One of the stars of the Annabi battalion that made a new history for Qatari football, a sniper commander who caught the eye and became one of the elements that Al Annabi fans depend on in major international forums. The most important event in his football career.
Hassan Al-Haydos, who was born in Doha on December 11, 1990, started his career as a tennis player, but he used to play football with his friends, to quickly fascinate him to the first team. He played for the first team at the age of seventeen, to start a special career of football giving with the leader.
Al-Haydos won many local titles with Al-Sadd, including the Qatar League three times, the Qatar Cup twice, the Emir Cup four times, the Crown Prince Cup twice, the Oredo Cup twice, the Sheikh Jassim Cup three times, and he also won the award for the best Qatari player twice.
At the continental level, Al Sadd glowed in 2011 and won the AFC Champions League title, and among its stars was Al Haydos, who scored in a penalty shootout in the final against Jeonbuk Hyundai of South Korea.
Al-Haydos appeared in the Club World Cup, during which Al-Sadd achieved a historic achievement by occupying third place.
As for the national teams, he appeared for the first time with the Olympic team in 2007, when he came off the bench to score a late goal against Japan in the summer Olympic qualifiers and contribute to the 2-1 victory. He also played a major role in the 2012 Summer Olympic qualifiers when he became captain of Al Annabi. He scored a goal against India and played in all the group stage matches. Al-Haydos was a key element in the last decade that witnessed many achievements, starting when he achieved the Gulf Cup tournament that was held in Riyadh in 2014, and scored a goal against Oman in the semi-final match, preceded by qualifying for the 2010 World Cup.
But the pinnacle of football brilliance was embodied at the beginning of 2019 during the Asian Cup in the UAE, which witnessed the entry of Qatari football into continental history from its widest doors, after the captain of the team, Hassan Al Haidos, presented the championship trophy for the first time in the history of his country, and Al Annabi dazzled everyone during that timeless competition in the minds of the masses. When it achieved 7 victories without any defeat or draw, scoring 19 goals against one goal, which was conceded in the final match against Japan, to leave Al-Haydos and his companions a historical imprint in the records of the continental championship, and Al-Annabi starred in the European qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup Qatar, and was the owner of Qatar’s two goals against Azerbaijan.
Emir of Qatar Cup (4): 2007, 2014, 2015, 2017.
Qatar Crown Prince Cup (4): 2007, 2008, 2017, 2020
Sheikh Jassim Cup (4): 2007, 2014, 2017, 2019.
Qatar Stars Cup (1): 2010
AFC Champions League (1): 2011
Third place in the FIFA Club World Cup: 2011
Asian Cup (1): 2019
Gulf Cup (1): 2014
Qatar Football Association – Most Promising Player (1): 2008
Doha Stadium Best Player in Qatar (1): 2014
Best player in the Qatar Football Association (1): 2015