Abderrazak Hamdallah - Bio, Net Worth, Age, Wife, Salary, Height, Wiki
Abderrazak Hamdallah is a Moroccan professional footballer who is currently playing for Al-Ittihad. His playing position is a striker. He started his professional career playing for Olympic Club de Safi. He later transferred to Aalesunds FK. After one season with them, he joined Guangzhou F.C. In 2015, he transferred to El Jaish, where he won the 2016 Qatar Cup. Next, he signed with the Qatari club Al-Rayyan and then joined Saudi Al Nassr. He also won the 2018–19 Saudi Professional League and two Saudi Super Cups. Internationally, Hamdallah played for Morocco national football team since 2012 and he has 17 caps and 6 goals. His shirt number is #9 for his current team and national team. He is nicknamed "the Executioner" for his goalscoring ability.
What is Abderrazak Hamdallah Known For?
- Abderrazak Hamdallah is a Moroccan footballer.
- Abderrazak is known for his position as a striker for the team, Al-Ittihad.
- He is described as an "unstoppable phenomenon", and is considered a prolific goalscorer.
Where is Abderrazak Hamdallah From?
Abderrazak Hamdallah was born on 17th December 1990 making him the present age of 31 as of 2021. He is from Safi, Morocco. His full name is Abderrazak "Abdo" Hamdallah. He was the youngest of seven children in the family. Whereas he has not disclosed the details about his parents' names to the media. He holds Moroccan nationality and his ethnicity is Mixed. He spoke about his childhood, stating: I started playing football in the street with other children of the city where I was born, Safi. As a teenager, I enrolled in a club in town. I was playing almost every day after school and all weekend. My older brother always supported me. He encouraged me to work hard. When it comes to his religion, he is a practicing Muslim and has been seen many times doing Umrah.
Abderrazak Hamdallah Football Career
- Abderrazak Hamdallah first played at Nejm Shabab Safi club before he moved to Olympic Club de Safi where his professional career began. He managed to score his first goal for the team against Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi and scored twice in his first appearance in the Moroccan Throne Cup against Raja CA. He finished the season scoring 15 goals.
- In the 2012–13 season, he scored 15 goals. He scored his first hat trick for the team against Wydad de Fès.
- Hamdallah then joined Tippeliga club Aalesund with a transfer fee of €1 million or 7.4 million Norwegian Krone for a three years. The transfer fee was the highest Aalesund has paid for a player ever.
- The player made his debut on 1 April 2013 against Sandnes Ulf and scored his first goal for the club, in a 2–0 win over Sarpsborg 08 on 14 April 2013.
- In his first season with the club, he scored 15 times in 27 appearances and was included in the Team of the Year.
- In February 2014, he joined Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F for a record fee of €4.5 million or 33,3 million Norwegian Krone.
- For the team, he scored his first hat trick of the season, in a 3–1 win over Shanghai Shenxin on 22 March 2014.
- Hamdallah scored the winning goal in a 1–0 win over against reigning champion, Guangzhou Evergrande.
- In his first season at Guangzhou R&F, he made 22 appearances and scored 22 times.
- Hamdallah also scored in the group stage of the AFC Champions League match against Gamba Osaka. It was announced on 3 July 2015 that Hamdallah would leave the club.
- On 24th July 2015, he joined El Jaish in the Qatar Stars League on a two-year contract with an option of extending for a third year.
- Hamdallah missed half of the season of 2016 due to a knee injury. On 25th April 2016, he scored in the semi-final in a 3–2 win against Al Sadd SC. They defeated Al-Duhail SC in the final as well.
- On 20th January 2017, he signed a contract until 2019 with Al-Rayyan SC. On 23rd August 2018, he terminated his contract with Al-Rayyan.
- On 23rd August 2018, he joined the club, Al Nassr in the Saudi Professional League & made his debut match against Al Qadsiah FC.
- In his second match, he scored his first goal for the club against Al Taawoun FC. By April 2019, he had scored 100 league goals, a record since the league became professional in 2007.
- In the 2018–19 season, he won league titles with his team. On 3rd January 2019, he scored a hat-trick against Al Jandal SC in the Round of 64 in the 2019 King Cup.
- After 10 days, he scored a hat-trick against Al Ansar FC. Further, he scored another super hat-trick against Al-Fayha FC in the Round of 16.
- On 27th April 2019, he scored a double in a 4–2 loss in the semi-final against Al Ittihad of the 2019 King Cup. By the end of 2019, he managed to beat several stars such as Robert Lewandowski and Lionel Messi as the world's top scorer after reaching 57 goals.
- On 4th January 2020, he scored in a 1–1 draw against Al Taawoun FC to win the 2019 Saudi Super Cup. He scored in a 3–0 victory against Al Hilal SFC to win the 2020 Saudi Super Cup on 30 January 2021.
- Hamdallah joined Al Ittihad FC in the Saudi Professional League on 16 December 2021. On 14th January 2022, he scored his first goal for the club in a Friendlies against Newcastle United.
