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Mohamed Barakat
Personal information
Full name Mohamed Barakat Ahmed Bastamy
Date of birth 20 November 1976 (1976-11-20) (age 33)
Place of birth    Cairo, Egypt
Height 172 cm
Playing position Right-midfield , Attacking-midfield, Deep-lying forward
Club information
Current club Al-Ahly
Number 8
Youth career
Al-Sekka Al-Hadid
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
-1998
1998-2002
2002-2003
2003-2004
2004–Present
Al-Sekka Al-Hadid
Ismaily
Arabi (Qatar)
Ahly Jeddah
Al-Ahly
 ? (8)
14 (3)
13 (3)
21 (3)
67 (32)   
National team2
2002–present Egypt 67 (9)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 22 January, 2007.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 29 December 2009.
* Appearances (Goals)

Mohamed Barakat (Arabic: محمد بركات‎) (born November 20, 1976) is an Egyptian footballer. Barakat plays the offensive right wing for Egypt's Al-Ahly and the Egyptian National Team. He is a right-footed attacking midfielder and playmaker. He is considered by many as one of the most talented players in Africa nowadays. Barakat's hallmarks are surging runs from midfield which often disrupt opposing defences as well as a box-to-box work ethic which makes him an important figure both in defence and attack. He reached his peak in 2005 and 2006, helping his club Al-Ahly to win the CAF Champions League 2005 and CAF Champions League 2006 and Egypt win their fifth African Cup of Nations Egypt 2006. However, in 2006 his career was marred by a long spell of injuries.

Barakat began his career at unheralded Sekka but really found his feet when he joined Al-Ismaily - just about the only club in Egypt with the ability to stand up to the 'big boys' of Al-Ahly and Zamalek. The 2002 Egyptian Footballer of the Year has also had spells with Arabi in Qatar and Ahli Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. Barakat made his debut for the Pharaohs in June 2000 against South Korea.

Some have commented that the combination with Mohamed Aboutrika and Emad Moteab formed the most formidable triangle in African Soccer, and they were given the moniker of "The Bermuda Triangle".

Mohamed Barakat won the BBC African Footballer of 2005 award ahead of Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o and Obafemi Martins of Nigeria. He was also named the best player in Africa's continental club competition by the African Football Association for the same year, as he scored 7 goals in the CAF Champions League 2005.

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Honours

Individual Honours

Honours & Goals

  • Egyptian Footballer of The Year 2002 by Egyptian Football Association
  • CAF best African player in club competitions 2005
  • Best professional player at Saudi league during playing for ahly jeddah
  • Egyptian International Midfielder (62 caps - 8 goals)
  • Played in African cup on Nations 2006 (Played all matches)
  • Played in African Cup of Nations 2002 (Played 4 matches)
  • Scored 17 goals in African Club Cups

Titles as a player: Personal Titles: Egyptian Footballer of The Year 2002 by Egyptian Football Association CAF Best African player in Club Competitions 2005 Best professional player at Saudi league during playing for ahly jeddah

  • For Egypt: (1)

1 African Cup of Nations title 2006

  • For Ismaily:(2)

1 Egyptian League title (2001/2002) 1 Egyptian Cup title (1999/2000)

  • For Ahly:(9)

3 Egyptian League titles (2004/2005 ،2005/2006 & 2006/2007) 2 CAF Champions League title (2005 & 2006) 2 Egyptian Cup titles (2005/2006 & 2006/2007) 1 Egyptian Super Cup titles (2005/2006) 2 CAF Super Cup title (2005, 2006)

  • For Ahly Jeddah:(1)

1 Arab Club Championship Title (2003) (Scored the Final Winner) (Scored twice in tournament)

Barakat's international caps & goals ( 62 caps - 8 goals):

