Check Out What Each Saudi Arabia Soccer Team Player Has been Promised If They Win their Next Game
The Prince of the United Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia is well known for keeping his promises. After Saudi Arabia proved to the whole world that they are capable of winning the FIFA 2022 World cup, by beating Messi's Argentina. The players have been awarded as a way to motivate them for their second game against Poland.
Following the glorious and expected win for Saudi Arabia, Prince Salman declared a public holiday in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to mark the national team's stunning 2-1 upset over Argentina.
The team's first reward was each player in the soccer national team received a Rolls - Royce Phantom worth ksh.45 million to honor their great success.
In their next game, Saudi Arabian players have been promised that if they win everybody will receive a skyscraper taller than Burj Khalifa.
"Now that we have Argentina out of the way, I have fulfilled my promise. Everybody received a Bugatti chiro fully spec, fully loaded. If we beat Poland, everybody will receive a skyscraper taller than Burji Khalifa. I fulfill my promise", said the Prince.
However, the most shocking thing to all the players is that if they don't win, 11 graves have been dug for the footballers on the pitch. If they won't save their nation from losing, they will go inside the graves.
What do you think about this warning if Saudi Arabia loses to Poland? Leave your comment.
Click the link below to check out the message from the Prince.
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