What is Meshaal Barsham recent Net worth?
Who is Meshaal Barsham?
Meshaal Barsham (born 14 February 1998) is a Qatari football goalkeeper of Sudanese heritage who plays for Al Sadd and the Qatar national team.
Barsham started for Al Sadd in their away game against Esteghlal on August 27, 2018, in the 2018 AFC Champions League quarter-finals. The match was won by Al Sadd 3–1.
Mutaz Essa Barshim, the Olympic gold medallist in the high jump, is his younger brother.
- Sheikh Jassim Cup: 2019
- Qatari Stars Cup: 2019–2020
- Emir Cup: 2020, 2021
- Qatar Cup: 2020, 2021
- Qatar Stars League: 2018–2019, 2020–2021
Al Sadd goalkeeper Meshaal Barsham has played in the great majority of their Stars League matches in 2020/2021, appearing in 18 games and accumulating 1,620 minutes of playing time. Across their 22 games, he has started all 18 of these appearances.
Barsham last appeared in the league on April 6 for Al Sadd versus Al Rayyan, when he played 90 minutes in a 2-1 victory. He has eight clean sheets this season, which is the most in the tournament. Barsham appeared in two Stars League games for Al Sadd last season.
Meshaal Barsham Timeline
Meshaal Barsham in 2018
Barsham started for Al Sadd in their away game against Esteghlal on August 27, 2018, in the 2018 AFC Champions League quarter-finals.
Barsham struggled to make touch with a delicate header directed to him by teammate Boualem Khoukhi in the 12th minute of the game.
As a result, the slow-moving ball narrowly passed under his foot, and he was given credit for his own goal. Despite this, his team went on to win the game 3–1.