The Asian Football Confederation reviewed the history of the historical striker of Kuwait, Bashar Abdullah.
Bashar Abdullah, born in 1977, started in the Salmiya Club in 1994 at the age of 17 years old. The young striker also contributed in Kuwait’s achievement of Gulf 13 and 14 in the years 1996, 1998.
Bashar Abdullah contributed in three goals in three participations in the Asian Cup, as he was also present in Kuwait’s historic victory over Bhutan with a score of 20-0, in which he scored 8 goals.
The Kuwaiti star’s career spanned from 1996 to 2007, during which he played 134 games, scoring 75 goals, to be on the throne of Kuwait’s Blue scorer.
On the club level, Bashar Abdullah defended the colors of the clubs of Salmiya, Kuwait, Saudi’s Al Hilal, Al Rayyan, Al Arabi in Qatar and United Arab Emirate’s Al Ain. He won the Kuwaiti League title twice with Salmiya, and the Prince’s Cup and Al Kharafi Cup before he put an end to a path full of achievements in 2013.