Qatar beats United Arab Emirates hosts 4-0 to reach the final of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.
The winner, who came before a hostile Abu Dhabi crowd, sealed Qatar's progress to the title fight for the first time it faced Japan on Friday.
Qatar opened the scoring with Boualem Khoukhi in the 22nd minute with Almoez Ali adding another 15 minutes later.
Hassan al-Haydos added a third in the 80th minute with a chip over the UAE goalkeeper and Ismaeil sealed Qatar progress with a goal in time injury.
The fight was horrified by crowd disruption twice, when shoes and bottles were thrown at Qatari players celebrating after scoring.
The crowd could be heard chanting and booing during the game of Qatar's national anthem minutes before the start.
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– Jordan Gardner (@mrjordangardner) January 29, 2019  "I think the players were aware that it would be difficult for the audience, but I think they controlled their emotions very well," said Qatar coach Felix Sanchez.
"It was hard for the players, it is normal for a semi-final to celebrate, and I think only a few people did not behave in a proper way, most were fair, but it was a great game. for us … I am very proud and very happy. "
Persecution was added to indignation in stop time when UAE defender Ismail Ahmed was sent out after a VAR notification for an elbow against Salem Al-Hajri just before Qatar scored the final goal.
"It was a tough game in this situation and they played the right way … they made us happy, the whole country is proud of them." Nasser al-Mohannadi, a Qatari fan who So the fight with thousands of other fans in Doha, Al Jazeera told. 19659013] Qatar football fans celebrate the team's success in Doha [Huthifa Fayyad/Al Jazeera]