FIFA World Cup 2018: Saudi Arabia 2 - 1 Egypt | Al-Dawsari Snatches Win For Saudi Arabia Against Egypt
Saudi Arabia pulled off a last-wheeze 2-1 wins overs Egypt as the two sides withdrew from Russia, with the Saudis scoring their first World Cup triumph since 1994 and adding to the hopelessness of Egypt’s productive striker, Mohamed Salah. 

The Liverpool forward put Egypt ahead however squandered a brilliant chance to twofold the lead, allowing Saudi Arabia to paw their way again into the amusement that was settled by a 95th-minute champ by the midfielder Salem al-Dawsari. 

The outcome implied Saudi Arabia completed third in Group An as they scored their solitary objectives of the competition and immensely enhanced a 5-0 whipping by has Russia in their opening diversion. 

Egypt completed in last place without any focuses, an outcome liable to store weight on their Argentinian mentor, Héctor Cúper. 

It was a miserable send-off for Salah who missed the opening session of the competition with the damage he grabbed amid Liverpool’s Champions League last thrashing to Real Madrid in May. 

The two sides were at that point gathering their packs previously they met in the warmth of the Volgograd Arena, having neglected to get a solitary point between them in their past gathering matches. In any case, Egypt’s swarms of supporters thundered on Salah at whatever point he took care of business close to the ball and he opened the scoring in the 22nd moment when he dashed on to Abdallah El-Said’s long pass and kept his cool to throw the Saudi goalkeeper, Yasser al-Mosailem. 

That was Salah’s second objective in the two diversions he has played in Russia and he ought to have had another very quickly yet some way or another missed when put clean through. 

The Egypt attendant Essam El-Hadary at that point denoted his record-breaking appearance as the most established player to play at a World Cup at 45 years old with a fantastic spare from a punishment granted for handball, jumping on his right side and standing out his left hand to push Fahad al-Muwallad’s strike on to the bar and away. 

Be that as it may, Hadary was beaten profound into first-half stoppage time when the Colombian arbitrator, Wilmar Roldán, granted Saudi Arabia another punishment and Salman al-Faraj changed over from the spot. 

Saudi Arabia squeezed for a victor in the second half yet the amusement seemed, by all accounts, to be setting out toward a 1-1 draw – which would have implied Egypt completed third in the gathering – until Abdullah Otayf teed up Dawsari to point his shot past El-Hadary.


 FIFA World Cup 2018: Saudi Arabia 2 - 1 Egypt | Al-Dawsari Snatches Win For Saudi Arabia Against Egypt
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What a save from Essam Elhadary, who celebrates becoming the oldest player in World Cup history by saving Fahad Al Mulwallad’s penalty kick. He dives to his right and knocks the ball off the crossbar and back into play. Super agility from the 45-year-old.

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