|Full name||Egy Maulana Vikri|
|Date of birth||7 July 2000|
|Place of birth||Medan, Indonesia|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|2005–2012||Tasbi Soccer School|
|2018–||Lechia Gdańsk II||21||(15)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 November 2019|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 3 December 2019
Egy Maulana Vikri (born 7 July 2000) is an Indonesian professional footballer who currently plays for Polish club Lechia Gdańsk and the Indonesia national football team. He plays as a forward. In 2017, Egy was named as one of the 60 most talented and promising players born in the year 2000 by The Guardian.
Egy began playing his amateur football at SSB Tasbi Medan where he participated in the Grassroots Indonesian U-12 Tournament in 2012. His potential raw talent was noticed by the Indonesian national talent scouts. At that time, Egy helped his team to become the champions of that tournament and also ended up as the top scorer of the tournament. Furthermore, he was trained in the Sports Special School, better known as Diklat Ragunan. Egy is also the younger brother of a PON North Sumatra player named Yuzrizal Muzakki who was then playing for PSBL Langsa. In 2015, Egy managed to bring Indonesia into a champion in the Gothia Cup event in Sweden and was awarded as the best player of the Gothia Cup 2015 tournament bagging a total of 28 goals along the way.
Egy was former North Sumatra player in Popwil 2016. His talent also was spotted by the international media when he played for Indonesia U-19 in Toulon Tournament from 29 May to 10 June 2017. At that time Egy got the prestigious award Jouer Revelation Trophee for being the breakout player in the tournament. Long before Egy, the prestigious award was also won by current and past footballing greats and legends in Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane.
He was offered trials by a number of European clubs including Benfica, Sporting CP, Getafe CF, Espanyol, Legia Warsaw, Saint-Etienne, Ajax Amsterdam and some Italian clubs. But he choose Polish club Lechia Gdansk which took him in without any trials needed.
On 11 March 2018, Egy officially joined Lechia Gdańsk on a three years contract joining the team on his 18th birthday. The club reached an agreement with the Indonesian Ragunan Athletes Academy regarding the transfer, which will take effect on 8 July 2018. He was also handed the number 10 shirt. He made his first-team debut on 22 December 2018 as a subtitute in a match against Gornik Zabrze. Egy played in the 2019 Polish SuperCup final against Piast Gliwice, coming on as a substitute as Lechia won 3-1.
Egy was playing throughout youth level for Indonesia U-14, Indonesia U-16, Indonesia U-19, and Indonesia U-23.
He made his debut and first goal for Indonesia U-16 in a friendly match against Vietnam U-16 on December 2014, one year before Indonesia's FIFA suspension. He scored two goals in a friendly match against Japan U-16 on April 2015.
He made his debut for Indonesia U-19 in the 2017 Toulon Tournament on 1 June 2017 against Brazil U20. His impressive performance at the tournament earned him the Breakthrough Player of the Tournament.
- As of 28 July 2019
|Lechia Gdańsk II||2018–19||IV liga||16||13||—||—||—||16||13|
- Appearance in Polish SuperCup
- AFF U-19 Youth Championship: Third place, 2018
- AFF U-19 Youth Championship: Third place, 2017
- Southeast Asian Games Silver Medal: 2019
- Toulon Tournament Breakthrough Player: 2017
- AFF U-19 Youth Championship Top Scorer: 2017
- AFF U-19 Youth Championship Best Player: 2017
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