Nasr El-Din Abbas

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Jaxa
Personal information
Full name Nasr El-Din Abbas Jaxa
Date of birth (1944-08-13) 13 August 1944 (age 75)
Place of birth Omdurman,Khartoum state, Sudan
Playing position Forward
Youth career
1957–1960 Al-Mujahid FC
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1960-1963 Al-Rabea Club (Omdurman)
1963–1977 Al-Hilal Club
National team
1963–1972 Sudan 53 (27)
Teams managed
1977 Al-Hilal Club
1982-1983 Al-Hilal Club
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Nasr El-Din Abbas (Arabic: نصر الدين عباس‎) known by his nickname Jaxa (Arabic: جكسة‎) (born 13 August 1944 in Omdurman) is a former Sudanese footballer who played with Al-Hilal Club. He participated in the Africa Cup of Nations 1963 and 1970 and in 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.[1]

Honours[edit]

Internationalgoals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 30 June 1963 Khartoum, Sudan  Kenya 5-0 Won 1963 African Cup of Nations qualification
2.3. 26 November 1963 Accra, Ghana  Egypt 2-2 Draw 1963 African Cup of Nations
4.5. 28 November 1963 Accra, Ghana  Nigeria 4-0 Won 1963 African Cup of Nations
6.7 17 April 1964 Khartoum, Sudan  Egypt 3-3 Draw Football at the 1964 Summer Olympics - Men's qualification
8. 27 March 1965 Khartoum, Sudan  Ethiopia 2-1 Won 1965 African Cup of Nations
9.10 1 May 1965 Kampala, Uganda  Uganda 3-1 Won 1965 Africa Cup of Nations
11.12.13.14. 2 September 1965 Cairo, Egypt Sultanate of LahejLahej 9-0 Won Football at the 1965 Pan Arab Games
15. 3 September 1965 Cairo, Egypt  Libya 4-2 Won Football at the 1965 Pan Arab Games
16. 13 September 1969 Ibadan, Nigeria  Nigeria 2-2 Draw 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification
17. 3 October 1969 Khartoum, Sudan  Nigeria 3-3 Draw 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification
18. 6 February 1970 Khartoum, Sudan  Ethiopia 3-0 Won 1970 Africa Cup of Nations
19. 10 February 1970 Khartoum, Sudan  Cameroon 2-1 Won 1970 Africa Cup of Nations
20. 30 Agustus 1972 Munich, Germany  Soviet Union 1-2 Lost Football at the 1972 Summer Olympics

References[edit]

  1. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Gaksa". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 27 May 2013.

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