Officially.. The Qatar World Cup 2022 is the best in history for Arab teams

The Arab teams achieved a new historical record in the Qatar World Cup 2022, after they became the best in history in terms of the number of victories in one edition, after Tunisia defeated France in the third and last round of the group stage.

And Saudi Arabia had succeeded in achieving a resounding surprise by defeating Argentina, champions in 1978 and 1986, and its star, Lionel Messi, in the opening match, 2-1, and became the first Asian team to defeat “Albiceleste” in the tournament held once every four years.

For its part, the Moroccan national team succeeded in achieving the third victory for the Arabs in the World Cup, by beating Belgium, the third in the World Cup 2018, ranked second in the world, 2-0, to put its foot in the final price.

As for Tunisia, it joined the list of winning teams over the heavyweights, by overtaking France, the defending champion, with the goal of Wahbi Khazri, but the Tunisian team’s joy was not complete, because Australia scored its sixth point by defeating Denmark and finished runner-up in its group at the expense of the “Carthage Eagles” who were eliminated in the group stage. For the sixth time in six posts.

Historically, the Arab teams achieved two victories in the 1982 edition when Algeria overcame West Germany 2-1 in a historic match and Chile 3-2 before they were deposited with a conspiracy between Germany and Austria, the 1994 edition when Saudi Arabia defeated Morocco 2-1 and Belgium 1-0 with a famous goal by Saeed Al-Owairan.

The Arabs also achieved two victories in the 2018 World Cup, with Saudi Arabia defeating Egypt 2-1 and Tunisia defeating Panama 2-1, and in the three times, Saudi Arabia was the common factor in achieving Arab victories.

The Arab teams can increase their yield when Morocco plays Canada on Thursday in the third and last round of Group E, knowing that it is a strong candidate to skip the group stage and enter the final price for the second time in its history after 1986.

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