WATCH: How Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman celebrated the Saudi team’s win
This is how Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman celebrated Saudi Arabia’s qualifying for Russia's 2018 World Cup in a match against Japan last night that ended in 1-0.
A video shows the Crown Prince watching the match at the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Stadium in Jeddah on Tuesday night, cheering and flashing the peace sign after the Saudi team won.
Fahad al-Muwalad who came in as a substitute secured the win after scoring a screamer in to the top corner of the Japanese goal in the second half.
Saudi fans held up portraits of Saudi King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during the match.
Saudi Arabia's win made them the first Arab team to qualify for the Russia 2018 World Cup with Syria yet to play Australia in the play off for the fifth Asian seat.
IN PICTURES: How Saudis celebrated qualifying for the 2018 World CupThese are the pictures that show how Saudis celebrated their national team qualifying for Russia's 2018 World Cup in a match against Japan last night ... Sports
Saudi Arabia is the first Arab team to qualify for the World Cup in RussiaSaudi Arabia has qualified to the world cup in Russia 2018 after beating Japan 1-0 in Jeddah. Fahad al-Muwalad who came in as a substitute secured the ... Sports