Watch hilarious moment Saudi Arabia fan rips DOOR off its hinges in excitement after heroic World Cup win over Argentina

Watch hilarious moment Saudi Arabia fan rips DOOR off its hinges in excitement after heroic World Cup win over Argentina

A SAUDI ARABIAN fan celebrated his country’s winner over Argentina by ripping his OWN DOOR off.

Saudi Arabia put together one of the greatest World Cup shockers of all time when they beat Lionel Messi and co 2-1 in the group stage.

Saudi Arabian fans erupted into wild celebrations after the win over Argentina
Saudi Arabian fans erupted into wild celebrations after the win over Argentina
One Saudi Arabian fan went so crazy he ripped a door off its hinges
One Saudi Arabian fan went so crazy he ripped a door off its hinges

Messi opened the scoring after just 10 minutes from the penalty spot and it looked like the Copa America winners would cruise to an easy victory.

However, Herve Renard’s men fought back in the second half and equalised with Saleh Alshehri on 48 minutes.

And Salem Aldawsari netted a stunning winner just five minutes later to seal Saudi Arabia’s most famous World Cup victory.

A group of fans watched the game from home and were lucky to record the moment Aldawsari scored his screamer without knowing they would soon go viral on Twitter.

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Wild celebrations erupted inside a small house and one of them went so crazy he actually ripped the main door off its hinges.

He then dragged the door outside and dropped it on the floor while his fellow fans cheered inside.

No one seemed too bothered by the damage caused as the perpetrator received a big hug as he walked back inside.

This was such a historic victory that the kingdom of Saudi Arabia declared that a national holiday will be in effect on Wednesday.

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This means Saudi Arabians can carry on with their celebrations without the worry of needing to go to work tomorrow.

Both private and public sector workers will be given this break alongside students of all educational ages.

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