On Tuesday, the World Cup resumes in Qatar with four games featuring one of history’s greatest players and the defending champion beginning its title defence. Lionel Messi leads Argentina against Saudi Arabia in what will almost certainly be his final World Cup. Denmark takes on Tunisia, Mexico takes on Poland, and France takes on Australia to round off the day.
Argentina is still behind a goal with less than 10 minutes remaining, teetering on the verge of a humiliating defeat. They’ve made a continuous effort, but their opportunities — including a Messi header — have fallen short.
Saudi Arabia won the match by 2-1 from Argentina. This is the most significant setback in the history of the FIFA World Cup.