The Saudi women’s football team made a historic start, by defeating the Seychelles team 2-0, in the match that took place on Sunday evening at the National Stadium in the Maldives, as part of an international friendly three-way tournament.
The Saudi, Maldives and Seychelles women’s teams will participate in an international friendly tournament in the Maldives.
And Al-Bandari Mubarak scored the first goal in the 14th minute of the first half, to be the first goal of the Saudi women’s team in history.
Four minutes into the second half, Maryam Al-Tamimi added the second goal for Al-Akhdar, from a penalty kick.
Brazilian legend Pele congratulated the Saudi Football Association on this match, and wrote on his official account on Twitter: “I would like to congratulate the Saudi Football Association and the Saudi women’s national team on playing their first official international match, today is a historic day, not only for For them, but for all football lovers.
For his part, the International Football Association celebrated the first international match for the Saudi women’s team, and wrote through his account on “Twitter”: “A picture of history. The Saudi team played today the first match in the history of women’s football.”
And represented the Saudi national team in the first international match in its history: Sarah Muhammad in the goalkeeper, defenders: Lin Muhammad, Tala Al-Ghamdi, Lana Abdel-Razzaq, Bayan Sadaka, and in the middle: Reem Al-Tamimi, Lian Al-Gohari, Sarah Hamad, Noura Ibrahim, Al-Bandari Mubarak, and the striker Al-Bandari. Hawsawi.