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Badr Al-Mutawa equals the number of Ahmed Hassan, the dean of world players today, in the match 184


Badr Al-Mutawa, the player of Al-Qadisiyah Club and the Kuwait national team, has become the second most participating player in international matches in the world, close to snatching the title of Dean of World Players from the former Egyptian international Ahmed Hassan, where the Kuwaiti captain will equal the falcon number as the most player in international matches with 184 games when he leads His country’s national team will face Chinese Taipei at nine in the evening, Tuesday, as part of the Asian double qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup Qatar.


And according to the Qatari Al-Kas channel, which published a tweet through its special account for the cup: Bader Al-Mutawa, the captain of the Kuwaiti national team, returns to the basic formation against China Taipei today, and he will equal the number of the Egyptian Ahmed Hassan, the dean of world players with 184 games.


Al-Mutawa played for many Gulf clubs in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, and is considered one of the most participating players with the Kuwaiti national team, and is considered one of the most prominent players in the Gulf and Asia.


And Al-Mutawa became one match away from snatching the title of world dean from the former Egyptian international Ahmed Hassan, who tops the list of players in the most international matches with a score of 184.


While Ahmed Kanoo, the star of the Oman national team, ranks third with 180 matches, followed by Sergio Ramos, the star of Spain and Real Madrid, in fourth place with 178 matches, followed by former Saudi goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Deayea in fifth place with 178.


Bader Al-Mutawa, captain of the Kuwaiti national team, broke down in tears, after his country bid farewell to the Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.


The match camera caught Badr Al-Mutawa crying and lying on the ground, after confirming his country's farewell to the Asian qualifiers for the World Cup.


Jordan and Kuwait tied 0-0 last Friday at Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium in Kuwait, in Group B competitions in the second round of qualifying.


With this tie, the Kuwaiti team was eliminated from the qualifiers, after reaching point No. 11, 3 points ahead of Jordan, and 10 points from Australia, the leader.


As part of its qualifying campaign, the Kuwait team defeated Nepal 7-0 before losing to Australia 0-3 and drawing with Jordan 0-0, then beat China Taipei 9-0 and Nepal 1-0 and lost to Australia 0-3.

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