Santi Cazorla has been named Qatar FA Best Player of the Year 2020/21 after registering 18 goals and 13 assists in 30 games with Al-Saad.

Santi Cazorla L of Al Sadd SC celebrates with his teammate Akram Afif after scoring a goal during the AFC Asian Champions League group D football match between Al Sadd SC of Qatar and Al Ain FC of United Arab Emirates at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha, Capital of Qatar, Sept. 15, 2020. Photo by /Xinhua SPQATAR-DOHA-FOOTBALL-AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Nikku
Santi Cazorla L of Al Sadd SC celebrates with his teammate Akram Afif after scoring a goal during the AFC Asian Champions League group D football match between Al Sadd SC of Qatar and Al Ain FC of United Arab Emirates at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha, Capital of Qatar, Sept. 15, 2020. Photo by /Xinhua SPQATAR-DOHA-FOOTBALL-AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Nikku

For a player who once feared never being able to walk again, every minute on the pitch must feel special, but to be still picking up awards like this at the age of 36 just speaks to what a special player Santi Cazorla is.

https://twitter.com/AlsaddSC/status/1413075096076316674

Cazorla finished the season as a Champion, his side, Al-Sadd, romped to the title 13 points clear of Al-Duhali. He also won the Qatari Stars Cup.

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