The current football season brought a happy ending for 3 professional Tunisian players in the European leagues; They have a great opportunity to win titles, which may have a positive impact on their participation with the “Carthage Eagles” in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, scheduled for the period between November 21 and December 18.

Defending midfielder Issa El-Aidouni, 25, began the series of Tunisian crowns by winning the Hungarian League title for the second season in a row with Frinkfarose, and also reached with him the final of the cup competition, in which he will face the Baxi team on Wednesday, May 11, which El-Aidouni’s companions will play with the ambition of winning the double. local in Hungary.

Al-Aidouni is considered the best dribbler in the Hungarian League this season, with a successful dribbler rate of 66.94%, which makes him among the most important candidates for the award for the best foreign professional in the tournament for the second consecutive season.

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Issam El Gebali grabs the spotlight in Denmark with his brilliance with the Odense team

The Tunisian national team striker, Issam Jebali, grabbed the spotlight with his return to brilliance with the Odense team after a faltering start to the season, and entering the list of the angry ones in the “Carthage Eagles” team, led by his team to play the Denmark Cup final against Mittelland on May 26.

Al-Jabali, 30, is presenting the best seasons of his professional career ever; He scored 10 goals, and also contributed to providing 4 assists, and became the best Tunisian scorer in Europe, equal to Wahbi Khazri, a professional of the French team Saint-Etienne.

For his part, Tunisian midfielder Mohamed El Hajj Mahmoud has a chance to lift the first title in his professional career in Europe with the Swiss Lugano team, which is preparing to face St. Gallen in the final match of the Swiss Cup, on Sunday (15 May).

Tunisians Issa El-Aidouni, Issam El-Jabali and Mohamed El-Haj Mahmoud are preparing to play final matches with their clubs

The former player for the Etoile du Sahel team qualified with his team Lugano to the final of the Swiss Cup, after beating Lucerne club on penalties, after the match ended in a tie (1-1), then in extra time (2-2).

Hajj Mahmoud, 22, participated in 13 matches in all competitions this season with his Swiss team, during which he scored two goals, since he signed for the team in October 2022.

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