Al-Nani scored a goal in a quadruple that swept his Arab guest, Egypt, and confirmed the top of his group in the upcoming African Nations Championship qualifiers, for which he pre-qualified.
“I searched for the word that describes my feeling after I registered in front of the Comoros Islands, and I did not find anything,” Alnni said in a tweet he wrote on his personal account on Twitter.
“Does that really tell you how happy I was?”
Al-Nani missed the Kenya match a few days ago, which opened the door to speculation about a dispute with Hossam Al-Badri, the coach of the national team, but what happened during the Comoros match denied that completely.
Al-Badri praised Nini after the victory over the Comoros, saying, “We are used to the response in the stadium and this is what we showed in the match, and now we will start preparing for the most difficult journey, which is the World Cup qualifiers.”
He added, “Al-Nani wanted to go out to the media to clarify the situation that there is no crisis, but I asked him to focus and not listen to rumors.”
“I do not know who is spreading these rumors and what is the purpose behind them,” he continued on the Ontime Sport channel.
He pointed out, “It is impossible to think of not involving a specific player so that the captaincy of the national team will go to another player. The act of awarding the badge to Salah is very impressive and indicates that this duo is of great value to the team.”