Watch hilarious moment Argentina fan swap shirts with Saudi Arabia supporter after shock World Cup defeat | The Sun

FANS from Argentina and Saudi Arabia fantastically swapped shirts at the end of the game between their two sides at the World Cup.

Saudi Arabia staged a brilliant comeback to shock Argentina 2-1 in their first game at the tournament.



The two fans were then filmed enjoying the occasion and despite the defeat.

David Vujanic, who was wearing the Argentina shirt was all smiles as he swapped shirts.

The Youtuber with over 100k subscribers shared the video on Twitter with the message "We all Saudi now".

The clip was shared to his 129.8k followers and went viral with over 10,000 likes and 3.2million views.

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Lionel Messi had given Argentina the lead in the 10th minute from the spot after a foul in the build-up to a corner.

But the show was stolen in the second half as goals from Saleh Al-Shehri and Salem Al-Dawsari earned the Saudi's the win.

Argentina will now have to make sure they pick up results in their next two games to qualify from the group.

They face tricky games against Mexico and then Poland in their remaining group fixtures.

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Star player Messi will be hoping that he can help his team bounce back after the shock defeat to Saudi Arabia.

The PSG attacker has said that this will likely be his last World Cup and it is the one trophy that has so far alluded him in his career.

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