Al-Jazeera and the national team striker Ali Mabkhout advanced to seventh place in the list of world scorers in 2021, after he scored three (hat-trick) goals in the friendly match between the national team and India, the day before yesterday, which ended with the victory of “Al-Abyad” with six unanswered goals, as part of the team’s preparations. For the double qualifiers for both the 2022 World Cup and the 2023 AFC Asian Cup.
Mabkhout raised his score to 13 goals in nine matches he played with Al-Jazira and the national team in 2021, to advance to seventh place in the world scorers’ list, which Polish star Robert Lewandowski tops by scoring 18 goals in 13 games.
According to the “Transfer Market” website, which specializes in the transfer market for players and football statistics, Barcelona and Argentina star Lionel Messi came in second place, scoring 16 goals in 12 matches, followed by Brazilian player Tardelli Reyes, who scored 15 goals in 13 games with Thailand’s Prakan City team, while the list saw Al Wasl player and the national team Fabio Lima in tenth place with 12 goals in nine matches.
On the other hand, Ali Mabkhout was tied with Lionel Messi in second place, each scoring a goal every 62 minutes. Robert Lewandowski, the Zambian national team player and Red Bull Salzburg, Austrian Batson Dhaka, came in first with a goal rate every 61 minutes, while Fabio Lima came in third place by scoring one goal each. 64 minutes played.
Ali Mabkhout achieved another achievement after he advanced to the 17th position in the world in the list of the most goals-scoring players at the international level with teams and clubs, after the historic goal-scorer for the Al-Jazira team raised his score to 68 goals in 87 international matches he fought, equal to both the Egyptian Hossam Hassan and the Irish Robbie Kane. And Guatemalan Carlos Ruiz, but Mabkhout beats the three players by having the best goalscoring average, scoring a goal every 78 minutes.
Although Mabkhout is ranked 17th in the world, he practically ranks third in the world in the list of world scorers who continue to play and have not quit football, as the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo tops this list by scoring 102 goals in 172 international matches he fought, and separating the Italian Juventus player from The world’s best scorer for international matches, Iranian Ali Daei has only seven goals.
Argentine Lionel Messi ranks second, scoring 71 goals in 142 international matches with Tango and Barcelona, then Ali Mabkhout in third place, who surpassed Robert Lewandowski, after Mabkhout scored three goals, the day before yesterday, with the national team. Munich, Germany, to fourth place with 66 goals in 118 international matches.
Figures from goals Mabkhout
– Equal to Messi scoring a goal every 62 minutes.
– He advanced to the 17th position in the world in the list of the most goals scored at the international level, with national teams and clubs, with 68 goals in 87 international matches.
– The third best international scorers in the world “not retired” behind Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
– The list of scorers for 2021 is led by Poland’s Lewandowski, scoring 18 goals in 13 games.
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