Source: Arabic. Net
On Monday, the AFC said: More than 81,000 readers of the AFC website participated in the vote, as Gharib won 35% of the vote.
In second place was Jordanian player Ehab Al-Khawaldeh, with 32% of the vote, compared to 23% for Syrian Mohamed Fares Arnaout.
The continental union added through its website: More than one player appeared in the Saudi national team during the first round, as the team succeeded in taking the lead in the second group standings with 7 points from three games, after it beat Japan and Syria and drew with Qatar, but one of the most prominent Saudi stars during The three matches were midfielder Abdel-Rahman Gharib, who posed a great danger to the left wing, and was a source of great concern to the defenders of the opposite teams.