It is bigger and better. The Professional League Committee could be using that line in the coming days after a dramatic start to Season 5 of the Pro League. They might even consider putting "blockbuster" somewhere in there, given Al Ahli's sensational 6-3 win at Al Ain in their opening fixture.
Easily, it was the best game this nascent professional league has seen as yet and the verdict is not based on the score line alone.
With the seasoned Grafite on one side and the brilliant Asamoah Gyan on the other, it was destined to be a contest of a higher grade.
Mix in the gifted Luis Jimenez and the assertive Mirel Radoi sparring in the midfield, the game was bound to be an engrossing affair.
Add the cream of Emirati talent on both sides and you know why this game will rank among the best of all-time in the country. If you need further evidence, watch Basheer Saeed's spectacular volley, which pulled Ahli level at 2-2. It could be a strong contender for the goal of the season, but the Al Ain fans would prefer not to be reminded of it.
For them, this game was a nightmare best forgotten. They have never seen Al Ain suffer such score-line shame, at least not since record keeping in UAE football became formalised.
Last season, as Al Ain raced to the league title, they never conceded more than two goals in any game. They did not suffer such an embarrassing defeat even during the 2010/11 campaign, when the club finished 10th in the league.
That was Al Ain's worst performance in the UAE top division and their heaviest defeat of that season was the 4-0 loss at eventual champions Al Jazira.
Al Ain have probably never conceded six goals in a league game, certainly not in the past 20 seasons for which match details are available.
They have played 637 matches in local competitions during this period, winning seven of their 10 league titles, five President's Cup, two Federation Cups, an Etisalat Cup and a Super Cup. Their worst defeat during this period was the 5-1 loss to Al Shabab in the 1999/2000 FA Cup.
This was a rather forgettable first not just for Al Ain and their fans, but their Romanian coach as well.
"It is tough to concede five goals in one half; it has never happened to me as a coach," Cosmin Olaroiu said.
Perhaps it was the "Super Cup intoxication" to blame for the result, as Olaroiu suggested, and Al Ain will bounce back with a vengeance.
And if that happens, they will be itching for a re-match with Ahli.
Before that return game, though, the defending champions will have to prove themselves against the likes of Al Jazira, Al Shabab and Al Nasr, especially the latter; Walter Zenga's men caused the milder of the first week's tremors with their 2-1 win at Jazira.
Metsu also has the exuberant Shikabala on his team. The Egyptian's temper has cost him somewhat in the recent past and his over-the-top antics will probably make the purists cringe.
But he is a showman and the Wasl fans never stopped chanting his name throughout the game against Wahda. Shikabala will be in the spotlight throughout the season, along with the Grafites and Gyans.
Maradona will not be missed.
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