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Ahed put on a defensive master class before pilfering a precious 1-0 win away to Jordanian side Al-Wehdat in the AFC Cup West Zonal semifinals Monday.The highly regarded young Jordanian coach guided Ansar to a second-place finish this season on the back some scintillating football, and employed a similar approach against a perennially well-organized Ahed side.It took just three minutes for the hosts to threaten Mehdi Khalil's goal, Saleh Rateb's curling strike from the edge of the box forcing the Ahed 'keeper into an acrobatic save.By now Ahed coach Bassem Marmar had seen enough, introducing Mohammad Haidar for the ineffectual Rabih Ataya as he looked to gain control in midfield.
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