Hard working Maksoud will give Rayyan’s midfield plenty of stability.
The team left for the island country, where they will play three Tests, five ODIs and one T20 match
Meanwhile German sprint king Marcel Kittel pulled out before the halfway point of the stage after crashing in the first 20km.
Al Qayda threw the javelin to a distance of 71.45M to finish ahead of Saudi Arabians Ali Abdulghani and Abdullah Al Ghamdi.
It was his 57th career win as Mercedes delivered a perfect one-two finish
Earlier, Qatar began their campaign with a 2-1 victory over UAE on Monday.