Khamis, 13 November 2014

Khamis, November 13, 2014
Google Doodle: Tribute To ‘SuperMokh’ | Internet giant Google has honoured socccer legend Mokhtar Dahari with a “Google Doodle” bearing his image to mark his birthday.

Google Doodle: Tribute To ‘SuperMokh’

Mokhtar, who died in July 1991, would have turned 61 today.

Google Doodle is a modified version of the Google logo on its search homepage, reminding surfers of important dates, often customised for its country specific homepages.

Mokhtar, who played for Selangor and the national team, was Malaysia’s best known soccer hero from 1972 to 1985 and was one of Asia’s best players in the 1970s.

It was during his era that the Malaysian team reached its glory days, defeating such giants as South Korea and Japan.

After scoring a total of 320 goals in his career, Mokhtar, or SuperMokh as he was known, retired in 1986, but briefly reappeared on the field to play for Selangor the next year.

Mokhtar died after a three-year battle with motor neurone disease, and his final days have been documented by the The National Geographic Channel in “The Untold Truth About Supermokh”

#Terima kasih Google.....



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