He became a jewel in the eyes of the countrymen overnight by scoring a goal against Belgium in the 1986 World Cup.
He became an eye-opener for the countrymen overnight after scoring against Belgium in the 1986 World Cup. So far, Iraq’s only goal in the World Cup has come from his feet. Such a legend was snatched away by the coronavirus. The sports world cannot be saved from the clutches of Corona. One star after another is reported to have been attacked by Corona. This time, Iraqi football legend Ahmed Radhi died of a deadly virus. The people of Iraq respected him as a national hero. Radhi, 56, is the best footballer in Iraqi history. Iraq’s health minister has confirmed his death.
Radhi tested positive in the Corona Test last week. He was taken to a hospital in Baghdad. He was released from the hospital as his condition improved. But after a few hours he fell ill again. After that he did not respond to treatment. Radhi’s family members were thinking of taking her to Jordan for better medical care. But on Sunday he died.
Iraq won the Gulf Cup in 1974 and 1978. He was voted the best footballer of the year in Asia. Although he scored in the 198 World Cup, Iraq lost the match 2-1 against Belgium. Iraq dropped out of the group stage without collecting any points of service. He moved with his family from war-torn Iraq to the Jordanian capital, Amman, in 2006. He returned to Iraq a year later. Write your name in politics. But he lost the elections in 2014 and 2016.