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Khuda Bakhsh was born on 10 January, 1980 in Pakistan, is a Pakistani footballer, who is a member of Pakistan national football team. Discover Khuda Bakhsh's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
|Age||40 years old|
|Born||10 January 1980|
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Khuda Bakhsh Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Player|
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Bakhsh returned from injury in 2007–08, opening a brace in the opening game against Pakistan Television, WAPDA won the game 3–0. His third goal of the season came against Khan Research Laboratories in a 3–1. Bakhsh went on to score three more goals to finish the season with six goals in 14 appearances. Bakhsh won his sixth league title as WAPDA defeated Pakistan Army on the final match day to secure the title by 1 point. Bakhsh scored five goals in the 2008–09 season, winning his seventh league in total and third with WAPDA. In 2009–10 Bakhsh scored only two goals in 20 appearances, his worst scoring record.
Bakhsh missed the whole 2006–07 season due to a knee injury.
In 2005–06 league Bakhsh scored only five goals in 22 matches, as WAPDA finished second to Pakistan Army. Bakhsh scored two goals in 2005 National Football Challenge Cup, including a goal in finals against Pakistan Telecommunication, although WAPDA lost the finals 2–1.
In 2004–05, Bakhsh scored both goals in the opening game against his former club Allied Bank, scoring on 35th and 70th minutes. On 2 June 2004, Bakhsh scored a goal in a 1–1 draw against Panther Club. Two days later in reverse fixture, Bakhsh scored a brace as WAPDA defeated Panther Club 4–0. On 12 June, Bakhsh scored the opening goal in 4–0 victory over Wohaib. One month later on 17 July, WAPDA defeated Mardan Football Club 10–0, as the attacking duo Bakhsh and Mehmood scored six goals (Bakhsh scored 2 and Mehmood scored 4). Bakhsh didn't scored any goals until 13 August when he scored the lone goal of the match as WAPDA defeated Habib Bank 1–0. A month later, on 12 September, Bakhsh scored his first hat-trick against Afghan Chaman, WAPDA won the game 6–0, with attacking partner Mehmood scoring a hat-trick as well. Bakhsh won his fourth consecutive league, as WAPDA finished first on goal difference. Bakhsh scored 16 goals in 30 matches, as he along with Mehmood scored a total of 36 goals in 30 matches.
Bakhsh is a forward who earned his first international cap in 2003 as a substitute, but it was not until 2009 that he earned his first full cap.
In 2003 National Football Championship, Bakhsh ended season with five goals in seven matches as Bakhsh and WAPDA won their fourth league title, (Bakhsh won in 1999 and 2000 with Allied Bank). Bakhsh scored a brace against NWFP Red and one against Sui Southern Gas in a 3–0 and 2–1 win respectively. Bakhsh scored in 5th minutes in quarter-finals against Pakistan Telecommunication on 14 May 2003. On 16 May 2003, Bakhsh scored the opening goal against Habib Bank in the semi-finals as WAPDA won the game 4–1. Two days later, on 18 May 2003, WAPDA defeated Pakistan Army 4–2 on penalties when the game ended 0–0 after extra-time. Bakhsh converted the opening penalty in the shoot-out. Bakhsh scored two goals in 2003 National Football Challenge Cup as WAPDA were knocked out in quarter-finals by Pakistan Navy.
Bakhsh won his third consecutive league title in 2002, when WAPDA won the league again, although Bakhsh only scored one goal throughout the season, scoring against Pakistan Machine Tool Factory in the quarter-finals of 2002 National Football Challenge Cup.
Bakhsh joined WAPDA before the start of 2001 season, Bakhsh formed the attacking duo with Arif Mehmood. Bakhsh with Mehmood scored eight goals in 6 matches as WAPDA went onto win their third national league. Bakhsh scored three goals in the league, a brace against NWFP Green in group stage and an equaliser against Khan Research Laboratories in the finals.
In 2000 National Football League, Bakhsh scored three goals for Allied Bank, which included a brace against Pakistan Police in a 6–1 victory, scoring goals in 57th and 73rd minutes. Bakhsh's third goal came against Punjab Reds, breaking the deadlock on 74th minute. Bakhsh won his first league title as Allied Bank defeated Habib Bank 1–0 in the finals.
Bakhsh started his career at Allied Bank in the 1999, he scored his first goal for the club in the finals of 1999 National Football Challenge Cup, scoring the equaliser against Khan Research Laboratories. Bakhsh won his first silverware when Allied Bank defeated Khan Research Laboratories 5–4 on penalties after the game ended 1–1 after extra-time.
Khuda Bakhsh (born 10 January 1980) is a Pakistani footballer, who is a member of Pakistan national football team.