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Goals and assists from African players in the Middle East: April 27-29

After a slow start to life at Qatari club Al Markhiya, Moroccan midfielder Driss Fettouhi is becoming a major contributor for the club in their return to the Qatar Stars League after gaining promotion for the 2022-23 campaign. The 33-year-old product of Wydad AC’s youth academy struck twice in Markhiya’s 3-1 victory at Al-Shamal on Friday and now has four goals in his last three matches for the club who are now certain to retain their top division status for next season. Fettouhi was a highly regarded youth player who moved to French club Le Havre at the age of eighteen after participating in a reality television show called “Golden Boot” in his native country and is excelling in Middle Eastern club football.

Watch Fettouhi’s goals as well as all the other goals and assists from African players based in the top divisions of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates below.

Saudi Pro League

Abderrazak Hamdallah (Morocco) converts two penalty kicks including the match winner deep into second half stoppage time in a victory for Al-Ittihad over Al-Shabab

Knowledge Musona (Zimbabwe) cross for Amir Sayoud (Algeria) to score the only goal in a victory for Al-Tai over Abha

André Biyogo Poko (Gabon) heads in the final goal to complete a comfortable victory for Al-Khaleej over Al-Fayha

Fayçal Fajr (Morocco) scores from the penalty spot to equalize in Al Wehda’s draw at Al-Fateh

Qatar Stars League

Michael Olunga (Kenya) boosts his season total to nineteen goals by scoring twice in Al-Duhail victory at Umm-Salal

Dries Fettouhi (Morocco) scores twice and Zé Turbo (Guinea-Bissau) adds the other in a victory for Al Makhiya away from home

Baghdad Bounedjah (Algeria) strikes late to finish off a victory for Al-Sadd against Al Rayyan

Adil Rhaili (Morocco) heads in an equalize for Umm-Salal in eventual defeat to Al-Duhail

Gelson Dala (Angola) sets up a late winning goal for Al Wakra at Al Arabi

UAE Presidents Cup

Kodjo Laba (Togo) equalizes for Al Ain in the President’s Cup final in an eventual defeat to Al Sharjah on penalty kicks

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