The AFC nominates Bawazir and Syrian Omar Khribin for the Best Player award in April

The AFC nominated players Khaled Bawazir from Sharjah Club, and Omar Khribin from Al Wahda Club to compete for the title of Player of the Month in the West Asian Leagues in light of the players ’performance and the results of their teams in the AFC Champions League, and their important role in leading Sharjah and Al Wahda to qualify from the Group League to the Round of the 16 of the tournament whose matches will be held next September.

The AFC confirmed in a report yesterday on its official website that Bawazir shined in his matches with Sharjah, by scoring 3 goals against the Iraqi Air Force with "two goals" and the Uzbek "Pakhtakor" and that he made two goals, and passed the ball 145 passes. Successful and created 4 chances for his teammates ... and that the Emirati club Sharjah emerged in the group stage and succeeded in winning the top of the second group with 11 points from six matches, and that Bawazir was one of the influential players in the team with his career to qualify for the round of 16 of the tournament.

On Omar Khribin, the AFC confirmed that, less than three months after moving to Al-Wehda, "Khribin", the best player in Asia in 2017, continued to shine and made strong performances in the group stage matches and contributed to the team's qualification to the round of 16 after strong competition in the group. Fifth, and that he began to shine in the preliminary round, "the supplement", and scored against Al-Zawra Al-Iraqi. Then he continued to shine in the group stage, scoring two goals against both Al Rayyan and Goa, creating a goal and creating 8 chances for his teammates, and completing 154 successful passes.

The list of nominated players also includes Khaled Bawazir and Omar Khribin, both Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah, the Saudi Al-Nasr player, Mohammed Al-Buraik, the Saudi Al-Hilal player, Michael Olonga, the Qatari Al-Duhail player, Omar Al-Somah, the Saudi Al-Ahly player, Ahmed Zureik, the Jordanian Al-Wehdat player, and Santi Casula, the Qatari Al-Sadd player.

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