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Mustafa Karim
Personal information
Full name Mustafa Karim Abdullah
Date of birth July 21, 1987 (1987-07-21) (age 22)
Place of birth    Baghdad, Iraq
Height 1.76
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Sharjah FC
Youth career
2002–2004 Al-Talaba
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
2004–2005
2005–2006
2006–2007
2007–2009
2009–Present
Al-Kahraba
Al-Shorta
Arbil FC
Ismaily SC
Sharjah FC
24 (16)
19 (14)
13 (7)
62 (26)
4 (4)   
National team2
2006
2006–2007
2008
2008–
Iraq u-19
Iraq u-23
Iraq u-21
Iraq
1 (1)
7 (8)
2 (1)
13 (0)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 17 October 2009.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of November 18, 2009.
* Appearances (Goals)

Mostafa Karim Abdullah (Arabic: مصطفى كريم عبدالله‎) (born July 21, 1987 in Baghdad, Iraq) is an Iraqi football player who currently plays for Sharjah FC in UAE and the Iraq national team, He plays as Striker and he is known of his ability to score by both feet.

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Career: Youth, Olympic and National Team

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Youth Team

In 2005, Mostafa Karim took part with Iraq Youth team in the AFC Youth Championship Qualification, scored the qualifying goal against Kuwait and sent Iraq to the AFC Youth Championship 2006, but he couldn't join the team due to injury.

Olympic Team

In 2006, Mostafa Karim won the Silver Medal in the Asian Games with Iraq Olympic team. Mostafa Karim scored 4 goals in the Asian Games, 2 goals against Indonesia and one goal against Singapore in the 1st Round, while his fourth goal was the most precious goal against Malaysia, Iraq was leading the match 3-0 against Malaysia and Iraq needed a 4-0 win to qualify to the quarterfinals as the best second place runner, Mostafa Karim substituted in and scored the 4th goal from the first touch to sent Iraq Olympic team to the quarterfinals.

In 2007, Iraq Olympic team failed to qualify to the 2008 Olympic Games and finished behind Australia by 1 point, Mostafa Karim played most of the Olympic Games qualifications matches as substitution, and scored only 2 goals.

Iraq National Team Debut

In 2008, Mostafa Karim made his debut to the Iraq national team in a friendly match against Jordan On 24 January 2008.

Clubs Achievements

2004-2005

  • On hist first League ever Mostafa Karim won Iraq League Top scorers award with 16 Goals, and he was only 18 years.

2005-2006

  • On his second League Mostafa Karim was Iraq League Top scorers runner-up with 14 Goals, and he was only 19 years.

2006-2007

  • Mostafa Karim won his first League title with Arbil FC.

2007-2008

2008-2009

Goals scored for Ismaily SC

#
Date
Competition
Team 1
Team 2
Final Result
Scored
01.
13 August 2007
Egyptian Premier League
El Zamalek
Ismaily SC
0-1
1
02.
25 August 2007
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
Tersana
3-0
1
03.
2 September 2007
CAF Confederation Cup
Ismaily SC
Dolphins FC
1-0
1
04.
17 September 2007
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
Al-Aluminium
1-1
1
05.
27 October 2007
Egyptian Premier League
ENPPI Club
Ismaily SC
1-1
1
06.
6 November 2007
Egyptian Premier League
Baladeyet Al-Mahalla
Ismaily SC
0-2
1
07.
28 November 2007
Egyptian Premier League
Suez Cement
Ismaily SC
0-3
1
08.
7 December 2007
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
Ghazl El-Mehalla
2-1
1
09.
4 January 2008
Egyptian Cup
Domiat Club
Ismaily SC
1-2
1
10.
28 February 2008
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
Itesalat
2-0
1
11.
10 May 2008
Egyptian Premier League
El-Gaish
Ismaily SC
2-4
1
12.
9 August 2008
Egyptian Premier League
ENPPI Club
Ismaily SC
1-3
1
13.
24 August 2008
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
El-Gaish
3-1
1
14-15.
29 August 2008
Egyptian Premier League
El-Olympi
Ismaily SC
2-3
2
16.
4 October 2008
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
Petrojet
1-2
1
17.
29 October 2008
Arab Champions League
Ismaily SC
Busaiteen Club
3-1
1
18.
5 November 2008
Arab Champions League
Busaiteen Club
Ismaily SC
1-4
1
19.
11 December 2008
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
Itesalat
2-1
1
20.
16 December 2008
Arab Champions League
Ismaily SC
USM Alger
3-1
1
21-22.
20 December 2007
Egyptian Premier League
Tersana
Ismaily SC
1-2
2
23.
28 December 2008
Arab Champions League
USM Alger
Ismaily SC
1-4
1
24.
22 February 2009
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
El-Olympi
1-0
1
25-26
28 April 2009
Egyptian Premier League
Ismaily SC
El Zamalek
3-1
2

Honours

Country

Club

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Awards
Preceded by
Abandoned due to War
Iraq League top scorer
2004-05
Succeeded by
Iraq Sahib Abbas
Preceded by
Iraq Ali Mohammed
Runner-up Iraq League top scorer
2005-06
Succeeded by
Iraq Sahib Abbas

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