Al-Adalah, with ten players, won a valuable 2-0 victory over its guest Al-Hilal, to get out of the relegation zone in the Saudi Roshen Football League on Tuesday.
Al-Adalah, who played most of the second half with ten players after a player was expelled from its ranks, raised its tally to 27 points, to climb to 14th place, surpassing Al-Khaleej by direct confrontations, three rounds before the end.
Marcus Antonson gave the lead to justice from a penalty kick, which he hit in the right corner of Al-Hilal goalkeeper Habib Al-Wattian in the 23rd minute.
After returning to the video referee, Abdulaziz Al-Alawi, defender of justice, received the red card due to a strong interference on Al-Breik three minutes after the start of the second half.
Pedro Bogenio secured the match points for justice, after scoring from a single goal six minutes before the end.
Al-Hilal’s balance stopped at 53 points, in fourth place, with a goal difference from Al-Shabab, who will face Al-Nassr at a later time.