Abdullah Al-Khaibri, the Saudi Al-Nasr player, celebrated the first goal in his sports career on Tuesday, after scoring his team’s second goal against Abha in the quarter-finals of the King’s Cup.
Al-Khaibari scored his first goal with Al-Nasr and the first in his sports career, which began about 6 years ago, after he scored the second Al-Nasr goal against Abha, 20 minutes after the start of the confrontation.
Al-Khaibari appeared for the first time at the adult level in February 2017 when he was a player with Al-Shabab Club against Al-Khaleej in a meeting that ended in a 1-1 draw, after which he played 30 matches in the league and one in the King’s Cup without any success in scoring, until he moved to Al-Nasr in January 2019.
After moving to Al-Nasr, the defensive midfielder played 116 matches in the league championships, the King’s Cup, the AFC Champions League and the Super Cup without scoring any goal, but in return he provided 4 assists, the last of which was against Al-Ettifaq in the final price of the King’s Cup last edition.
At the international level, Al-Khaibri played 5 matches with the Saudi national team, and he was unable to score any goal.
And after playing 10,326 minutes in the past years (equivalent to 172 hours), Al-Khaibri finally celebrated scoring his first goal in his professional career.