Ahmed Khalil (Emirati Footballer)

Ahmed Khalil (Emirati Footballer)

This is an Arabic name; the family name is Al-Junaibi.

Ahmed Khalil Sebait Mubarak Al-Junaibi (Arabic: أحمد خليل‎; born 8 June 1991 in Sharjah), is an Emirati footballer. who currently plays as a forward for Al-Ahli and United Arab Emirates national team.

In 2006, Ahmed won the 2006 Under 17 Gulf Cup of Nations with UAE U17, in which he was top scorer with five goals. Later in the same years, he joined the first team. The following season with Al-Ahli, Ahmed won his first club honour, the President Cup, and was the top scorer with four goals. In 2008, Ahmed won Super Cup and his first Pro-League 2008–09, and with UAE U20 won the AFC U-19 Championship 2008, and was named player of the tournament and the top scorer with four goals. He was named the Al-Ahram and Al Hadath Most promising Arab player of the Year and the Asian Young Footballer of the Year. And in 2009, Ahmed led UAE U20 to the Quarter-finals in the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup, and scored two goals in the tournament, And was named for the second consecutive time Al-Ahram Most promising Arab player of the Year and the runner-up for the Asian Young Footballer of the Year. In 2010, Ahmed continued his outstanding performance, by leading UAE Olympic football team. to win the 2010 Under 23 Gulf Cup of Nations by scoring five goals in the tournament and win the top scorer, and for the first ever Football silver medal in UAE history at the Asian Games and scored three goals in it. He was named the Best Young Athlete Player of the Year by Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Creative Sports Award.

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