Al Duhail First Team of Football Captain Al Moez Ali is anticipating the AFC Annual Awards Ceremony, which will be held at 8 pm today at Al Mayassa Theater in the Qatar National Convention Center, where our player was shortlisted for the Top Player in the Continent award, which includes alongside him the Saudi player Salem Al Dosari (Al Hilal), and the Australian player Matthew. Leckie (Melbourne).
Al Moez, born on 19 August 1996, succeeded in leading the Qatari national team to win the 2019 AFC Asian Cup title in the UAE, after scoring 9 goals, breaking the record recorded by Iranian player Ali Daei (8 goals), and winning the best player award in the tournament.
Last season, Al Moez led the team to win the trible titles QSL, Ooredoo Cup and Qatar Cup, and reached the semifinal round of the AFC Champions League with the team for the first time in its history.
- 2014: He won the AFC U19 Asian Cup, which was held in Myanmar.
- Participated in the FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand.
He played his first match with the Qatari national team versus Iraq on 08 August 2016.
- Top goal scorer in the AFC U23 Asian Cup and the bronze medalist.
- He won the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 title with the national team.
- AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 top goal scorer award.
- AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 best player award.
- The second fastest player in the Asian Cup to score a super hat-trick (4 goals) versus North Korea in 2019, in 51 minutes.
- The first player in the history of football to score goals in three different continental tournaments. After scoring in the AFC Asian Cup, in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, and in the CONMEBOL Copa America.