Mohammed Ali Al-Biski - Goals in International Matches


The outstanding Libyan player, who scored 40 international goals in 70 international matches, has entered the symbolic but exclusive circle of players with Two Score Goals for their national team.


Cap  Goals     Date	Venue    	Opponent               Score	Competition

 1	      3- 9-61 	Casablanca	Kuwait            	2-2	Pan Arab Games
 2	      4- 9-61 	Casablanca	Morocco          	2-6 	Pan Arab Games
 3	      6- 9-61 	Casablanca	United Arab Republic   	1-2 	Pan Arab Games
 4   4	 4    8- 9-61 	Casablanca	Saudi Arabia    	5-1 	Pan Arab Games
 5	 4   10- 9-61 	Casablanca	Lebanon         	3-2 	Pan Arab Games
 6   2   6   11- 3-62 	Tripoli 	Tunisia          	6-3
 7   1   7    3- 6-62 	Tripoli 	Tunisia          	2-2
 8   1   8   14-11-64	Kuwait City	Lebanon         	2-1	Arab Nations Cup
 9	 8   16-11-64 	Kuwait City     Kuwait             	1-1	Arab Nations Cup
10   1   9   18-11-64 	Kuwait City     Jordan            	5-2	Arab Nations Cup
11	 9   20-11-64 	Kuwait City     Iraq            	1-1	Arab Nations Cup
12	 9   12- 3-65 	Tripoli 	Tunisia          	2-3	Tripoli Tournament
13   1  10   14- 3-65 	Tripoli 	Kuwait            	4-1	Tripoli Tournament
14	10   19- 3-65 	Tripoli 	Morocco          	1-0	Tripoli Tournament
15   4	14    2- 9-65 	Cairo   	Oman                   15-1	Pan Arab Games
16	14    3- 9-65 	Cairo   	Sudan           	2-4	Pan Arab Games
17	14    4- 9-65 	Cairo   	Syria              	6-3	Pan Arab Games
18   4	18    6- 9-65 	Cairo   	North Yemen            16-1	Pan Arab Games
19   1  19    9- 9-65 	Cairo   	United Arab Republic   	1-8	Pan Arab Games
20   2  21   10- 9-65 	Cairo   	Palestine       	4-2	Pan Arab Games
21	21   13- 2-66 	Gzira		Malta           	0-1
22   3	24   12- 3-66  	Tripoli         Morocco             	4-0	Tripoli Tournament
23	24   14- 3-66  	Tripoli       	Tunisia     		0-0	Tripoli Tournament
24	24   18- 3-66	Tripoli 	Iraq			0-2	Tripoli Tournament
25	24   27- 3-66 	Tripoli 	Malta           	0-1
26	24    1- 4-66 	Baghdad		Palestine       	0-0	Arab Nations Cup
27   7	31    3- 4-66 	Baghdad		Oman                   21-0 	Arab Nations Cup
28	31    4- 4-66 	Baghdad		Syria              	0-0	Arab Nations Cup
29   5	36    6- 4-66 	Kut		North Yemen            14-0	Arab Nations Cup
30   1  37    9- 4-66 	Baghdad 	Iraq            	1-3	Arab Narions Cup
31   3	40   10- 4-66 	Baghdad 	Lebanon         	6-1	Arab Narions Cup
32	40    9-12-66	Tripoli 	United Arab Republic	2-2	African Cup Qualifier
33	40   15- 2-67 	Athinai 	Greece           	0-4 
34	40    7- 3-67 	Tripoli 	Sudan           	1-1	Tripoli Tournament
35	40   12- 3-67 	Tripoli 	Iraq            	0-1	Tripoli Tournament
36	40   24- 3-67	Cairo   	United Arab Republic	2-3	African Cup Qualifier
37	40    8- 9-67 	Tunis   	Tunisia          	0-3	Mediterranean G.
38	40   11- 9-67 	Tunis   	Turkey Amateur  	0-1	Mediterranean G.
39	40   13- 9-67 	Tunis   	Spain Amateur       	1-1	Mediterranean G.
40	40    1-10-67 	Cairo   	United Arab Republic	2-3	African Cup Qualifier
41	40   15-10-67 	Tripoli 	United Arab Republic	2-2	African Cup Qualifier
42	40   26- 1-69 	Tripoli 	Ethiopia        	2-0	World Cup Qualifier
43	40    9- 2-69 	Addis Ababa	Ethiopia        	1-5	World Cup Qualifier
44	40   27-12-70 	Tripoli 	United Arab Republic	0-1	African Cup Qualifier

NB: North Yemen also called Lahej Sultanate at the time;
    United Arab Republic (1958-1971) temporary name for Egypt;
    more goals are being investigated; some sources say that he scored 48 goals.


Total Record

Matches  Won Draw Lost  For Against  Points  Percentage
    44    16   11   17   140-  81      43       48.86


Types of             Matches  Goals

Pan Arab Games		11	15
Arab Nations Cup	10	18
Tripoli Tournament	 8	 4
African Cup Qualifier	 5	 0
Friendlies		 5	 3
Mediterranean Games	 3	 0
World Cup Qualifier   	 2 	 0

Total caps / goals:     44	40


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Last updated: 13 Jan 2022

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