“The Asian” is nominated Mabkhout to win the Player of the Month award in the West Asian Leagues

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Dubai: “The Gulf”

The Asian Football Confederation praised the distinguished tender of Al-Jazira club and national team star Ali Mabkhout last February in the Arabian Gulf League, who led his team thanks to his 9 goals scored during this month to the top of the Arab Gulf League championship, and surpassed Sharjah, the first place holder in the previous rounds. At home, with three clean goals.
The report that Ali Mabkhout was nominated to win the title of Player of the Month in the West Asian Leagues confirmed that the Emirati star Ali Mabkhout remains a milestone in the ranks of Al Jazeera, indicating that the player scored 9 goals during the month of February, including “hat-trick” twice, to help his team stand alone at the top of the general standings. .
The expanded report indicated that Mabkhout continues to be the top scorer in the Arab Gulf League championship with (17) goals, and that he is making his way strongly to be the most goal-scoring player in the history of Emirati football, as he is only two goals away from the former international goal-scorer Fahd Khamis, who has 165 goals. He is expected to add 10 goals to his tally, which were not counted for him from the unfinished 1990 season.
It is worth noting that Ali Mabkhout did not limit his role this season to the 17 goals he scored for his team in the tournament, but he succeeded in making 8 other goals with decisive passes for his fellow players, and thus he alone contributed to 25 goals, directly and indirectly, out of a total of 47 goals he scored His team is in the competition.
Ali Mabkhout is competing in the AFC nominations to win the title of best player in West Asia: Argentine player Ever Banega, a professional in the Saudi youth ranks, French striker Pavitembe Gomez, a professional in the ranks of Al Hilal Saudi Arabia, Bahraini Mohammed Jassim Marhoon, player of Riffa Club, and Hammadi Ahmed, player of Al Quwa Club. Al-Jawiya Al-Iraqi, Muhammad Marmur, the Syrian Tishreen player, Khaldoun Al-Helman, the Palestinian Al-Khalil youth player, Ala Al-Din Daly, the Kuwaiti Al-Arabi player, and Santi Cazorla, the Qatari Al-Sadd player, but Ali Mabkhout beats them all in the number of times he hit the net during the past month with a score of 9 times, followed by the French Pavitembe Gomez, with 7 goals.





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