Sa'ad Hussein and Saadiq Mohammed: Reunited in the USA
Sa'ad Hussein and Saadiq Mohammed in Nakuru, Kenya, at the CECAFA Cup tournament in December 2013.
Sa'ad Hussein in Nairobi earlier in 2016, when his home was a mattress on the floor.
Sa'ad Hussein after being arrested in Nairobi in January. Somalis being arrested in Kenya without committing a crime is not an uncommon occurrence.
Sa'ad Hussein's Somali team, Elman FC, took a goodbye photo for him when he left for America.
Saadiq Mohammed hides behind a trash can outside of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, waiting to surprise Sa'ad Hussein upon his arrival to the USA.
Sa'ad Hussein and Saadiq Mohammed reunite at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
Sa'ad Hussein (L) and Saadiq Mohammed (R) show off their beaded bracelets that say their names and have both the American and Somali flags.
Sa'ad Hussein (L) and Saadiq Mohammed (R) at Sa'ad's new apartment–just after his arrival in the USA–in the Gravois Park neighborhood of St. Louis.
Sa'ad Hussein and Saadiq Mohammed at a Shop N Save grocery store in St. Louis, where Saadiq is teaching Sa'ad how to grocery shop.
Sa'ad Hussein and Saadiq Mohammed last Tuesday morning, Sa'ad's first in America, after Saadiq had spent the night at the apartment to keep him company.
Saadiq Mohammed and Sa'ad Hussein, looking at the soccer field at Marquette Park, which is two blocks from Sa'ad's new apartment.
Sa'ad Hussein and Saadiq Mohammed have their stories as the focus of the documentary "Men In The Arena."