Russian Federation 5 Saudi Arabia 0

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Group C features 1998 World Cup champions France along with Australia, Peru and Denmark.

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.

With Russia hammering Saudi Arabia 5-0 to top their group, Egypt practically have no choice but to overcome the hosts and the Arab Gulf side to advance to the round of 16.

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"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".

Saudi Arabia played their first match of World cup against the host nation Russian Federation, who thrashed them in a 5 goal extravaganza in the opening match. No matter how this match ends, we will be happy, as our joint work in various spheres continues to be successful.

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There was also criticism from the chairman of the General Sport Authority, Turki bin Abdulmohsen Al-Sheikh, who described the game as a "total fiasco" in a video posted on his Twitter page.

'These players have made my face go black with embarrassment and fury. Once again, I could feel the energy that inspired me for many years.

FIFAQatar has been involved in a crippling diplomatic fight with its neighbors, most notably Saudi Arabia, for a year, and it has affected how the World Cup is being aired in the Gulf. The team says Dzagoev underwent an MRI scan on Friday and "a timeframe for his treatment will be determined in the coming days".

But they face an uphill task against Uruguay and Egypt, who are ranked much higher than Russian Federation.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt imposed a boycott on Qatar in June 2017, severing diplomatic and transport ties with Doha.