- Next, he scored his first league goal against Al Raed FC. On 26th February 2022, he scored a hattrick in a 4–3 victory over Al Ahli in the Jeddah Derby becoming the first footballer to score a hattrick in the Jeddah Derby since the league became professional in 2007.
- On 2 August 2022, he was suspended by the Saudi football committee for four months with an 80 thousand dollar fine after a complaint by his former club. On 7th September 2022, the suspension has been uplifted making Hamdallah eligible to play the upcoming games.
Abderrazak Hamdallah International Career
- For the first time, Abderrazak Hamdallah was called up to the Morocco national under-23 football team on 22nd December 2009 for a week-long training camp.
- On 13th December 2010, he scored a goal against Libya's Under-23 team in the first game for Morocco in the 2010 UNAF U-23 Tournament, as Morocco went on to win the game 4–0.
- On 18th December 2010, he scored in a 2–1 victory against Cameroon's Under-23 team.
- On 9th June 2013, he scored his first goal for the Morocco national football team.
- He retired from international duty in November 2019.
- On 14 February, he announced his readiness to carry the Moroccan national team shirt without any conditions.
- On 6 November 2022, Hamdallah apologized to the Moroccan public for the behavior that got him terminated from representing the national team.
- On 10th November 2022, he was named in Morocco's 23-man squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Abderrazak Hamdallah Transfer News
- Al-Ittihad on 1 Jan 2022 for free
- Al-Nassr on 23 Aug 2018 for the fee of $6 Million
- Al-Rayyan on 1 Jul 2017 for free
- El-Jaish on 24 Jul 2015
- Guangzhou City on 28 Feb 2014 for the fee of 3.6M €
- Aalesunds FK on 25 Mar 2013 From Olympic Safi for the fee of €1 Million
Abderrazak Hamdallah Awards, Honours, and Achievements
- Qatar Cup: 2016
- Saudi Professional League: 2018–19
- Saudi Super Cup: 2019, 2020
- Botola Pro Top Scorer: 2012–13
- Aalesund Player of the Year: 2014
- Qatar Stars League Top Scorer: 2015–16 (21 goals)
- King Cup Top Scorer: 2018–19 (14 goals)
- Saudi Professional League Player of the Season: 2018–19
- Saudi Professional League Player of the Month: December 2018, March 2019, April 2019, August 2020, February 2022
- Saudi Professional League Golden Boot: 2018–19 (34 goals), 2019–20 (29 goals)
- Saudi Professional League Top Assists: 2018–19
- Al-Nassr Player of the Year: 2019
- Globe Soccer Awards Best Arab Player: 2019
- IFFHS World's Best Top Goal Scorer: 2019
- Asian Champions League Top Scorer: 2020
- Asian Champions League Team of the Tournament: 2016, 2020
- The historical top scorer in the Saudi King Cup: 21 goals
- The player who scored the most hat tricks in the history of the Saudi Professional League
- The player who scored the most super hat-tricks in the history of the Saudi Professional League
- Most scored player in one season in the Saudi Professional League: 2018–19
- Most scored player in one season in the Saudi King Cup: 2019
- The first player to score a hat-trick in the Jeddah derby
- The player with the longest goal-scoring run in the history of the Saudi Professional League: 13 times
- Most scored player in different clubs in one season in the Saudi Professional League: 14 clubs
Who is Abderrazak Hamdallah Wife?
Abderrazak Hamdallah is a married and family man. He tied the knot to his beautiful wife whose name is still a mystery. Details about their married date are also missing right now. He has maintained his married life low-key. The duo is blessed with a lovely son. Without a doubt, the husband and wife are leading a happy life with their children at present. His sexual orientation is straight and he is not gay.
How much is Abderrazak Hamdallah Net Worth?
Abderrazak Hamdallah is a talented footballer who has accumulated a net worth of $5 Million as of 2022. He has not disclosed the exact salary and career earnings to the media whereas it is assumed that his salary is around £20,000 weekly and £988,000 annually. His present market value is recorded at €3.00 million whereas his highest market value is €6.50 million as of January 2020. He is living a modest lifestyle from his career earnings. He might also be making a cool fortune from sports brands and endorsement deals.
What is Abderrazak Hamdallah Height?
Abderrazak Hamdallah stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches or 1.79 m or 179 cm. His body weight measures 75 KG. His body type is athletic and being a footballer, he has maintained his body a lot by doing frequent exercise. He has got a healthy body with a charming personality attracting a lot of people towards him. His eye color and hair color, both are black.
Trivias About Abderrazak Hamdallah You Need To Know.
- On 6 February 2022, he built a house for Rayan's parents after the Death of Rayan Aourram and asked all the celebrities to donate.
- His playing position is Striker.
- He was the youngest of seven children of the family.
- He practices Muslim and has been seen many times doing Umrah.