Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Match Report | Highlight, Key Moments, Winner, Loser

Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia Match Report | Highlight, Key Moments, Winner, Loser

Highlight of the Match: FIFA World Cup 2022 Argentina vs Saudia Arabia match has just ended. Saudia Arabia got an excellent start to its World Cup campaign. Argentina got beaten by Saudia Arabia in their opening match. (Tue, Nov 23, 2022, 16:00) At Lusail Iconic Stadium.

FULL-TIME: Argentina 1 – 2 Saudi Arabia

Argentina had a good record against Saudi Arabia, being unbeaten in all four of their previous meetings (W2 D2). In 756 minutes of play, Messi scored 7 goals at the World Cup. This is a résumé that includes scoring in every single group stage match for Argentina. Additionally, no player has been able to give him an assist in any of those knockout-stage matches.


This is the first time the two sides will meet at the World Cup. Here is the highlight of Argentina vs Saudia Arabia FIFA World Cup Match.


2’ Big Chance

With a sprint approach, Al Owais makes an impressive and critical save in the 1st minute to stop Messi’s initial attempt into the goal



GOAL! 1-0 Argentina! Messi scores from the penalty spot. The Argentinian scores with great precision as Al Owais dives. Cool and composed penalty taken by Lionel Messi.


22’ Offside


Messi scores a goal, but it’s called back for being offside! This format is especially great for small businesses because it’s a way to get high-quality without breaking the bank. You get what you need without paying for anything extra.


34’ Offside

Argentina scores again but the goal is ruled out for offside! This is the fourth time today that this has happened. This time it’s Lautaro Martinez.


Half Time: Although the Saudi team has been successful in taking the line, it will be important for them to keep an eye on Argentina as they are a strong attacking side. They will need to be wary of being caught offside like they were in the first half.

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48’ GOAL!

GOALL!! Al Shehri scores for Saudi Arabia, making the score 1-1!! Al Shehri gets around Romero in the box and then scores across Martinez and into the bottom right corner of the net! The game is now on and anyone could win it


53’ GOAL

Saudi Arabia get a valuable lead through Al Dawsari. He cuts inside onto his right foot and curls it into the far corner. Martinez gets a fingertip to it but cannot keep it out.


63’ Big Chance

Al Owais made an incredible save to stop Martinez from equalising for Argentina.


84’ Big Chance

Messi tries to score a header from Di Maria’s cross, but the ball goes straight into the hands of Al Owais.


90+ VAR ruled Off

GOAL! Alvarez puts it in after the goalkeeper spills the ball, but Al Amri clears it off the line.


90+ Big Chance

Along with his teammates, Alvarez runs forward, heading a ball toward the goal. Al Owais jumps in front and curls his body to make a save.

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Key Moments: 

10th minute of 1st Half:  Lionel Messi  Scored the first goal for Argentina in this Tournament.

48 Minute of 2nd Half: Al Shehri scored Saudia Arabia. Score Saudia Arabia 1-1 Argentina

53 Minute of 2nd Half: Al Dawsari Scored For Saudia Arabia. Saudia Arabia Are leading now.

  Argentina Saudia Arabia
Winner/Loser Lost Won
Goal 1 2
Assists   Al Brikan
Ball Possession 69% 31%
Big Chances 2 3
Passes 563 252
Accurate Passes 481(85%) 172(68%)
Total Shots (On Target) 5 2
Fouls 7 21
Yellow Card 6
Red Card
Offside 10 1
Corners 8
Keeper Saves 4
Player Of The Match   Al Owais 


Point table of Group (C) after this match

Team Play Goal Difference Points
Argentina 1   -1
Saudi Arabia 1 +1 3
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Argentina suffered one of the World Cup’s greatest shocks in recent history after Serbia came from behind to beat them 2-1 at Lusail Stadium on Tuesday. But in the decisive second half, including an outstanding strike from Salem Al-Dawsari, They turned the game on its head and left the Albiceleste with little margin for error against Mexico and Poland in their other Group C fixtures.

In the 10th minute, Argentina’s VAR reward saw a penalty awarded on the monitor. Messi easily rolled in the spot kick, but Al Owais guessed wrong and tried to stop it. South American team put in another three goals but all were disallowed for offside after Saudi Arabia could not get onto the scoreboard at all during the first half hour.

Argentina’s early inconsistency seems to be the norm in this tournament so far, as they were called offside seven times in the first half against Saudi Arabia while they held a very high line. However, they were able to score on two of those penalties and will need to keep doing the same if they want to advance.

Golam Muktadir is the chief editor of Surprise Sports. He checks all the sports content and craft it to make it more digesting for the readers.


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