Saudi footballers to be penalised for loss against Russian Federation

Saudi footballers to be penalised for loss against Russian Federation

Uruguay has a chance to make it out of the group stages for the third straight World Cup.

Following FIFA's announcement, officials from Qatar - where a TV station holds the regional rights to air the tournament - traded barbed comments online with allies of Saudi Arabia in the latest episode of a long-running feud.

The World Cup 2018 will see 32 teams from across the world play in 11 different cities of Russian Federation.

The problem is, BeIN Sports has been unable to shut down the BeoutQ signal, and the pirate network has continued to operate during the World Cup, which started on Thursday with the Russia-Saudi Arabia opener.

The biggest World Cup opening match win since 1934 was sweet for the battered Russians and Cherchesov also had to explain they hadn't tried to deceive anyone in the run-up.

"The way I feel right now makes that a valid point but whatever happens I've got my philosophy and I'll try to do as best I can".

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But if past history is anything to go by, Pizzi could well become the next coaching casualty of this tournament if Saudi authorities react with the emotive anger displayed in the past.

Saudi Arabia players will be punished when they return home from the World Cup after their 5-0 defeat to Russia, according to their football federation chief Adel Ezzat. "I can't worry about decisions that are out of my control".

"This result is totally unsatisfactory, because it does not reflect the true level of our preparedness".

The minister also reportedly added that the team's forward Mohammad al-Sahlawi, defender Osama Hawsawi and goalkeeper Abdullah al-Mayouf will be reprimanded. In it, he talked about the doubts he has experienced since April.

Uruguay and Saudi Arabia meet Wednesday in World Cup soccer action at the Rostov Arena.

"I have never done anything like this", Cheryshev said.

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