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Officially, all Arab teams out of World Cup

Sun, Jun. 24, 2018
CAIRO – 24 June 2018: It’s official now; all Arab teams are out of the 2018 World Cup after the end of the second round of the group stage with one game left for each team.

The Russian World Cup witnessed the participation of four Arab teams; Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Morocco, but their journey ended by the second round.

They didn’t even get a single point as they lost all their games in the three groups. But we guarantee that Arab teams can get at least one point when Egypt faces Saudi Arabia on Monday.

Group A

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia played the opening game in the World Cup against Russia and lost 0-5.



Egypt lost 0-1 to Uruguay in the last minute thanks to José Giménez but the Egyptians still had a chance if they managed to win the other two games.

Egypt




A hope which faded away by a 1-3 loss to Russia before Saudi Arabia got their second defeat to Uruguay 0-1.






Both teams are out of the World Cup with zero points and are waiting to face each other on Monday to cover their fans’ sadness.

Group B

Morocco


Morocco witnessed a tough draw after being put alongside the 2010 World Cup winners, Spain; 2016 Euro winners, Portugal; and the Asian giants, Iran.

Lions of Atlas started their journey by a surprise as they got defeated against Iran by an own goal from Moroccan striker, Aziz Bohdouz.



Morocco's second game was against Portugal and ended with a 0-1 loss by Cristiano Ronaldo's goal. Morocco won the hearts of football enthusiasts around the world as their performance was amazing in the two matches but luck wasn’t on their side.



Group G

Tunisia


Tunisia was put in Group G alongside England, Belgium and Panama. They lost their opener against England with a score 1-2 thanks to Harry Kane’s double.


Tunisia was the last Arabian team to be eliminated after they have been thrashed by Belgium 2-5. It is considered the biggest loss for Tunisia in their five participations in the World Cup.


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