FIFA announced today the results of the poll conducted on its official account on the social networking site "Twitter", concerning the selection of the best goalkeeper in the history of football in the African continent.

And revealed, "FIFA" that the audience of respondents chose the historical Moroccan goalkeeper Badou Zaki (64 years), ahead of the Egyptian veteran Issam El-Hadary, then came the fourth famous Cameroonian goalkeeper Joseph Antoine, but third, and fourthly the Cameroonian Thomas Nkono. Zaki won 31%, compared to 28.1% for Al-Hadary.

It is noteworthy that Badou Zaki presented a busy march with the Moroccan national team, and he was one of the most prominent elements who reached the second round in the World Cup Mexico 1986, in the first Arab and African achievement, and lost in this role with great difficulty and with a goal of zero in front of the German West giant with the goal of Lothar Matthews.

Badou Zaki has previously won the African Golden Ball, and is considered one of the most prominent guards in the history of the Wydad team, and he also presented bus years during his successful professional experience in the Spanish team Majorca between 1986 and 1992, and is considered one of the icons in the history of the club. On the other hand, it was not surprising that Al-Hadary’s choice was one of the most important guards in the history of the Egyptian team, and he held the world record as the oldest guard.

It is noteworthy that Zaki had successful professional experiences, most notably when he reached with the Moroccan national team the 2004 African Nations Cup final, and narrowly lost 2-1 to the Tunisian national team host.

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