Who is Umarali Rahmonaliyev? Midfielder of Uzbekistan Eliminates the Indonesian National Team from the U-20 Asian Cup

Suara.com – Midfielder and captain of the Uzbekistan U-20 national team, Umarali Rahmonaliyev became a figure who contributed to eliminating the Indonesian national team from failing to qualify for the quarter-finals of the U-20 Asian Cup.

Rahmonaliyev was born in Uzbkistan on August 18, 2003. His football career started to get serious when he joined a club from Uzbekistan, Bunyodkor U-18.

After two years in the U-18 team, Rahmonaliyev managed to break into the Bunyodkor first team in 2021. He was asked directly by the then Bunyodkor coach, Vadim Abramov.

In the 2020/21 season, Umarali Rahmonaliyev made six appearances with details of four matches in the Uzbekistan League and twice in the Uzbekistan Cup.

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Impressive in half of the 2020/21 season with the Bunyodkor first team, Umarali Rahmonaliyev has gained even more trust in the 2021/22 season.

In that season, the player with a stature of 170 cm recorded 21 matches with a score of 6 goals and one assist for Bunyodkor.

The coach of Rubin Kazan, a club from Russia, Yuri Utkulbayev did not hesitate to bring him to Russia in January 2023 yesterday. However, he has yet to get a chance to play in the first team.

For his career in the national team, Umarali Rahmonaliyev is part of the Uzbekistan U-19 and U-20 national teams. All debuts were made in 2022.

His performance drew even more attention at the 2023 U-20 Asian Cup by successfully advancing Uzbekistan to the U-20 quarter-finals.

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Uzbekistan ensured a place in the quarter-finals after coming out as winners of Group A with a collection of 7 points. They excel over Iraq U-20 and the U-20 Indonesian National Team.

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