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Arab race in Europe | A disappointing week for our stars and the best newcomer!

Our stars abroad are going through very tough and tough seasons, during which they give their best in order to achieve championships and glory for themselves and their Arab countries in European stadiums.

At GOAL, we do a weekly rating for the Arab stars abroad who are in the five major leagues: English, Spanish, Italian, French and German, and each league has its own points factor based on the strength of competition in it.

The ranking of Arab stars, which you followed last season, is back this season with the same details, as the striker collects points for the minutes of participation, shots, goals and industries, while the midfielder gets them for cut balls and dangerous passes, and the defender and goalkeeper get them on the clean net and the attacks that are spoiled by everyone, And many other criteria that we don’t want to bother you with.

Therefore, we present to you the final result and the current form of the classification after the end of the 11th week of the season in the form of numbers and a final arrangement that will be updated successively over the course of the weeks:

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    11 Ranking from 11 to 20

    20 | Issa Mandy | Villarreal | Algeria | Week Points: 1.55 | Total points: 29.645

    19 | Younis Abdel Hamid | Reims | Morocco | Week Score: 3.975 | Total points: 30.625

    18 | Ezzedine Onahi | Angers | Morocco | Week Score: 3.4 | Total points: 30.86

    17 | Riyad Mahrez | Manchester City | Algeria | Week Points: 1.37 | Total points: 32.945

    16 | Sofiane Boufal | Angers | Morocco | Week Points: 1.36 | Total points: 33.07

    15 | Zakaria Abu Khalil | Toulouse | Morocco | Week Score: 1.9 | Total points: 33.14

    14 | Muntaser Al-Talbi | Lorient | Tunisia | Week points: 1.4 | Total points: 33.55

    13 | Adam and Nas | night | Algeria | Week Score: 3.91 | Total points: 34.76

    12 | Sufian Amrabat | Fiorentina | Morocco | Week points: 1.605 | Total points: 35.97

    11 | Mustafa Muhammed | Nantes | Egypt | attack | Week Score: 0.42 | Total points: 35.98

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    10. Dylan Brown Salirnitana Tunisia defender

    Week Score: 0.15 | Total points: 36.87

    Matches: 12 | Goals: 0 | Industries: 0 | Clean sheets: 2

    Continuing the levels he has shown since returning from the international break, and despite his team’s return to victories, the Tunisian was not at his best.

    Previous position: ninth

    League numbers:

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    9 Mehdi Bouroubaia | Spezia | Morocco | midfield

    Week points: 2.15 | Total points: 39.56

    Matches: 12 | Goals: 0 | Industries: 0

    His team lost with a clean goal against Salernitana, but despite that he played a more than good match and gave everything he had.

    Previous place: Eighth

    League numbers:

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    8 Elias Sakhiri | Colin | Tunisia | midfield

    Week Score: 1.65 | Total points: 39.97

    Matches: 17 | Objectives: 1 | Industries: 0

    In a disappointing 90 minutes against Mainz, the great star did not succeed in stopping the flood of hosts who won five clean goals, and did not play a good game at all.

    Previous place: Sixth

    League numbers:

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    7 Achraf Hakimi | Paris Saint-Germain | Morocco | defender

    Week points: 2.4 | Total points: 40.02

    Matches: 16 | Objectives: 2 | Industries: 2 | Clean sheets: 7

    Despite a clean sheet against Ajaccio in the French League, the Moroccan star appeared far from his level, as has been the case since returning from the last international break.

    Previous Rank: Seventh

    League numbers:

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    6 Abdel Hamid Sabry | Sampdoria | Morocco (star of the week)

    Week Score: 5.625 | Total points: 40.245

    Matches: 12 | Objectives: 2 | Industries: 1

    He made a goal against Ascoli in the cup and played a mediocre league match against Cremonese, but his team won with a clean goal.

    Previous position: 11

    League numbers:

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    5 Andy Delors | Nice | Algeria | attacker

    Week points: 0 | Total points: 41.87

    Matches: 15 | Objectives: 7 | Industries: 0

    He hasn’t played this week and his points are cumulative from previous weeks.

    Previous place: 4th

    League numbers:

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    4 Ramy Ben Sabaini | Borussia Monchengladbach | Algeria | defender

    Week Points: 1.52 | Total points: 48.44

    Matches: 12 | Objectives: 7 | Industries: 0 | Clean sheets: 3

    12 minutes in the cup was not enough to save his team from a 2-1 defeat against Darmstadt and in the league he did not do his best in the three-goal defeat against Frankfurt.

    Previous position: 3rd

    League numbers:

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    3 Said bin Rahma | West Ham | Algeria | Striker / Midfielder (Star of the Week)

    Week Score: 8.52 | Total points: 49,215

    Matches: 16 | Objectives: 3 | Industries: 2

    He presented low levels in the half hour he played against Liverpool, but he appeared more than good in the two-goal victory over Bournemouth and scored a goal from the penalty spot.

    Previous position: Fifth

    League numbers:

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    2 Ismail bin Nasser | Milan | Algeria | midfield

    Week points: 1.4 | Total points: 50.855

    Matches: 15 | Objectives: 1 | Industries: 0

    He made a very good match against Monza in the Italian League and was one of the stars of his team’s 4-1 victory.

    His previous position: second

    League numbers:

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    1 Mohamed Salah | Liverpool | Egypt | attacker

    Week Score: 5.325 | Total points: 97.065

    Matches: 16 | Objectives: 9 | Industries: 4

    After scoring a quartet last week, he made a lackluster return against West Ham and Nottingham in the Premier League and did nothing to show for it.

    His previous position: First

    League numbers:

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