Hussein El-Shahat: I want to help Al Ain win more titles in the future
Al Ain star and Egypt international Hussein El-Shahat has lifted the lid on the factors that led to his success since leaving Misr El-Makkassa in January.
The 26-year-old has had a sensational season with Al Ain, contributing to eight goals and 13 assists in all competitions, inspiring a domestic double this season.
He joined Al Ain on a six-month loan from Misr El-Makkasa last January, before the Emariti side decided to sign the Egyptian on a permanent basis last March.
Speaking to AD Sports, El-Shahat has thanked the club’s staff and players, saying: “The reception I had when I first arrived here in January was incredible.
“They told me to consider this place as my second home and I think this really helped me in getting along well with my teammates and to perform well on the pitch, winning two titles in the process.
“All players here work hard, they only want to win titles and to make the supporters happy. They all play for the team and no one’s interested in any individual accolades. I think that’s the main reason for our success.
“I am really happy to be here. The club’s staff and players are very professional. I hope I can help the team to win more silverware in the future,” he concluded.
Introducing himself with a debut goal against then-league leaders Al Wasl, before contributing to four goals [A goal and three assists] against rivals Al Wahda won the fans’ hearts and earned him a POTY award nomination.
Al Ain will now switch their focus on the Asian Champions League as they are preparing for the round of 16 encounters against Qatari side Al Duhail on May 8 and May 15.
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