After dropping Argentina.. How does the Saudi national team achieve the dream of a quarter century?

After dropping Argentina.. How does the Saudi national team achieve the dream of a quarter century?
After dropping Argentina.. How does the Saudi national team achieve the dream of a quarter century?

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The Saudi national team’s hopes of achieving a dream that had been absent for more than a quarter of a century have doubled after defeating Argentina (2-1) in the World Cup.

With this historic victory, which was achieved in the presence of a large crowd at Lusail Stadium, Al-Akhdar is looking forward to qualifying for the round of 16 in the World Cup in Qatar.

The Saudi national team did not qualify for the round of 16 for more than a quarter of a century, when it reached the second round in the 1994 World Cup in the United States of America.

Over the course of 4 consecutive participations in 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2018, the Saudi national team was eliminated in the first round.

After defeating Argentina, the Saudi national team may qualify for the second round in the World Cup if it wins one of its next matches against Poland or Mexico.

The Saudi national team also guarantees qualification in the event of a tie in its next two matches, provided that the Argentine national team achieves one point in the next two rounds.

But if the Saudi national team draws in one match and loses another, it puts its hopes of qualifying at stake, especially if Argentina wins the next two matches.

The Saudi national team will play against Poland in the second round, then Mexico at the end of the first round, scheduled for November 26 and 30.

The article is in Arabic

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