Born in the capital city of Mascara Province, Lakhdar Belloumi is a well-known former footballer and manager from Algeria who has been known as the inventor of "Blind Pass" and was also the third-best goal-scorer of the Algerian football team (27 goals). His Achievements:
In the FIFA World Cup of 1982, Belloumi's goal against the team of West Germany made the Algerian team won the Cup by 2-1.
With 100 national caps, he holds the record for the most capped Algerian player.
Won the Algerian Championship of 1983 and 1987 as a member of GC Mascara and MC Oran, respectively
Entitled as the 3rd best player of the Mediterranean Games of 1979
Honoured as the African Footballer of the Year in 1981
For his efficacious career, he was honoured with the CAF Merit Award in 2008
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