Galatasaray fans raised a large banner with “No to War” written on it to oppose the political events currently taking place in Russia and Ukraine, during the Rizespor match that is currently bringing them together at the Turk Telekom Arena, as part of the 27th round of the Turkish League. The match is essential.
The Egyptian international, Mostafa Mohamed, is in the official line-up for the current match, in which the Egyptian pharaoh seeks to return to score goals, after the last match was satisfied with making his first team goal.
Galata Saray, led by the Egyptian Mustafa Mohamed, seeks to win and collect match points, to continue to rise in the competition rankings, in the match held at 6:00 Cairo local time, led by referee Emmet Ozturk.
Galatasaray occupies the thirteenth place in the Turkish league table, with 32 points, while Rizespor is in the eighteenth place, with 23 points, and occupies the first positions leading to relegation to the Second Division.
Mustafa Mohamed participated this season with Galatasaray in the league in 19 games, during which he scored 6 goals and made another goal. In return, he participated in 31 games in all competitions with Galatasaray this season, during which he scored 7 goals and assisted 3 others.
Meanwhile, the players of the Galatasaray team were keen to organize an honorary corridor for their Belgian colleague of Moroccan origin, Omar Al-Abdlawi, to celebrate his return to the stadiums after an absence of more than a year due to his 11 surgeries as a result of losing his sight.
Omar Al-Abdlawi suffered a severe eye injury that led to his loss of sight on December 31, 2020, when he was participating with his team in the New Year’s Eve match, where he was injured by the shammarikh lit by the fans.
Throughout the last period, Omar Al-Abdlawi continued to perform several operations in Al-Ain until he was able to start seeing one of the miracles that the international football community is talking about, after the player was absent for nearly 13 months.
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