Saudi Arabia have beaten Comoros 2-0 in the second match of the Women’s International Friendly Tournament in Al-Khobar to take the lead in the four-nation competition.
The win at Prince Saud bin Jalawi Stadium means that after two rounds of matches, the Green Flacons lead the standings with six points, with Mauritius in second place on three points ahead of third-place Pakistan on goal difference. Comoros remain pointless after two defeats.
Saudi’s goals came from Noura Ibrahim on 34 minutes and Dalia Adel in the first minute of stoppage time at the end of the match.
In Sunday’s other match, Mauritius beat Pakistan 2-1 thanks to goals by Jheemal Chiara after four minutes and Gopaul Julie Marie on 64 minutes. Pakistan had equalized on nine minutes through Maria Jamila Khan.
The first round of matches saw Saudi Arabia beat Mauritius 1-0 with a goal from Miriam Al-Tamimi, while Pakistan beat Comoros with the same scoreline through a strike by Anmol Hira.