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Netherlands start World Cup with 2-0 win over Senegal
The Netherlands tasted a 2-0 victory against Senegal on Monday in their World Cup Group A match.
Neither side was able to break the deadlock for the first 45 minutes at the Al Thumama stadium in Doha, Qatar.
In minute 65, Boulaye Dia attempted to score a goal with a close-range kick but was denied by Dutch goalkeeper Andries Noppert.
The Netherlands broke the stalemate when Cody Gakpo powered a header into the back of the net, assisted by Frenkie De Jong in the 84th minute.
Davy Klaassen doubled the lead with a close-range finish in stoppage time (90+9).
In another Group A match, Ecuador won the World Cup opener against host nation Qatar as team captain Enner Valencia netted the ball twice for the 2-0 victory on Sunday.
Muslim World League, IFRC sign agreement to support victims of conflict
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Indonesia’s new criminal code raises concerns
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King, Crown Prince congratulate Finland's President
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Over 20 pacts worth SR110 billion set to be inked during Xi’s visit
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How China’s Xi Jinping became the embodiment of a new, multipolar world
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Saudi Arabia, UAE recognize seafarer certifications to encourage maritime relations
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have reached an agreement for mutual recognition of maritime certificates issued in both countries.
Roadside bomb kills 7 in Afghanistan’s Mazar-i-Sharif
A roadside bomb killed seven petroleum company employees aboard a bus in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, a provincial police spokesman said.
AlUla, UNESCO launch archaeology International Fellowship Program
The Royal Commission for AlUla has announced the launch of an International Fellowship Program in the field of antiquities preservation in cooperation with the UN Educational, S...
New independent cinema in Jeddah offers more choice for film lovers
The first Saudi independent cinema house has opened its doors to the public, offering further choice for the Kingdom’s film lovers.
Iran arrests 12 with alleged European links: report
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have arrested 12 alleged members of a European-linked group accused of planning acts of sabotage in the country, Tasnim news agency said.
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