The 2022 FIFA World Cup Wednesday continues to lead Group C Mexico Defeated Saudi Arabia at Lusail Stadium, Qatar. With Mexico winning 2-1, neither team advanced to the knockout rounds.
At the same time, Argentina took down Poland in another Group C match, both teams advanced. Earlier, Tunisia Defeated France And Australia Defeated Denmark in a pair Group D matches.
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Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Highlights
Here are the best plays!
Setting the stage
Saudi Arabia faced their 19th different opponent, Mexico, in their 19th World Cup match.
Mexico had the first chance to score in front of the Saudi goalkeeper Mohammed Khalil Al Owais Linked forward Alexis VegaIn shot attempt.
14′: Slightly taller
Saudi Arabia almost struck first, but the midfielder Muhammad KannoIn’s kick was a bit high into the net.
It is physical
27′: Another close one
Mexico’s, with bodies swarming around the Saudi Arabia net Orbelin Pineda Tried to get a competitive header off a pass Hirving Lozano But didn’t get the angle and missed.
45+6′: Chance missed
That’s half of the missed chances, the last of which came from the Saudi Arabia midfielder Ali al-Hasan.
No goals scored at the break.
Mexico got the first score of the game while advancing Henry Martin Close-up scored.
Mexico’s Henry Martin scored against Saudi Arabia in the 47th minute.
52′: Another one!
Mexico scored again shortly after scoring the first. This time, the midfielder Luis Chavez A kick gives Mexico a 2-0 lead.
Mexico’s Luis Chavez scored against Saudi Arabia in the 52nd minute.
56′: Almost another one
Having already scored two quick goals to start the second half, Mexico almost got another when Lozano scored. The goal was called back for offside.
78′: Mexico continue to attack
Already up 2-0, Mexico continues to put pressure on Saudi Arabia’s net. Its latest attack saw the defender Edson Alvarez His shot was blocked close to the net.
87′: Another almost
In order to advance, it wants to add Mexico to the front Uriel Antona His goal was ruled offside. Mexico still led 2-0.
90+5′: Not over yet!
Saudi Arabia took the lead late in the second half Salem al-Tawsari Scored a goal. The score failed to spark a rally as Saudi Arabia lost 2-1.
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