Manchester United player, Zidane Iqbal, grabbed the spotlight during his participation, yesterday, Wednesday, in the “Red Devils” match against Young Boys at the end of the group stage matches of the Champions League.
With qualification already settled and first place in Group F, the interim coach of Manchester, Ralph Rangnick, chose to give rest to most of the key players, and preferred to involve many young people in the Young Boys meeting, among them Iqbal.
Iqbal went to the field as a substitute for Jesse Lingard, in the 89th minute of the match, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Who is Zidan Iqbal?
Zidan Ammar Iqbal was born on April 27, 2003 in Manchester, to a Pakistani father and an Iraqi mother, and holds dual British and Iraqi citizenship.
He joined Manchester in July 2019, and plays in the midfield position and is good at playing with the right foot.
Iqbal was called up to play for the Iraqi under-23 team in the West Asian Federation Championship last month, which helped them reach the semi-finals, before losing to Saudi Arabia.
Iqbal also appeared against the United Arab Emirates, and carried the captain’s badge before scoring against Lebanon.
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