Syrian Omar Alsumah is going through a real crisis in the Saudi League
Syrian star Omar Al-Somah scored a negative record, his first since joining Al-Ahly Jeddah in 2014, after he failed to score for the fourth consecutive match in the Saudi Football League.
The decline in Omar Al-Somah's level affected Al-Ahly's results, whose balance stuck at 35 points in third place by losing to Al-Faisaly 1-2, Saturday, in the 21st round of the league, compared to 41 points for the leaders of youth and 36 points for the runner-up Hilal, before the last two confrontations in the same round.
Al-Somah is late on the scorers' list, as he scored only nine goals and placed him in tenth place, while Frenchman Pavitimbi Gomez tops the list with 14 goals.
What reflects the decline in the level of Somah is his inability to score even from the penalty mark, as he missed a penalty kick in front of Al-Faisali's goal, which may double the bad psychological state of the player.
Al-Somah had won the Saudi League's top scorer title in three consecutive season (2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017), while he finished runner-up in three seasons ... and following the goals of the Syrian star throughout his appearance in the Saudi League:
Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah (top scorer in the league) 29 goals
Omar Al-Somah (third scorer) 19 goals
Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah (top scorer) 35 goals
Omar Al-Somah (fifth scorer) 19 goals
Rooney Fernandez (top scorer) 13 goals
Omar Al-Somah (runners-up) 11 goals
Omar Al Somah (top scorer in the league) 24 goals
Omar Al Somah (top scorer in the league) 27 goals
Omar Al Soma (top scorer in the league) 22 goals
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