Former Ħamrun Spartans striker Dodo Soares has enjoyed a dream debut for his new club Al-Ain as the Cape Verde forward netted the winner in his team’s league opener against Al Bukayriyah on Tuesday.
The 32-year-old forward left the Spartans last May after helping them to win their ninth Premier League title and decided to continue his career in Saud Arabia with Al-Ain.
On Tuesday, Soares made his competitive debut for his club in their league opener against Al Bukayriyah and the talented forward made a huge statement when scored a spectacular winner on 53 minutes.
Dodo received the ball on the left channel and using his renowned speed, he moved past two defenders before hitting a rasping drive that flew into the top corner of the net.
Dodo has enjoyed an impressive career with the Spartans since joining the club in 2019. In fact, during his time with the Reds, Dodo stood out as a prolific goalscorer and helped the Spartans to two league titles – in 2019 and 2023.
Dodo has made 76 appearances with Ħamrun Spartans, scoring 22 goals and providing 32 assists.
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