What It Feels Like To Play For Iraq- Zidane
Manchester United youngster Zidane Iqbal made his debut for Iraq national team and has revealed that it was “everything I dreamed of and more”.Information Guide Nigeria
“I found out the day before, when the coach came up to me and he was like ‘you’re not going to be involved with the Under-19s,’” Zidane recalled to us.
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“I was kind of surprised. Then he said ‘you’re going to be with the first team’.
“Loads of emotions burst through my body and, as soon as the conversation was over with my coach, I quickly contacted my mum, my dad, my brother. I was like, ‘look, there’s a good chance I could be playing for the first team tomorrow.’”
“I knew where they were sat. I knew where my friends were, where my parents were and my family,” Iqbal said.
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“My mates got near the tunnel at the start, gave me a couple of high-fives before I ran out and then ran back to their seats. At the end of the game, I gave them a little thumbs-up.
“The nerves were crazy. Seeing all the fans watching the game, even when I was warming up, shouting your name and all the singing. It was everything I dreamed of and more, really.
“It was an amazing feeling. I’ve been dreaming of that day since I was a kid and for it to finally come true was amazing.JAMB Result
“Honestly, if I could describe that feeling I would but it’s very hard to describe.”