6 unprecedented scenes stunned the fans of the World Cup in Qatar

Ronaldo became the first player to score in five consecutive World Cups.


The first round of the Qatar World Cup 2022, which started on the 20th of this month, was celebrated with six unprecedented scenes that caught the attention of the fans and followers of the World Cup finals, the event that fans of the round witch awaits once every four years, the most prominent of which is the Saudi national team achieving a heavy-caliber surprise, by defeating Argentina. Led by the legend Lionel Messi (2-1), in addition to the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo setting an unprecedented record, by scoring in five consecutive tournaments in the history of the World Cup.

This is in addition to the strong presentation made by the Arab teams (Saudi Arabia, Morocco and Tunisia), with the exception of the Annabi team, which was officially bid farewell yesterday after losing to Senegal.

In addition to what was presented by the East Asian national team, the Japanese national team, which achieved a historic victory over Germany (2-1), and South Korea imposed a tie on Uruguay, supported by two high-caliber stars, Suarez and Cavani.

In addition to the distinguished form in which the Ghana national team appeared, defeated with great difficulty 3-2 by Portugal, as well as the historic defeat by six for Iran from England, which is their worst in five World Cup matches since 1978, as its defeats before that did not exceed more than two goals.

But yesterday, the Iranian national team achieved a distinguished result by defeating Wales and maintained its hopes of qualifying.

The 6 scenes

■ The historic victory for "Saudi Green".

■ a new record for the Portuguese Ronaldo.

■ Cruel and historic defeat for Iran by England.

■ Ghana appears in a distinctive way against Portugal.

■ East Asia presents strong performances, and a historic victory for Japan over Germany.

■ Tunisia and Morocco present two strong matches against Denmark and Croatia.

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