Saudi Arabia snatches world cup for mentally-retarded for the fourth time in a row

Karlstad, Sweden, The Saudi Arabian national football team for those with special needs today successfully defended their title for the fourth time in a row at the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments World Football Championship (INAS) after beating Argentina 2-0 at the finals held at Tingalla pitch in Karlstad, Sweden.

Abdullah Al-Dosary scored his team's two goals at the 24th and 81st minutes.

Saudi Arabia's team reached the final match after topping group two, with seven points garnered from a 5-1 win over Russia, 1-0 over Japan, and a zero all draw with Poland. In the semi-finals, the Saudi team conquered France 4-1 to meat Argentina in the finals.

For his part, the technical manager of the team Abdulaziz Al-Khalid, the Chairman of the Saudi Paralympic committee Ahmed Al-Migairen and the best player of the final match Abdullah Al-Dosary expressed happiness of seizing the world trophy for the fourth time in a row, extending it as a gift to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud; His Royal Highness the Crown Prince; the President of the Board of the General Commission for Sports Turki Al Al-Sheikh; his deputy Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, and the Saudi fans.

Source: Saudi Press Agency