Omar Khribin drew the Asian side nearer to a place at Russia 2018 on Thursday with an emotional champ in their qualifying conflict with Uzbekistan. Syria kept their wonderful journey for a place at the 2018 World Cup alive on Thursday with a last-wheeze 1-0 triumph over Uzbekistan to keep up their place in the race for programmed capability.
The country – right now held by struggle – have never achieved the finals of a World Cup yet have a genuine possibility of leaving a mark on the world this time around with a main two place still inside their grip.
Arms stockpile’s top young sensations Playing before a jam of only 350 in Malaysia, Omar Khribin’s 90th-minute punishment moved Syria to inside a state of their adversaries, who sit in the play-off spot in Group A.
Syria are only two focuses uncontrolled of South Korea – who were beaten 1-0 by China – in the second programmed qualifying place, with an immense outing to Seoul approaching on Tuesday.
Any positive outcome on Tuesday would give them a gigantic favorable position heading into the last two diversions, given Syria confront amass strugglers Qatar and China. Look at Khribin’s “Panenka” punishment above!