5 Arabs who competed in the Champions League final .. And the new one is Zayash and Mahrez

Chelsea player Hakim Ziyech will be the fourth Moroccan, Manchester City star Riyad Mahrez, the second Algerian, and the sixth and seventh Arab to play in the Champions League final, when their two teams meet tonight at El Dragao Stadium in Portugal.
Mahrez preceded his compatriot, legend Rabah Majer, who became the first Arab to hold the cup and score in the final, when he scored the first goal and made the second, and led his Portuguese team Porto to its first continental title, by defeating Bayern Munich (2-1). In the 1986-87 season finale.
Ziyech was also preceded by his compatriots Radwan Hajri, Mehdi Benatia and Achraf Hakimi. Hajri competed in the final with Benfica in the 1987-1988 season, and lost on penalties to PSV Eindhoven. ).
As for Hakimi, his Spanish team, Real Madrid, participated in qualifying for the 2018 final, before he was excluded by a technical decision from the meeting that ended with the Royal Club’s victory over Liverpool (3-1).
The Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, became the first Arab to participate in the European final twice in a row, as his team lost the 2018 final against Real Madrid, before winning the 2019 final against Tottenham, and the “Pharaoh” scored the first goal.

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