Today is an important day in the history of Pakistan football, as the national team faces off against Saudi Arabia in FIFA World Cup Qualifier round two.

Pakistan has reached the second round of FIFA World Cup Qualifier AFC for the first time in history. The first match of the national football team is against the 57th-ranked team in the world, Saudi Arabia. The match will start at 9:30 PM at Prince Abdullah Bin Jalavi Stadium in Al-Hassa.

It should be noted that Pakistan defeated Cambodia in round one. The national team has practiced extensively in Saudi Arabia for about a week. The team includes seven players living in different countries, but captain Esa Suleman is not available for the match due to injury.


The team’s foreign coach Stephen Constantine has said that the players are confident of a good performance.