forward Mohamadou Sumareh is currently eyeing to play for Malaysia national
team following his eye-catching performance in the country’s paremier league
Sumareh, who spent most of his life in the South East Asian country, affirmed his desire to play for the Malaysian Tigers following his stunning performances with Pahang FC.
Sumareh netted nine goals in 36 appearances in his current two-year stint with the club.
The 23-year-old lived in Malaysia for over a decade, which makes him eligible to play for the country’s national team.
Sumareh expressed his interest in playing for the Scorpions, adding that he is not contacted for selection.
The Fajara-born attacker has now expressed his interest in playing for the country ranked 171 on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World ranking. “It will be an honour for me to play for Malaysia’’, he posited. ‘’I developed my football career in Malaysia and if I get the opportunity and will play for them,” Sumareh told FOX Sports Asia.
“I have been here for 12 years now, since I was 13 to 14 years with my father and mother as well as my sisters’’, he stated. ‘’It will be an honour to represent Malaysia national team, where I studied football’’, Sumareh said.