The calculations of the Saudi national team qualifying for the World Cup after losing to Poland

The Saudi national team lost its historic opportunity to qualify directly for the round of 16 in the 2022 World Cup held in Qatar if it had succeeded in beating Poland in the second round of the third group competitions of the tournament, leaving its score at 3 points awaiting the third and decisive round, which will be strong against a strong team And fast is the Mexican national team.

The Saudi green drew hope among his fans after the historic victory over Argentina, in addition to presenting a strong level against Poland, as the roads were the best and strongest throughout the match, while the Polish team played on reaction and counterattacks to score two goals that were enough to achieve the first victory.

Salem Al-Dosari, the star and captain of the Saudi national team, missed a penalty kick at the end of the first half, which was enough to return and progress, but the match ended with Poland winning to lead Group C with 4 points, and the Saudi national team comes in second place with 3 points before the summit of Argentina and Mexico. In all cases, the decision will be postponed to the third round in tournament.

In the third round, the Saudi national team needs some calculations in order to advance to the round of 16, which are: -

- A victory over Mexico guarantees a direct rise to the round of 16

- A tie with Mexico, provided

Argentina beat Mexico,

Poland beats Argentina

, - Argentina draws with Mexico

 , a loss or a draw Argentina with Poland

Saudi Arabia’s chances of qualifying for the Round of 16

are victory over Mexico


a tie with Mexico, provided:

Argentina beat Mexico,

Poland beat Argentina

, or

Argentina draw with Mexico , Argentina

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