Saudi Arabia made history on Tuesday, by beating football giants, Argentina 2-1at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Argentina opened scoring in the 10 minutes of the first half of the match through a penalty by Lionel Messi.
Saudi Arabia was determined to score an equalizer against Argentina, making spectacular performances during the match.
Saudi Arabia’s Saleh Alshehri scored an equalizer goal in the 48th minute, while Alshehri’s teammate Salem Aldawsari added to Saudi Arabia’s leading position with a second goal in the 53rd minute.
The Latin American country was unbeaten against Saudi Arabia over its previous four matches.
The competition opened on Sunday, with a match between Ecuador and the host country, Qatar.
Other fixtures for Tuesday, also include matches between Mexico and Poland, while France and Australia slug it out tonight.