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6 Facts About Saudi Arabia Defeating Argentina, Technology To National Holidays

The first match in group C of the 2022 World Cup between Saudi Arabia and Argentina on Tuesday (22/11) ended with a surprising result. Saudi Arabia successfully forced the team that was seeded as potential champions of the 2022 World Cup to accept defeat with a 2:1 goal.

Argentina briefly took the lead in the first set with the first-ever goal created by Lionel Messi in the 10th minute. The penalty kick was sweetly landed in the Saudi Arabian goal. At

Saudi Arabia reversed conditions in the 48th and 53rd minutes through goals from Saleh Al Shehri and Salem Al Dawsari. Nevertheless, Argentina did not lose easily.

Throughout the game, Argentina led the game better in terms of possession with a statistic of 69%. Argentina won in the number of goals played. Even the Argentine player managed to score an additional goal against Saudi Arabia even though it was subsequently cancelled out by the referee.

3 Argentine goals that were cancelled out due to an offside trap from the Saudi Arabian defensive line. The Argentine was listed more than 7 times as hit by Saudi Arabia's offside trap.

Here are 6 Proofs Behind Saudi Arabia Conquering Argentina

1. Saudi Arabia's Offside Traps Are Crowded on Social Media

Saudi Arabia's defensive line has so far as the match challenged Saudi Arabia has been highlighted by many factions. On social media twitter, the opening match of group C is widely discussed. The spotlight of netizens is a lot towards the Saudi Arabian team's offside trap.

Some netizens said that the neatness of Saudi Arabia's lineup is inseparable from the worship routines of the Saudi Arabian people. As of Wednesday (23/11) talks regarding Saudi Arabia's victory were discussed up to 3.11 million times on twitter social media accounts.

2. Saudi Arabia Coach Herve Renard's Tactics

Saudi Arabia's victory in the first match against Argentina cannot be separated from the role of Saudi Arabia's national team coach, Herve Renard. Throughout practice Herve overtook the back row with great discipline.

Herve's skill in training the team can not only be proven by Saudi Arabia's victory. Initially, Herve had led Zambia to win the Africa Cup of Nations in 2012 and Côte d'Ivoire in 2015. He was the mastermind who qualified the Moroccan national team to the special set of the Russian World Cup in 2018.

3. Saudi Arabia national team discipline

As far as the match against Argentina goes, Saudi Arabia is statistically under the emphasis of the 2x World Cup winning team. Saudi Arabia only registered to control the ball about 36% of all matches.

Although they don't have much control of the ball, some Saudi Arabian players can get out of the emphasis and take advantage of the opportunities available. 2 goals are formed only from 3x shooting to the goal formed.

Designed pressing and precise baits allow for quick counter-invasion. In addition, the Saudi Arabian team applied the tactic of distance between tight players. As far as the match looks good the middle row and back row are neat and designed.

4. Saudi Arabia national team goalkeeper Al Owais

The arrival of Mohammed Al-Owais to keep the team's goal with Al Akhdar's call contributed to the victory for Saudi Arabia in the match against Argentina. As far as the game goes, the 31-year-old goalkeeper is listed as doing about 5x security.

In the 2nd set, Al Owais looked agile in fending off a quick onslaught from Lionel Messi et al. As far as matches Argentina have registered 15 shots on goal, but only 1 counts as a goal.

The amount of security that Al Owais has done in the match against Argentina is the most security throughout the 2022 World Cup.

5. VAR implementation with AI touch

At the 2022 World Cup event in Qatar, the world football league or FIFA uses Video Assistant Referee (VAR) which uses new technology to determine offside status. This technology uses a camera with artificial intelligence (AI).

The new technology mentions semi-automated offside technology (SAOT) which is used to assist some referees and line judges in determining offside status. Thus, there is no need to wait a long time for the referee to make a decision.

This use of VAR with SAOT was initially apparent when the referee cancelled out Ecuador's goal in the first match against Qatar. 1 goal made by Ecuadorian player Enner Valencia was cancelled out due to a VAR catch being on offside.

How does VAR work in determining offside? The semi-automatic mechanism installed is divided into sensors located in the ball and is equipped with 12 monitoring cameras installed under the roof of the stadium.

The camera that is installed next will know if one of the 29 players' limbs is in the offside status. The camera can also record 50 data per second of each player's movements.

6. The King of Arabia Determines the National Holiday

Saudi Arabia's victory against Argentina with a score of 2:1 was warmly vacated not only by the public but also by the kingdom. Saudi Arabia's royal faction legitimately announced a national holiday on Wednesday 23 November.

For Argentina, a challenging defeat by Saudi Arabia has never lost after 36 times. In addition, the 2022 World Cup will be the last world cup for Lionel Messi's Ballon d'Or. In addition, Saudi Arabia became the first Asian team to successfully conquer Argentina in the history of the World Cup.

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