  • 1st - 9 Jun 2000 / Vs South Korea / Neutral / 0:1
  • 2nd - 17 Jun 2000 / Vs Ghana / Home / 2:0 / Friendly
  • 3rd - 25 Aug 2000 / Vs Kenya / Home / 2:1 / Friendly
  • 4th - 2 Sep 2000 / Vs Cote d'Ivoire / Home / 1:0 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 5th - 2 Oct 2000 / Vs Qatar / Away / 1:0 / Friendly
  • 6th - 9 Jan 2001 / Vs Zambia / Home / 3:1 / Friendly
  • 7th - 14 Jan 2001 / Vs Libya / Home / 4:0 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 8th - 17 Jan 2001 / Vs China / Neutral / 0:0 (3-2 Pen) / Friendly
  • 9th - 23 Jan 2001 / Vs North Korea / Home / 1:0 / Friendly
  • 10th - 28 Jan 2001 / Vs Morocco / Home / 0:0 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 11th - 24 Feb 2001 / Vs Namibia / Away / 1:1 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 12th - 11 Mar 2001 / Vs Algeria / Home / 5:2 / World Cup Qualifier / (Scored 1 goal)
  • 13th - 19 Mar 2001 / Vs Estonia / Home / 3:3 / Friendly
  • 14th - 23 Mar 2001 / Vs Libya / Away / 0:2 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 15th - 24 Apr 2001 / Vs Canada / Home / 3:0 / Friendly / (Scored 1 goal)
  • 16th - 26 Apr 2001 / Vs South Korea / Home / 1:2 / Friendly
  • 17th - 6 May 2001 / Vs Senegal / Home / 1:0 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 18th - 3 Jun 2001 / Vs Sudan / Home / 3:2 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 19th - 17 Jun 2001 / Vs Cote d'Ivoire / Away / 2:2 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 20th - 30 Jun 2001 / Vs Morocco / Away / 0:1 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 21st - 13 July 2001 / Vs Namibia / Home / 8:2 / World Cup Qualifiers / (Scored 2 goals)
  • 22nd - 21 July 2001 / Vs Algeria / Away / 1:1 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 23rd - 10 Nov 2001 / Vs South Africa / Away / 0:1 / Friendly
  • 24th - 30 Dec 2001 / Vs Qatar / Away / 2:2 / Friendly
  • 25th - 4 Jan 2002 / Vs Ghana / Home / 2:0 / Friendly
  • 26th - 6 Jan 2002 / Vs Mali / Home / 1:2 / Friendly
  • 27th - 11 Jan 2002 / Vs Burkina Faso / Home / 2:2 / Friendly
  • 28th - 20 Jan 2002 / Vs Senegal / Neutral / 0:1 / African Cup
  • 29th - 25 Jan 2002 / Vs Tunisia / Neutral / 1:0 / African Cup
  • 30th - 31 Jan 2002 / Vs Zambia / Neutral / 2:1 / African Cup
  • 31st - 4 Feb 2002 / Vs Cameroon / Neutral / 0:1 / African Cup
  • 32nd - 8 Aug 2002 / Vs Ethiopia / Home / 4:1 / Friendly / (Scored 1 goal)
  • 33rd - 20 Aug 2002 / Vs Uganda / Home / 2:0 / Friendly
  • 34th - 23 Aug 2002 / Vs Sudan / Home / 3:0 / Friendly / (Scored 2 goals)
  • 35th - 27 Aug 2002 / Vs Libya / Home / 0:1 / Friendly
  • 36th - 7 Sep 2002 / Vs Madgascar / Away / 0:1 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 37th - 22 Dec 2002 / Vs Ghana / Home / 0:0 / Friendly
  • 38th - 29 Mar 2003 / Vs Mauritius / Away / 1:0 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 39th - 8 Jun 2003 / Vs Mauritius / Home / 7:0 / African Cup Qualifiers
  • 40th - 18 Nov 2003 / Vs Sweden / Home / 1:0 / Friendly
  • 41st - 14 Jan 2004 / Vs Congo DR / Home / 2:2 / Friendly
  • 42nd - 17 Jan 2004 / Vs Burkina Faso / Home / 1:1 / Friendly
  • 43rd - 25 Jan 2004 / Vs Zimbabwe / Neutral / 2:1 / African Nations Cup / (Scored 1 goal)
  • 44th - 29 Jan 2004 / Vs Algeria / Neutral / 1:2 / African Nations Cup
  • 45th - 28 Nov 2004 / Vs Bulgaria / Home / 1:1 / Friendly
  • 46th - 4 Feb 2005 / Vs Korea / Away / 1:0 / Friendly
  • 47th - 9 Feb 2005 / Vs Belgium / Home / 4:0 / Friendly
  • 48th - 27 Mar 2005 / Vs Libya / Home / 4:1 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 49th - 27 May 2005 / Vs Kuwait / Away / 1:0 / Friendly
  • 50th - 5 Jun 2005 / Vs Sudan / Home / 6:1 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 51st - 19 Jun 2005 / Vs Cote dÍvoire / Away / 0:2 / World Cup Qualifiers
  • 52nd - 16 Nov 2005 / Vs Tunisia / Home / 1:2 / Friendly
  • 53rd - 27 Dec 2005 / Vs Uganda / Home / 2:0 / Friendly Tournament
  • 54th - 5 Jan 2006 / Vs Zimbabwe / Home / 2:0 / Friendly
  • 55th - 14 Jan 2006 / Vs South Africa / Home / 1:2 / Friendly
  • 56th - 20 Jan 2006 / Vs Libya / Home / 3:0 / African Nations Cup
  • 57th - 24 Jan 2006 / Vs Morocco / Home / 0:0 / African Nations Cup
  • 58th - 28 Jan 2006 / Vs Cote dÍvoire / Home / 3:1 / African Nations Cup
  • 59th - 3 Feb 2006 / Vs RD Congo / Home / 4:1 / African Nations Cup
  • 60th - 7 Feb 2006 / Vs Senegal / Home / 2:1 / African Nations Cup
  • 61st - 10 Feb 2006 / Vs Cote dÍvoire / Home / 0:0 (4-2 P) / African Nations Cup Final
  • 62nd - 3 Jun 2006 / Vs Spain / Away / 0:2 / Friendly
  • 63rd - 11 feb 2008 / vs Ghana / home /2:2 /friendly

Mohamed Barakat's Goals in African Club Cups:

2000 CAF Cup For Ismaily: 1st round 1st, Mahala (Libya) / Ismaily 3/2 2nd round 2nd & 3rd, Ismaily / Hay El-Arab (Sudan) 8/0 Quarter Final 4th & 5th, Ismaily / Dwarf (Ghana) 4/0 Semifinal 6th, Ismaily / Stade Abidjan (Cote d'Ivoire) 5/0 Final 7th, Ismaily / JS Kabylie (Shabibat El-Qabael) (Algeria) 1/1

2005 CAF Champuions League For Ahly: 1st round 8th & 9th Ahly / SC Villa (Uganda) 6/0 2nd round 10th, U. Sportive Médina d'Alger USMA (Alegria) / Ahly 0/1 Semifinal 11th, Zamalek / Ahly 1/2 12th & 13th, Ahly / Zamalek 2/0 Final 14th, Ahly / Etoile d'Sahel (Tunisia) 3/0

2007 CAF Champuions League For Ahly: 3rd round 15th Mamelodi Sundowns / Ahly 2/2

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Awards
Preceded by
Nigeria Jay-Jay Okocha
BBC African Footballer of the Year
2005
Succeeded by
Ghana Michael Essien
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