What did the Minister of Sports do with the one who caused Saudi Arabia to lose to Poland in the World Cup (video)

News websites circulated a video of the Saudi Minister of Sports, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, while he was inside the dressing room of the Saudi national team, after losing to Poland in the second round of the World Cup with two goals for free, and staying at 3 points, after which Al-Akhdar searched for the second victory and scored 3 points. Mexico in an attempt to advance to the round of 16.

In the video, the Saudi Minister of Sports, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, consoled Abdul-Ilah Al-Maliki, in the dressing room, after he committed an unintentional mistake that caused Saudi Arabia to receive the second goal against Poland, so that the match ended with two goals free of charge, at a time when the Saudi team was looking for a goal. tie.

The video spread widely and received positive reactions, although it was without sound except for the first seconds, and Prince Abdulaziz appeared in it saying to the player, “It is over, it is over,” a metaphor for the end of the match, including it, and we must focus on what is to come, and the conversation continued between the minister and the player, and he sat in front of him in Try to make him forget what happened in the game.

The Saudi team suffered a loss against Poland with two goals for free, although the Saudi team was the best and most in control of the match, and missed a penalty kick that was enough to adjust the result and return to the match and perhaps achieve victory and rise, and the Saudi team meets Mexico in the last round and it has 3 points, in When the Mexican national team has one point and is equal to Saudi Arabia, the Argentine national team at 3 points behind the leader Poland.

The Saudi Minister of Sports, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, consoles the player # The Saudi_national team, Abd al-Ilah al-Maliki, in the dressing room. The Saudi team lost two goals, and the player caused the second goal.

- Emirates Today - Sports (@EAY_Sports) November 26, 2022

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