Omar Al Somah becomes Saudi Arabian League all-time top scorer
The Syrian striker broke Nasser Al-Shamrani's record to become the Saudi Arabian League's all-time highest goalscorer by scoring his 127th goal in the competition.
The Syrian striker of Al-Ahly Omar Al Somah has become the all-time record goalscorer of the Saudi Arabian league after notching his 127th goal in the competition. It came against Al-Fateh in the ninth matchday of the Saudi pro league, breaking the previous record set by Nasser Al-Shamrani and leading his team to an important win.
Syria have historic scorer
Al-Shamrany's figures have remained untouched for years until Al-Ahly's talisman managed to break it this season to stand out alone on top of the Saudi-Arabian highest goalscorers list.
Al Somah joined Al-Ahly in 2014 from Al-Qadsiah of Kuwait and has excelled since than breaking records and growing as one of the most prominent players in the history of the club, playing a huge part in the Saudi league title win in 2016, a first in 30 years.
Omar Al Somah's #SaudiProLeague journey started in 2014... 🟢⚪️— Saudi Pro League (@SPL_EN) December 22, 2020
6 years later... he writes his name in the history books as he becomes the all-time top scorer with 1⃣2⃣7⃣ goals!@omaralsomah 👏🎬pic.twitter.com/YwdCz7fPvo
The Syrian striker started his career in his homeland at Al Foutoua club then joined Kuwaiti Al-Qadsiah, where he caught the attention with his stunning form, before Al-Ahly secured his signature in 2014.
Al-Ahly currently lie in second place of the Saudi Pro League standings with 19 points taken from six wins, a draw, and two losses. Al-Hilal are top with 22 points after the first nine rounds of the competition.
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