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Qatar lifted the trophy by beating Jordan 3-1 in the final of the Asian Cup (AFC) Asian Cup at Lusail Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 12 p.m. on the 10th (Korea time).

Following the previous 2019 United Arab Emirates (UEA) tournament, the team won the trophy in its own country, marking its second consecutive victory. This is on par with Iran (1968, 1972, 1976), Korea (1956, 1960), Japan (2000, 2004), and Saudi Arabia (1988 and 1992).

Qatar's "Sala" Akram Afif scored three goals from the penalty kick alone, but goalkeeper Barsham's credit was also huge. He did not allow a run as he blocked Jordan's decisive shots several times.

In the second half when the game started 1-0, Qatar gave way to Jordan. Jordan was on offense but Qatar faltered. Oluan's overhead kick at the 9th minute of the second half slightly went off the right post to overcome the crisis.

At this time, Barsham stepped up. He blocked Esan Haddad's shot in the 13th minute of the second half. Immediately after the corner kick, Barsham even hit Yazan Al-Arab's overhead kick. With Barsham's crazy defense, Qatar set the tone again, and Afif's smart play marked the victory point.

Barsham's performance does not stop at the same time. In the quarterfinal match against Uzbekistan, Barsham became the "main player" who led his team to victory by blocking kicker's shot three times in the penalty shootout after extra time.

Barsham, who started six of the seven games of this tournament and led the team to three scoreless games, smiled brightly as he was also selected as the best goalkeeper.
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