Hamza Al-Dardour

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Hamza Al-Dardour
Personal information
Full name Hamza Ali Khaled Al-Dardour[1]
Date of birth (1991-05-12) 12 May 1991 (age 28)
Place of birth Al-Ramtha, Jordan
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current team
Al-Wehdat
Number 99
Youth career
Al-Ramtha
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2007–2015 Al-Ramtha 68 (35)
2009Shabab Al-Ordon (loan) 3 (0)
2012–2013Najran (loan) 21 (10)
2014–2015Al Khaleej (loan) 19 (7)
2015–2016 Al-Faisaly[2] 7 (2)
2016 Al-Kuwait[3] 6 (5)
2016–2017 Al-Ramtha[4] 17 (4)
2017– Al-Wehdat[5] 35 (10)
National team
2007–2010 Jordan U19 5 (4)
2012–2014 Jordan U22 13 (9)
2010–2011 Jordan U23 10 (5)
2011– Jordan 63 (28)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 9 May 2019
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 19 November 2019

Hamza Ali Khaled Al-Dardour (Arabic: حمزة علي خالد الدردور‎; born 12 May 1991) is a Jordanian footballer who plays for Al-Wehdat and the Jordan national football team. Many sources misspell his last name "Al-Daradreh".[6][7]

Career[edit]

Hamza first match with the Jordan national senior team was against Uzbekistan in an international friendly, which resulted in a 2-2 draw, on 2 January 2011 in Sharjah, UAE when he entered as a substitute for Hassan Abdel-Fattah.[8]

In the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, Hamza scored four goals in the match between Jordan and Palestine 5–1 at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium in their second group stage match. It was the only super hat-trick of the tournament, and a writer for The Guardian reported "It was a pure goal poacher’s performance, with three of the strikes coming from tap-ins after perfectly timed runs into the box".[9]

International goals[edit]

With U-19[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 October 25, 2009 Kathmandu  Palestine 3–1 Win 2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification
2 October 27, 2009 Kathmandu  Yemen 2–2 Draw 2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification
3 October 27, 2009 Kathmandu  Yemen 2–2 Draw 2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification
4 November 4, 2009 Kathmandu  Tajikistan 2–0 Win 2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification

With U-22[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 June 16, 2012 Kathmandu  Yemen 4–0 Win 2014 AFC U-22 Asian Cup qualification
2 November 12, 2013 Amman  Malaysia 3–1 Win Friendly
3 November 12, 2013 Amman  Malaysia 3–1 Win Friendly
4 November 14, 2013 Amman  Malaysia 5–0 Win Friendly
5 November 14, 2013 Amman  Malaysia 5–0 Win Friendly
6 January 15, 2014 Muscat  Myanmar 6–1 Win 2014 AFC U-22 Championship
7 January 15, 2014 Muscat  Myanmar 6–1 Win 2014 AFC U-22 Championship
8 January 15, 2014 Muscat  Myanmar 6–1 Win 2014 AFC U-22 Championship
9 January 23, 2014 Muscat  Saudi Arabia 3–1 Loss 2014 AFC U-22 Championship

With U-23[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 February 9, 2011 Amman  Sudan 1–0 Win Friendly
2 February 15, 2011 Zarqa  Yemen 3–0 Win Friendly
3 February 15, 2011 Zarqa  Yemen 3–0 Win Friendly
4 June 12, 2011 Amman  Turkmenistan 3–2 Win Friendly
5 June 23, 2011 Amman  South Korea 1–1 Draw 2012 Summer Olympics Qualifiers

With Senior Team[edit]

As of 11 June 2019 vs.  Indonesia[10]
Scorea and results shows Jordan's goal tally first
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 11 December 2011 Thani bin Jassim Stadium, Doha, Qatar  Palestine
4–1
4–1
2011 Pan Arab Games
2. 18 May 2012 Saida International Stadium, Sidon, Lebanon  Lebanon
1–0
2–1
Friendly
3.
2–0
4. 26 May 2012 Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan  Sierra Leone
2–0
4–0
5. 16 January 2015 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, Australia  Palestine
2–0
5–1
2015 AFC Asian Cup
6.
3–0
7.
4–0
8.
5–0
9. 30 March 2015 Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium, Dammam, Saudi Arabia  Saudi Arabia
1–1
1–2
Friendly
10. 16 June 2015 Al-Hassan Stadium, Irbid, Jordan  Trinidad and Tobago
1–0
3–0
11. 3 October 2015 Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan  Iraq
1–0
3–0
12.
2–0
13. 8 October 2015  Australia
2–0
2–0
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
14. 13 October 2015  Tajikistan
1–0
3–0
15.
3–0
16. 11 November 2015 Maltepe Hasan Polat Stadium, Maltepe, Turkey  Malta
1–0
2–0
Friendly
17. 24 March 2016 Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan  Bangladesh
1–0
8–0
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
18.
2–0
19.
5–0
20. 3 June 2016 Rajamangala Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand  United Arab Emirates
2–1
3–1
2016 King's Cup
21. 25 January 2017 Theyab Awana Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates  Georgia
1–0
1–0
Friendly
22. 23 March 2017 King Abdullah II Stadium, Amman, Jordan  Hong Kong
2–0
4–0
23. 28 March 2017  Cambodia
1–0
7–0
2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification
24.
2–0
25.
6–0
26. 5 September 2017  Afghanistan
4–1
4–1
27. 11 June 2019  Indonesia
4–0
4–1
Friendly
28. 19 November 2019  Chinese Taipei
4–0
5–0
2022 FIFA World Cup qualification

References[edit]

  1. ^ Al-Dardour: "I've Been Associated With Al-Ramtha SC With an Unwritten Contract... And I Congratulated Al-Faisaly After Their Coronation"
  2. ^ "Al-Dardour Officially Transfers to Al-Faisaly (KSA)".
  3. ^ "Hamza signs up to Al-Kuwait".
  4. ^ "Al-Dardour Officially Transfers to Al-Ramtha".
  5. ^ "Al-Wehdat sign Hamza from Al-Ramtha".
  6. ^ Al-Dardour: "My Talents Led Me to Join the National Teams Despite My Young Age"
  7. ^ Hamza Al-Dardour Awarded Best Player in the Jordan League (2011-2012) Archived 2012-08-27 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Al-Dardour Receives an Award for Best Player in the 4th Month of Jordan League (2011-2012)
  9. ^ Gadsby, Richard (17 January 2015). "Asian Cup daily: moment of joy despite another pummelling for Palestine". The Guardian. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
  10. ^ "Hamza Al Daradreh". Soccerway. January 2011.

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