Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Although he was only two years old, Ahmed Al-Zawer managed to blind the public with his soccer movements as he entered the field for a Syrian league match. But after the outbreak of the war, his father realized the need for the family to escape from Syria. His son wanted to continue his dream of becoming a world soccer star.
The Syrian child's talent, Ahmed Al Zaher, appeared in football because he was able to go, according to his father and trainer, Mohammed, on the official website of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Zacher was not like other children on the ground, as he wanted to hit the ball and achieve goals. "When I play football, I'm very happy and I love the ball," said Zaher.
"Everyone was enthusiastic and impressed with him, and the most important Syrian players expected him to have a great future in the world," his father recalled the day his young son surprised the crowd during a Syrian league match.
Since then, his father, a former janitor, devoted his time to training his son in the hope of becoming a football player.
However, everything changed when the war in Syria began. After losing hope of returning to normal, Mohammed started with his son, sister and wife on a dangerous trip through countries like Turkey, Hungary, Slovenia and Austria to reach Germany.
Ahmed trains his father every day after school, and the Syrian child said: "We do not stop, we never stop training."
One of the tricks of his ability to spray a bottle of water placed on his father's head without harming him.
In the future, they hope that young people's skills will attract the attention of one of Europe's biggest football clubs.
Al-Zahar also dreams of meeting his favorite player, Cristiano Ronaldo, and playing football with him.
What is a Syrian child called the "wizard"? Translated by the Egyptian searcher 24 and transmitted from the source (CNN Arabic) and does not express the view of the location and release policy, but Al Khobar is responsible for the original publisher, CNN Arabic .