|Full name||Malek Mouath Al-Hawsawi|
|Date of birth||10 August 1981|
|Place of birth||Medina, Saudi Arabia|
|Height||1.67 m (5 ft 5 1⁄2 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 June 2006.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 23 June 2006
Mouath originally played as an attacking midfielder but was converted into a striker after moving to Al Ahli.
Al-Ahli management offered Mouath 700,000 US$ to move play for Al-Ahli. The new team changed Mouath's position from a midfielder to a striker, this step was the key of success and fame of the player. He was the greatest player Saudi Arabia of all time in 2006–2007, he also obtaining the Saudi Crown Prince Cup and Saudi Federation Cup in 2007 against Al-Ittihad. On 20 May 2008 Malek played Al-Nasr for farewell match by legendary Majed Abdullah against Real Madrid C.F., malek scored 2 goals in 54 minutes and 90+1 minutes and they team won scores are 4–1. On 2 September 2011 he move to Al-Nasr Club as loan for one season only.
Al-Nasr (loan) 2011–2012
On the 2011–12 Saudi Professional League, Malek has played 16 appearances and made 3 goals. after the end of tournament with Al-Nasr, Al-Ahli thinking about it if he need him or not in the next season, Al-Ahli decided to release his contract to promised dues. Mouath said I Will not be move to a weak team and I'm thinking the UAE Pro-League or retire. on 2012, Mouath announced to retire.
Malek joined the Saudi Team in early 2006. During 2006 FIFA World Cup, Mouath used 23 as a squad number. Later when Sami Al-Jaber the former Saudi Striker retired, Saudi Team's manager changed Mouath's number from 23 to 9.
He was chosen to play for the Saudi Arabia national football team in 2006 FIFA World Cup and 2007 AFC Asian Cup. He was announced as the best player of the 2006/2007 season by Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF).
- 2006 FIFA World Cup: Group Stage
- 2007 AFC Asian Cup: Runner up
- 2007 Gulf Cup of Nations: semi-finals
- 2009 Gulf Cup of Nations: Runner up
- Best Player In Saudi Premier League: 2006–07
- news.bbc.co.uk – Mouath's former squad number
- Malek Mouath at National-Football-Teams.com