Ali Dyab - International Appearances


The outstanding Syrian player obtained 74 international caps with his National Team. All matches are friendlies unless stated otherwise.
Born: 23- 5-1982
Country: Syria
Caps:	74	(W33-D15-L25 – GF106-GA85 – %56.08)
Goals:	 3
Age First Cap: 21 yr 271 d  18- 2-2004 vs. Bahrain 1-2
Age Last Cap:  31 yr 176 d  15-11-2013 vs. Singapore 4-0
National Team Career: 9 yr 270 d 

Caps  Date 	Venue	 	Opponent       Score 	Competition

 1  18- 2-04	Arad    	Bahrain 	1-2	World Cup Qualifier
 2  23- 3-04	Jounieh 	Lebanon 	1-0	
 3  26- 3-04	Damascus	Palestine	1-1
 4  10- 6-04	Homs    	Tajikistan	3-1	World Cup Qualifier
 5   8- 9-04	Dushanbe	Tajikistan	1-0	World Cup Qualifier
 6  13-10-04	Damascus	Bahrain 	2-2	World Cup Qualifier
 7  17-11-04	Damascus	Kyrgyzstan	0-1	World Cup Qualifier
 8   2- 2-05	Saitama 	Japan   	0-3	Kirin Cup
 9   7- 2-06	Damascus	Palestine	3-0
10  22- 2-06	Aleppo  	South Korea	1-2	Asian Cup Qualifier
11  16- 8-06	Tehran  	Iran    	1-1	Asian Cup Qualifier
12   6- 9-06	Damascus	Iran    	0-2	Asian Cup Qualifier
13  11- 1-07	Dammam   	Saudi Arabia	1-2
14  16- 6-07	Amman   	Lebanon 	1-0	WAFF Tournament
15  18- 6-07	Amman   	Jordan  	1-0	WAFF Tournament
16  22- 6-07	Amman   	Iraq    	0-3	WAFF Tournament
17  18- 8-07	New Delhi	Bangladesh	2-0	Nehru Cup
18  21- 8-07	New Delhi	Kyrgyzstan	4-1	Nehru Cup
19  23- 8-07	New Delhi	India   	3-2	Nehru Cup
20  29- 8-07	New Delhi	India   	0-1	Nehru Cup
21   8-10-07	Damascus	Afghanistan	3-0	World Cup Qualifier
22  26-10-07	Damascus	Afghanistan	2-1	World Cup Qualifier
23   9-11-07	Jakarta 	Indonesia	4-1	World Cup Qualifier
24  18-11-07	Damascus	Indonesia	7-0	World Cup Qualifier
25  13- 1-08	Damascus	Qatar   	0-0	
26  23- 1-08	Manama  	Bahrain 	2-1	
27  27- 1-08	Zhongshan	China   	1-2	
28   6- 2-08	Tehran  	Iran    	0-0	World Cup Qualifier
29  26- 3-08	Damascus	UA Emirates	1-1	World Cup Qualifier
30  10- 5-08	Damascus	Oman    	2-1	
31  17- 5-08	Damascus	Iraq    	2-1	
32  24- 5-08	Riyadh  	Saudi Arabia	0-1	
33   2- 6-08	Damascus	Kuwait  	1-0	World Cup Qualifier
34   8- 6-08	Kuwait City	Kuwait  	2-4	World Cup Qualifier
35  14- 6-08	Damascus	Iran    	0-2	World Cup Qualifier
36  22- 6-08	Al-Ain  	UA Emirates	3-1	World Cup Qualifier
37  20- 8-08	Puerto La Cruz	Venezuela	1-4	
38  13-11-08	Kobe    	Japan   	1-3	Kirin Cup
39  27-12-08	Dammam   	Saudi Arabia	1-1
40  29-12-08	Riffa   	Bahrain 	2-2
41  14- 1-09	Aleppo  	China   	3-2	Asian Cup Qualifier
42  18- 1-09	Kuwait City	Turkmenistan	5-1
43  28- 1-09	Saida   	Lebanon 	2-0	Asian Cup Qualifier
44   1- 2-09	Dubai   	South Korea	1-1	
45  21- 3-09	Aleppo  	Qatar   	1-2	
46  27- 6-09	Montréal	Haiti   	2-1
47  20- 8-09	New Delhi	Kyrgyzstan	2-0	Nehru Cup
48  24- 8-09	New Delhi	Sri Lanka	4-0	Nehru Cup
49  27- 8-09	New Delhi	Lebanon 	1-0	Nehru Cup
50  29- 8-09	New Delhi	India   	1-0	Nehru Cup
51  31- 8-09	New Delhi	India    	1-1 [1]	Nehru Cup
52  14-11-09	Hanoi   	Vietnam 	1-0	Asian Cup Qualifier
53  18-11-09	Aleppo  	Vietnam 	0-0	Asian Cup Qualifier
54   6- 1-10	Guanghzou	China   	0-0	Asian Cup Qualifier
55  23- 1-10	Damascus	Sweden  	1-1	
56   3- 3-10	Damascus	Lebanon 	4-0	Asian Cup Qualifier
57   3- 9-10	Kuwait City	Kuwait  	0-3
58   8-10-10	Kunming 	China   	1-2	
59  14-11-10	Manama  	Bahrain 	2-0	
60  18-12-10	Sulaymaniyah	Iraq    	1-0	
61  22-12-10	Damascus	Iraq    	0-1
62  30-12-10	Abu Dhabi	South Korea	0-1
63   2- 1-11	Al-Ain  	UA Emirates	0-2	
64   9- 1-11	Al Rayyan	Saudi Arabia	2-1	Asian Nations Cup
65  13- 1-11	Doha    	Japan   	1-2	Asian Nations Cup
66  17- 1-11	Doha    	Jordan  	1-2	Asian Nations Cup
67   5- 7-11	Istanbul	Jordan  	3-1
68  15- 7-11	Muscat  	Oman    	1-1
69  23- 7-11	Amman   	Tajikistan 	awd [2]	World Cup Qualifier
70  28- 7-11	Tursunzade	Tajikistan 	awd [3]	World Cup Qualifier
71  10- 8-11	Astana  	Kazakhstan	1-1
72  17- 8-11	Saida   	Lebanon 	3-2
73  11-11-13	Baghdad 	Iraq    	1-2	
74  15-11-13	Tehran  	Singapore	4-0	Asian Cup Qualifier 

[1] Syria lost 4-5 on penalty kicks.
[2] although Syria won this game (2-1), FIFA awarded a 3-0 win to Tajikistan due
    to Syria fielding an ineligible player (George Mourad had previously represented
    Sweden in an a Under-21 UEFA Qualifier in 2003).
[3] although Syria won this game (4-0), FIFA awarded a 3-0 win to Tajikistan due
    to Syria fielding an ineligible player (George Mourad had previously represented
    Sweden in an Under-21 UEFA Qualifier in 2003). 

NB: the matches against Oman (3-1, 3-12-05 in Doha, West Asian Games), Iraq (2-2,
    3-4 penalty kicks, 10-12-05 in Doha, West Asian Games) and Sierra Leone U-20
    (6-0, 5- 6-09 in Damascus) were not full A for FIFA and are therefore not
    included here. 

Total Record

Matches  Won Draw Lost  For Against  Points  Percentage
    74    34   15   25   111-  86      83       56.08

Types of Matches
Friendlies		30
World Cup Qualifier	17
Asian Cup Qualifier	10
Nehru Cup		 9
Asian Nations Cup	 3
WAFF Tournament		 3
Kirin Cup		 2 

Total 			74

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