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The Saudi national football team bid farewell to the Tokyo Olympics after being defeated in the second round by Germany, on Sunday, with three goals to two, in the competitions of the “Tokyo 2021” Olympic Games.

Goals of the Saudi and German national teams

The German team scored the first goal of the meeting with an early goal scored in the 12th minute by Nadim Amiri, to return the Saudi team in the 31st minute by scoring a goal to reduce the difference by Sami Al-Naga.

Before the end of the first half time, the German Ragnar Ace scored the second goal against Saudi Arabia, to end the middle of the match with two goals against one goal.

In the 50th minute, the Saudi team returned to the game, scoring the equalizer through the first goal scorer, Sami Al-Naj’.

Germany national football team player

He witnessed in the 67th minute between the two teams, Germany’s player Amos Bieber was sent off, but Germany’s defender Felix Odokhai scored the winning goal in the 75th minute of the match, ending the match with three goals to two.

Saudi Arabia squad

The Saudi Olympic team coach, Saad Al-Shehri, entered a starting lineup in a difficult confrontation against his opponent, the German national team, where he was goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Yami.

In the line of defense came in the lineup: Yasser Al-Shahrani, Abdul Ilah Al-Omari, Abdul Basit Hindi, Saud Abdul Hamid, while in the middle of the duo team, Salman Al-Faraj, Ali Al-Hassan.

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As for the team’s attack, they played: Salem Al-Dosari, Sami Al-Najai, Ayman Yahya, Abdullah Al-Hamdan.

Germany squad

The coach of the German Olympic team, Stefan Konz, played in a starting lineup against his rival, the Saudi national team, where he will be goalkeeper Florian Muller.

In the line of defense came: David Raum, Felix Odokhai, Amos Bieber, Benjamin Henrix, while in the midfield came Anton Stach, Edward Lovin, Arne Mayer.

As for the team’s attack, Nadim Amiri, Max Kruze, Marco Richter played.

He was absent from the German national team’s squad, Maximilian Arnold, for receiving a red card in the last Brazil match.

The German team succeeded in its first victory in the Tokyo Olympics, and qualified for the second round of the competition, after losing in the first round to its rival, Brazil, who tied with Cote d’Ivoire without scoring any goals to share the top of the group with four points each.

While the Saudi Olympic team bid farewell to the Tokyo Olympics after suffering a second consecutive defeat against Germany, while the first loss was against Cote d’Ivoire to fail to qualify for the final price round of the tournament.

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