Pakistani footballer, Saadullah Khan ,makes history

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Pakistani footballer, Saadullah Khan ,makes history

Saadullah Khan, an accomplished footballer for Pakistan, completed an FA Level Two (UEFA) coaching course at the age of 28, creating history as the very first national player to do so. 

Khan plays in both the Sui Southern Gas Company Football Club and the Pakistani national team as an attacking midfielder. He is regarded as one of Pakistan’s top young players due to his combination of speed, technique, dribbling prowess, and ability to create plays.

In his teenage years, Khan, who was born in Pishin, Baluchistan, began playing football. He joined the Youth Academy Pishin in 2008. He played for Pak Elektron after a year at the age of 14.

The 28-year-old played for Khan Research Laboratories and won the Challenge Cup in 2011 and 2012. He also won the Pakistan Premier League (PPL) three times from 2012 to 2014.

In a 3-1 defeat to Lebanon in 2014, Khan made his debut for the Pakistani national team at the age of 19. In 2015, Khan scored a goal for his country against Afghanistan.

Khan has played for Pakistan in 42 matches internationally.

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