|Full name||Saad Abdul Benyamin|
|Place of birth||Iraq|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Saad Abdul-Hamed Binyamin was a former Iraqi international football player. An ethnic Assyrian, Benyamin played for Al-Zawraa, Al-Rasheed, Al-Shorta, and Club Africain. In 1988, Saad was called up to play for the Iraqi U-19 in the Asian Youth Championship in Doha, Qatar, where the team won the tournament and qualified to play in the 1989 World Youth Championship in Saudi Arabia. In 1989, he was given his international debut and become a permanent fixture of the Iraqi national team until 1995.
Saad was an attacking left back or left side of midfield. He started his career at Al-Shabab alongside captain Basil Gorgis, Hamed Rasheed and Ismail Mohammed.
After the large flow of top players turning professional and moving abroad, Saad decided to move, playing for Tunisian team Club Africain during the mid-90s.
|1||2-3||North Korea||1994 World Cup qualification||Khalifa Stadium, Doha||Report||October 15, 1993|
|2||2-1||Iran||1994 World Cup qualification||Khalifa Stadium, Doha||Report||October 22, 1993|
|3||1-1||Saudi Arabia||1994 World Cup qualification||Al-Ahly Stadium, Doha||Report||October 24, 1993|
|4||2-2||Japan||1994 World Cup qualification||Al-Ahly Stadium, Doha||Report||October 28, 1993|
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