Saudi Arabia managed to win the biggest honor in the history of the Football World Cup

Saudi Arabia managed to win the biggest honor in the history of the Football World Cup. According to the details, the Saudi football team on Tuesday defeated the favorite of the FIFA World Cup and the 2-time world champion Argentina by 2 goals to 1, not only the biggest upset in the history of the tournament, but also won a great honor.

According to Arb News, in the history of the FIFA World Cup, Saudi Arabia is the first Arab and Asian country to defeat Argentina. Before that, no Arab or Asian football team could defeat Argentina in the Football World Cup.

It should be noted that Argentina received a penalty stroke in the 10th minute in this Group C match played at Lusail Stadium in Qatar on Tuesday, which captain Lionel Messi took advantage of to give his team a 0-1 lead.

The first half of the match ended with the lead of the South American team, but at the beginning of the second half, Saudi Arabia broke the defense of Argentina.

In the first 48th minute, with the help of Saleh Al Shahri’s goal, the score was equalized at 1-1, then with the help of Salim Al-Zasari’s goal with only 5 minutes difference, they took the lead 1-2.

After that, Messi’s XI made several attempts at Saudi Arabia’s goal to end the lead in the match, which failed and the match ended with a score of 1-2.

A public holiday has been announced in Saudi Arabia in celebration of the historic victory over Argentina in the FIFA World Cup.

On the order of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, a public holiday will be held in the kingdom on Wednesday, November 23. According to Saudi Arabia’s official news agency SPA, King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued the order for a public holiday in the kingdom.

Apart from this, students of all schools, colleges and universities have also been given holiday on Wednesday.

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