Rabat - With only one game left for the football Qatari club Lekhwiya to end the season, the team already secured a fifth title.
Rabat – With only one game left for the football Qatari club Lekhwiya to end the season, the team already secured a fifth title.
Led by the Algerian coach Jamal Belmadi, Lekhwiya largely owes the championship to its Moroccan striker Youssef El Arabi.
Despite losing his place as Morocco’s centre forward, El Arabi nonetheless has had a great season in Qatar.
With 24 gaols this season and his main rival, Algerian Baghdad Bounjah, being absent from the next game, El Arab is due to end the season as top scorer.
The former Granada striker will be the second Moroccan in row to win the golden foot in Qatar after Abderazak Hamadallah.
El Arabi was the main striker of Moroccan football team since 2012 before being replaced by newcomers such as Aziz Bouhaddouz and Youssef Enneceri.
Youssef El Arabi moved to Lekwiya last summer after 4 season with Granada. He became the team’s top scorer in La Liga.