The Syrian international, Omar Al-Soma, loaned from the ranks of Al-Ahly Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to Al-Arabi, held the record as the best scorer in the history of the Asian continent, with his brace in Al-Arabi’s 3-0 victory over Al-Sadd, yesterday evening, Friday, in the final match of the Qatar Cup.
And with that double that Al-Somah scored in crowning Al-Arabi with the title of the Emir’s Cup at the expense of Al-Sadd, the Syrian player alone holds the record as the best scorer in the history of Asia, after raising his score to 302 goals, to surpass the legend of Al-Nasr Club and the Saudi national team, Majid Abdullah, the historical top scorer in the Asian continent, with a score of 301. Goal.
Adel Al-Somah equalized, with the first goal, Majed Abdullah, and surpassed him with the second goal, according to AFC data.
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Al-Somah had joined the ranks of Al-Arabi Al-Qatari during the recent summer transfers, coming from the Saudi Al-Ahly club on loan, after it was relegated to the first division, “Yellow”, for the first time in its history.
It is noteworthy that the management of Al-Ahly Jeddah Club began to discuss the technical feasibility of Omar Al-Soma, who was loaned in the current season to Al-Arabi Al-Qatari, after Al-Raqi’s rise again to the Saudi Roshan Professional League, starting next season.