Jordan dominates Pakistan 7-0 with hat-trick from Al-Taamari

Pakistan Suffers Crushing 7-0 Defeat to Jordan in FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers

Pakistan suffered a devastating 7-0 defeat at the hands of Jordan in their FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers clash at the Amman International Stadium. Jordan’s Musa Al-Taamari stole the show with a hat-trick, scoring in the 1st, 4th, and 6th minutes of the game. Yazan Al-Naimat converted a penalty in the 28th minute, followed by Saad Al-Rousan adding another goal in the 52nd minute.

The scoring spree continued with Ali Alwan finding the back of the net in the 75th minute and Muhammad Abu Zureiq wrapping up the goals with a strike in the 83rd minute. This impressive performance elevated Jordan to the second spot in Group G of the Asian qualifiers, accumulating a total of seven points.

Pakistan faced setbacks with key defenders Mohammad Fazal and Abdullah Iqbal absent from the match. Fazal was nursing a hamstring injury, while Iqbal was suspended due to accumulated yellow cards from previous games, as announced by the PFF. In their earlier encounter, Jordan had defeated Pakistan 3-0 at the Jinnah Stadium in Islamabad, marking their first visit to Pakistan for a football match in nearly two decades.

Looking forward, two teams from the group will progress to the third round, while the remaining sides will compete in the Asian Cup 2027 Qualifiers. The squads for the match included players from both sides, with Pakistan fielding Yousuf Butt, Saqib Hanif, and a host of other talents. Jordan’s lineup featured Yazid Abu Laila, Musa Al-Taamari, and several other skilled players.

The comprehensive victory for Jordan solidified their position in the qualifying rounds, showcasing their dominance on the field. The outcome of this match sets the stage for future encounters in the FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers, with both teams aiming to secure their spots in the next stage of the competition.

Denis Hardin

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