SAUDI ARABIA players were on top of the world – and tables – as they celebrated their heroic World Cup win over Argentina.
Lionel Messi’s side were stunned 2-1 at the Lusail Stadium thanks to an epic second-half turnaround.
Saudi Arabia fans were seen jubilantly cheering in the crowd as the players led the celebrations on the field.
But the good times carried over into the dressing room as the players were seen dancing on tables and throwing water.
Messi had opened the lead through the penalty spot after ten minutes but soon saw THREE goals disallowed.
It set the scene for a colossal upset as a pair of stunners from forwards Saleh Al-Shehri and Salem Al-Dawsari saw Argentina stunned.
Roy Keane, who laughed off Saudi Arabia’s pre-World Cup chances, slammed Messi’s flops.
He said on ITV: “There is no aggression, there are bodies there but you have to go and attack the ball, there is no composure, they have lost their heads.
“Look at Di Maria here! Di Maria, my God.”
Keane added: “They [Saudi Arabia] had something to hold onto by this point.
“When they go 2-1 up they are looking at Argentina going, ‘Listen, this is a long way back for you’.
“They needed quality but they didn’t show that quality. Di Maria, decision making… they get into one or two positions, they were hesitant, Saudi Arabia were getting bodies on the line, they were fantastic.
“But Argentina have got to do better. Saudi Arabia were aggressive, they were big and strong, had a bit of luck as you need, the goalkeeper did very well but the quality from Argentina was poor.”