Yasser Al-Qahtani #20 Saudi Arabia National Team Match Worn Shirt vs Argentina National Team match played at Riyadh November 14, 2012. Provenance: Argentina National Team Member.
Museum Piece from Saudi Arabia Legend and Asia Player of The Year 2007.
Shirt has match date!
Yasser Saeed Al-Qahtani (born 10 October 1982) is a former footballer from Saudi Arabia who played as a striker for Al-Hilal FC in the Saudi Professional League. He was also captain of the Saudi Arabian national team. In 2005, Al-Qahtani moved to Al-Hilal from Al-Qadisiyah for a reported £5.31 million transfer fee. After leading Saudi Arabia to the finals of the 2007 AFC Asian Cup as one of the tournament's top scorers, he won the Asian Footballer of the Year award. He went on trial at Manchester City in December. In 2011, struggling for form following injuries and having lost his place in the Al-Hilal starting lineup, Al-Qahtani joined United Arab Emirates club Al Ain on a season-long loan. There he contributed to the club's first league title since 2004 scoring 7 goals in 15 league appearances, and 12 goals in a total of 26 games across all competitions. Having regained his form he returned to Al-Hilal after the loan spell ended.Coached by Sami Al-Jaber and Lauren?iu Reghecampf, Al-Qahtani reached the finals of the 2014 AFC Champions League with Al-Hilal where his team finished runners up losing to Western Sydney Wanderers in the final 1–0 on aggregate. International career : 2006 World Cup Al-Qahtani played in the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany where he scored a goal against Tunisia. In 2007 Asian Cup At the 2007 AFC Asian Cup, Saudi Arabia reached the final under new Brazilian coach dos Anjos with Al-Qahtani becoming the tournament's top scorer.
Shirt details: Nike Trademark. Made in Thailand. Size L. Saudi Arabia shield and match date stamped on the shirt. Nike logo stitched on the shirt. Number stamped on the shirt. See photos for more details!!