‘Qatar Messi’ Nam Tae-hee (32, Al Duhail) is breaking the silence and storming the goal.
Nam Tae-hee recently showed off her peak skills by scoring consecutive goals in her team’s matches held three days apart.
Nam Tae-hee scored the winning goal in the 33rd minute of the second half in the 13th round of the 2022 Qatar Stars League (QSL) against Al Marqiya held at the Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium, the home stadium of Al Duhail located in Doha, Qatar on the 13th.
After the first half ended 0-0, Al Duhail, who was dragged by Ali Al Muhanadi’s opening goal in the 10th minute of the second half, returned the match to the starting point with Khaled Mohammed’s equalizer in the 28th minute of the second half.
Nam Tae-hee, who started as a central attacking midfielder, passed the ball to forward Michael Olunga near the penalty arc in the 31st minute of the second half and ran quickly into the penalty box.
Olunga took advantage of Nam Tae-hee’s momentary movement and took advantage of the gap in the opponent’s defense line, and fired a sharp left-footed mid-range shot to turn the ball over.
Two minutes later, Nam Tae-hee, who received a sensational pass from Olunga this time, scored the key goal with a sensational left-footed shot in front of the goalkeeper. League 4 goal. Al Duhail, who won 3-1, went on an undefeated streak of 6 wins and 12 matches in a row. They consolidated their lead with 32 points.
In the Qatar Cup semi-final against Al Wakrah held at the same home stadium on the 10th, three days ago, Nam Tae-hee presented the team with a ticket to the final by scoring a come-from-behind goal in the 27th minute of the second half when Olunga’s equalizer set the balance weight 1-1.
Nam Tae-hee, who had not scored for over a month since scoring against Algarafa on January 5, scored two goals in a row. He will compete for the Qatar Cup title with Jung Woo-young’s team, Al Sadd, in April. 바카라사이트
Nam Tae-hee made her professional debut in Valenciennes, France in 2009 and joined Al Duhail (then Lekwiya) in 2012, and has been living in Qatar for over 10 years. After playing for Al Sadd in 2019-2021, he returned to Al Duhail again.
Nam Tae-hee is called ‘Qatari Messi’ and ‘Qatar Prince’. He has won 6 league titles, 5 Emir of Qatar Cups, 5 Qatar Cups and 3 Sheikh Jassim Cups in Qatar alone. In 2017 he was voted Qatar Player of the Year.
He was selected as the Korean national team in 2011 and scored 7 goals in 54 A matches until last year. Nam Tae-hee, who failed to qualify for the 2022 Qatar World Cup finals due to frequent injuries, is appealing to the new national team coach with her recent upsurge.