Prince MbS Gives Rolls Royce Phantom to Every Saudi Arabian Player

Prince MbS Gives Rolls Royce Phantom to Every Saudi Arabian Player
Prince MbS Gives Rolls Royce Phantom to Every Saudi Arabian Player
Jakarta, CNNIndonesia

All players Saudi Arabia called getting a crazy gift from Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) after winning 2-1 over Argentina in World Cup 2022.

Saudi Arabia appeared impressive in the first match of the 2022 World Cup against Copa America champions, Argentina, at the Lusail Stadium, Tuesday (22/11).

Left behind by Lionel Messi’s penalty in the 10th minute, Saudi Arabia turned 2-1 up in the second half through Saleh Al Shehri (48′) and Salem Al Dawsari (53′).



The victory over Argentina made The Green Falcons top Group C by collecting three points.

Not only that, Saudi Arabia also broke a number of records, starting from the first Asian team to score against Argentina with two goals, the first victory in the first match of the World Cup, to the first victory over La Albiceleste.

The slick achievement of Herve Renard’s team received appreciation from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabian Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud is reported to have given every Saudi Arabian player a Rolls Royce Phantom car as a gift after a fantastic win over Argentina.

The crazy gift from Prince MbS to the Saudi Arabian player went viral on social media Twitter. Indian businessman Suhel Seth was one of those who uploaded the news that a Saudi Arabian player got a Rolls Royce from Prince MbS.

A well-known social media activist who is also a dentist, Awab Alvi, said that all Saudi Arabian players got Phantom Rolls Royce cars.

Quoted from Rolls Royce Pasadena, the price for the Phantom type released in 2022 ranges from US $ 460 thousand to 550 thousand, or the equivalent of IDR 7.212 to IDR 8.624 billion.

[Gambas:Video CNN]


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