The Asian Football Confederation named 10 players to pick the best during September, which saw the first and second rounds of the final Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
Of the ten players, the Confederation chose 5 Arab players to win this title, including two Saudi players. Topping the list of players nominated for the best title in the first and second round of these qualifiers, Lebanese national team goalkeeper Mustafa Matar felt that Matar valiantly defended his goal, even though his team scored a point. in the two games.
Saudi national team players, striker Saleh Al-Shehri and defender Abdulelah Al-Maliki were on the list.
The Asian Confederation felt that Al-Shehri had presented his country’s team as a forward, to get Al-Akhdar with full points, six points in two games, as he scored a goal of the Saudi trio against Vietnam and scored the only winning goal in the Oman match.
The Continental Federation confirmed that Abdul-Ilah Al-Maliki was Al-Mizan’s pomegranate in the middle of the Al-Akhdar stadium, and completed 101 of 104 successful passes, and played a key role in Al-Akhdar’s victory in the two matches.
The list also included Emirati striker Ali Mabkhout, who, being in the right place and time, was in able to collect profit for the Emirates despite the draw with Syria.
Omani national team player Issam Al-Subhi established himself as one of the title candidates with his beautiful goal against Japan, which gave Oman a historic victory, including Iranian Ali Reza Jahanbakhsh and his compatriot Mahdi Tarimi, the Australian Agden Hrostic, the Japanese Ataru Ando and the South Korean Gwang An Beom.
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