This is how we told you about the third day of the World Cup
These have been the results and the most outstanding events of this Tuesday, in which the third day of the World Cup has been played:
Saudi Arabia leaves Argentina sounding. Saudi Arabia starred against Argentina in the big surprise so far at the World Cup. The albiceleste team, led by Leo Messi and led by Lionel Scaloni, fell to the Persian Gulf team in their debut. Two goals in five minutes from Al Dawsari and Al Shehri turned around Messi’s goal from a penalty early in the game. “We lost due to our mistakes. In the first half we were good, but then we made too many mistakes. You have to work and correct a lot of things to keep fighting in this World Cup,” said Lautaro, a striker for Inter Milan, who had two goals disallowed for offside. Despite their dominance, the South Americans were unable to overcome Al Ouwais.
The Saudi king decrees that Wednesday is a holiday throughout the country for the victory against Argentina. The King of Saudi Arabia, Salman Bin Abdelaziz, has decreed today that tomorrow, Wednesday, will be a holiday throughout the country on the occasion of “the victory of the Saudi team against the Argentine team in the World Cup,” according to the official Saudi news agency. Arab country SPA. The king “decreed that tomorrow, Wednesday, will be a holiday for all public and private sectors in the country, as well as for all students,” according to a court statement reproduced by SPA.
France traced Australia back in their debut and ended up having a feast with two goals from Giroud, one from Rabiot and another from Mbappe. The French team made its debut with a resounding victory against Australia in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After the loss of Karim Benzema, the brand new Ballon d’Or, the French coach, Didier Deschamps, opted for an attacking team in which Griezmann started together , Dembele, Mbappe and Giroud in attack to begin the defense of the world title achieved in the last edition, in Russia 2018. France started losing, but ended up coming back from behind and feasting on two goals from Giroud, one from Rabiot and another Mbappe.
Denmark-Tunisia and Mexico-Poland end goalless. On this third day of the World Cup, Denmark and Tunisia (group D) and Mexico and Poland (group C) have also tied without goals (0-0). El Tri and Lewandowski’s team had a good opportunity to score three points after Argentina’s defeat. Guillermo Ochoa, a 37-year-old Mexican goalkeeper, saved a penalty from the Barcelona striker and prevented the Europeans from getting ahead on the scoreboard.
Jan Vertonghen: “I’m afraid to talk about the bracelet, we are being controlled.” Jan Vertonghen, an international with Belgium, said this Tuesday, when asked about the support bracelet for the LGTBI collective, that he was afraid to speak, that if he spoke the same tomorrow they would not let him play. That is the climate, considers the player, that has been created: “If we put on the bracelet we are only going to get sanctioned, now the truth is that I am afraid to say anything about it, I do not feel comfortable talking about this, I think that this is all, if I say something on this topic I am afraid of whether I can even be on the pitch tomorrow or not, it is something that I have never experienced in football, we are being controlled and I do not like to make statements either policies, if we can’t do it because we take sides against racism, if we can’t even say this, then what, I shouldn’t speak about it because I want to be on the pitch tomorrow at ten.
Carvajal and Guillamon return to the group. Dani Carvajal, who has recovered from a cold, and the Valencian player Hugo Guillamon, who has overcome his knee ailment, were the novelties of the last training session for the Spanish team at the University of Qatar, where their coach, Luis Enrique Martinez, drew the latest conclusions to give form the starting team that will present in the debut against Costa Rica this Wednesday at 5:00 p.m.
Source: EL PAIS