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A videograb shows the youth breaking the door of his house.
Gulf Today Report
A Saudi fan took off the door of his house in the capital, Riyadh, out of joy over his country's victory over Argentina 2-1 in the biggest surprises of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
A video clip spread on the TikTok showed the Saudi fan taking off the door when he was celebrating with his friends.
The video was widely watched, and comments on it included: “Only football makes you feel like this.”
“The World Cup is unbeatable,” and “Men smash doors in Riyadh with joy and children cry in Buenos Aires, the greatest sporting event on earth.”
Saudi fans mocked Messi, who signed a contract to promote Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 for 25 million pounds last May, by imitating the celebration of his famous rival Ronaldo."
Newly appointed head coach Hervé Renard has declared that a sense of unity will be key if Saudi Arabia are to have a successful future.
Abdullah was arrested after a video of him surfaced on social media showing him shooting in front of a lioness, with patches of blood.
Marwa Hashemi, presenter of YouTube series AYA, explains what they aim to inspire with the content they produce. The series focuses on general topics as well as issues concerning empowerment and confidence.
A group of youngsters were riding a mini replica of an electric jeep car meant for kids. One of the young lads then jokingly asked the man in his Mercedes, “Sell your car?”
Pakistan still need another 160 runs to avoid follow-on after England finished with 657 Friday, their highest total ever against the home team.
On this occasion, plenty of surprises are in store for the fans. An interactive competition with the audience will take place, during which a variety of questions will be asked and cash prizes in the amount of Dhs5,000 will be awarded to the winners.
Balooshi leads the rankings by a single point over two of his competitors in this tournament, Portugal's Fabio Magalhaes and Poland's Konrad Dabrowski.
Cameroon finished third on four points, two points below second-placed Switzerland, who defeated Serbia 3-2. Brazil, who had already qualified, finished on top on goal difference with six points and will face South Korea in the last 16.