Saudi Arabia National Team Goals

Saudi Arabia Won the Battle of Pride Against Egypt
Asian representative, Saudi Arabia successfully ending their World Cup 2018 campaign in a positive fashion following their 2-1 victory over Egypt. It was nothing more than the battle of pride for both Saudi and The Pharaoh as neither teams have any shot of advancing into the knock out stage.
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Egypt Set for a Battle of Pride With Saudi Arabia
Already confirmed not to have any chance in advancing into the knock out stage, Egypt and Saudi Arabia will be playing their final game for nothing else aside pride. Arriving to Russia with the potential of being a dark horse, The Pharaohs might consider they're experience as a quite disappointing one, that's why grabbing all three points on their final match will be something they're targeting.
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Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia (1-0)
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Suarez Secured Uruguay’s Place in World Cup 2018 Knock Out Stage
Uruguay confirmed their passage into the second round of FIFA World Cup 2018 following their slender 1-0 victory over Saudi Arabia. Coming into the tie after a hard fought battle against Egypt, La Celeste seems to expecting a much easier route this time around, but they were in for a rude awakening.
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Uruguay Aiming to Secure Knock Out Round Ticket in World Cup 2018
Following their dramatic 1-0 victory over Egypt, Uruguay are looking to secure qualification into the knock out stages which they will automatically get should the defeat Saudi Arabia this Wednesday.
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Dominant Russia Destroying Saudi Arabia in World Cup Opener
World Cup 2018 host, Russia, started their tournament in the best possible fashion as they hammered their opponent, Saudi Arabia 5-0 in Moscow. Playing under the strong home support, Stanislav Cherchesov's team immediately try to control proceedings, putting on an aggressive attacking display straight from kick off.
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Russia Stars Expecting Difficult Match Against Saudi Arabia
Playing in front of their home crowd, World Cup 2018 host, Russia will be starting their adventure in the tournament in an intriguing tie against Asian representative, Saudi Arabia.
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Russia and Saudi Arabia Looking for Three Points in World Cup Opener
World Cup 2018 is set to start on June 14 with home team, Russia facing up Saudi Arabia in the opening fixture and both teams are gunning for maximum points, especially the host as they want to entertain their crowd.
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Uzbekistan vs Saudi Arabia (3-1)
Uzbekistan booked their place in the knock out stage of Asian Cup competition after overcoming their rival, Saudi Arabia. Both teams were keen on grabbing maximum result as that will put them into the next round of the competition.
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North Korea Football Team vs Saudi Arabia (1-4)
Saudi Arabia keeping their hope of advancing into the knock out stages of Asian up alive and well after defeating North Korea on midweek. Both teams were eager to pick up all three points as they push forward vigorously straight from kick off.
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Saudi Arabia Targeting a Win Against Yemen
Starting their Gulf Cup adventure with a 2-0 defeat over Iraq in previous game, Saudi Arabia are keen on bouncing back when they meet Yemen this Wednesday. Just ahead of that game, Saudi's director of sport Khaled Almouejel said that he isn't worried with the players morale as despite suffering a defeat in their first game, the team are still feeling good.
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Saudi Arabia vs Argentina (0-0)
Saudi Arabia Vs Argentina Highlights:King Fahd Stadium was the place that Argentina travelled in order to play their next friendly international match this time against Saudi Arabia in a match that saw neither side being able to score a single goal.
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Frank Rijkaard: Saudi team ‘can learn a lot’ from Spain
Saudi Arabian head coach Frank Rijkaard spoke on Wednesday ahead of the his side's international friendly with World and European champions Spain. The last time Saudi Arabia faced Spain in an international friendly, they needed an injury-time winner from striker Fernando Llorente to seal an unconvincing 3-2 win ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
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