Pitso Mosimane suffered his second defeat as Al Ahli coach following a 2-0 loss to Al Riyadh on Sunday.

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Brazilian Muralha gave Al Riyadh a 1-0 lead after just six minutes before Nawaf Al Habashi extended the advantage seven minutes after the break and the capital side held on to claim the three points.

Defeat ended Al Ahli’s five-match winning run which had seen them storm to the top of the table in the Saudi second division.

Jingles signed a one-year deal with a return to the Saudi Pro League the main goal and after promising to recreate history with the Jeddah-based side, he looks set to achieve that plus much more.

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Al Ahli are at home to sixth-placed Al-Faisaly next Saturday, and they look like the perfect candidate for Mosimane’s men having not won any of their last six matches.


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