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Lebanese Players Abroad: Week 1, July 2020

3. Liga, Germany (tier 3)

Hilal El-Helwe – SV Meppen

Hilal El-Helwe is the player of the week! He scored 2 goals and provided one assist in two games!

On July 1st, El-Helwe scored one goal against SC Preußen Münster (0-3).

On July 5th and in the last game of the 3. Liga season, El-Helwe scored one goal and provided one assist as his team beat Eintracht Braunschweig (4-3).

1. HNL, Croatia (tier 1)

Bassel Jradi – HNK Hajduk Split

The last part of the HNL season for HNK Hajduk Split is a dramatic one, with 4 defeats in the last 5 games.

Bassel was a starter in their two games this week, both of which ended in two defeats (HNK Gorica 3-1 HNK Hajduk Split | HNK Hajduk Split 0-1 NK Osijek).

Unfortunately, Hajduk are now ranked 5th. They are one point away from the Europa League qualifiers, with 3 games to go!

Persian Gulf Pro League, Iran (tier 1)

Mehdi Khalil, Zob Ahan.

Second defeat in a row for Zob Ahan (1-4 vs Paykan). Mehdi Khalil was a starter. He scored an own goal.

I Liga, Poland (tier 2)

Feiz Shamsin, Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza

Feiz Shamsin played one game this week which ended in a 1-0 defeat against GKS Tichy. Shamsin didn’t play the following game (Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza 2-0 Stomil).

Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza are now ranked 7th with 42 points, one point away from the promotion playoffs spot, with 4 games left in the regular season.

Felix Michel Melki was neither in the starting line up nor on the bench in the two games of the week due to sickness (IFK Goteborg 1-0 AIK | AIK 1-1 Falkenbergs FF).

Joan Oumari was on bench for FC Tokyo in the Japanese league (Kashiwa Reysol 0-1 FC Tokyo).

Soony Saad was neither in the starting line up nor on the bench in both the FA Cup game (Daejeon Hana Citizen 2-0 Ansan Greeners FC) and the league match (Jeonnam Dragons 4-0 Ansan Greeners FC).

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