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|Full name||Mansour Muftah Faraj Al-Abdullah|
|Date of birth||22 November 1955|
|Place of birth||Doha, Qatar|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Mansour Muftah Faraj Al-Abdullah (born 22 November 1955 in Qatar) is a former Qatari football player. He was the top scorer in the Qatar Stars League a record 4 times, as well as being the top scorer for the Qatar national team till this day with 53 goals.
Muftah made his international debut in the 1976 Gulf Cup of Nations against Saudi Arabia. He scored 4 goals in 6 games in the tournament, including a two minute brace against Bahrain. He also featured in the 1979 Gulf Cup of Nations held in Iraq, scoring a single goal against UAE, and again in 1982 Gulf Cup of Nations, scoring a goal against Oman.
In 1981, he participated in the World Military Cup held in Qatar, helping them finish as runners-up. From 1980 til 1986, the national team was coached by Evaristo de Macedo, who he describes as "undoubtedly the most influential person in his playing career".
He scored two goals and attained three assists in the group stage of the 1988 AFC Asian Cup held in Qatar. After Qatar made an early exit, Muftah, who was team captain, stated he felt humiliated for not at least reaching the knock-out stage. In a post-tournament interview, he apologized to the Qatari fans on behalf of the team. Despite losing the tournament, he earned 45,000 QR for winning 2 of the games.
|Qatar Stars League||179||216|
|Sheikh Jassim Cup||34||??|
- With Al-Rayyan
- With Al-Wakrah
- Qatar Sheikh Jassem Cup: 1998.
- Qatar national team top scorer of all time with 53 goals
- Qatar Stars League top scorer of all time
- Qatar Stars League top scorer: 1981-1982, 1982-1983, 1983-1984, 1985-1986
- Qatar Stars League most hattricks of all time with 9 times
- Qatar Stars League highest goal average with 22 goals in 11 matches
- Rayyan Club - Mansour Muftah (Arabic)
- نجوم قطرية سطعت في سماء العرس الخليجي (Arabic)
- RSSSF - Gulf Cup '76 (English)
- ثعلب الكره القطريه والخليجيه (Arabic)
- أسطورة الكرة القطرية منصور مفتاح في حديث خاص للشرق :كنا مرشحين بقوة للقب آسيا88 وسوء الحظ سبب خروجنا (Arabic)
- منصور مفتاح من ابرز اللاعبين العرب في تاريخ كاس اسيا (Arabic)
- Player profile - fifa.com
- Qatar - List of Top Scorers (English)
- Mansoor Muftah on ar.wikipedia.org (Arabic)
- Ásia : Qatar : Mansoor Muftah (Portuguese)
- Gulf Cup official website (Arabic)