouk Fujairah
Brazil Tássio Ajman Club
Brazil Alexandre Matão Ras Al Khaimah

Source:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Al Jazira edge Al Ain on penalties to win President's Cup | The National". Retrieved 15 March 2017.
  2. ^ "UAE FA - Matches Database". www.uaefa.ae. Archived from the original on 16 March 2017. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
  3. ^ "President's Cup". Global Sports Archive. Retrieved 7 September 2019.