Fans all say the same thing as Saudi Arabia score stunner against Argentina in World Cup… and it’s only 11am

FOOTBALL fans have all been left saying the same thing after Saudi Arabia scored a screamer to take a shock lead against Argentina.

The South Americans went into the break 1-0 up thanks to a Lionel Messi penalty, but a quick-fire double including a stunner from Salem Al Dawasari saw the game turned on its head.

GettySalem Al-Dawasari scores a sensational goal vs Argentina[/caption]

GettySaudi Arabia players celebrate after taking the lead[/caption]

Al Dawasari, who plays for Al Halil in the Saudi Pro League, got on the ball on the left side of the penalty area and managed to bring it under his control despite pressure from the Argentine defence.

He then did a Cruyff turn before jinking past another defender and curling an effort into the far post beyond the grasping claw of Emiliano Martinez.

And fans have been left stunned by this sequence of events.

One fan said: “Goal of the Tournament so far.”

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A second user added: “This is a fantastic goal. What a classic finish.
Goal of the tournament contender.”

A third said: “Goal of the Tournament so far! Take a bow, son.”

Meanwhile, with the clash between these two as the early kick-off for today’s World Cup games fans believe they are in for a rollercoaster ride for the rest of the day.

One user said: “World Cup drama came way too early.”


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Another joked: “Don’t bet on the ‘early kick-off’ applies at the World Cup too. Okay okay okay.”

Saudi Arabia managed to hold on to the result to claim a historic victory thanks to some stoic defending and cause a huge World Cup upset.

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