DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The Serbian soccer federation was charged by FIFA on Saturday for hanging a political banner about neighboring independent state Kosovo in the locker room before playing Brazil at the World Cup. It showed a map of Serbia that included the territory of its former province, which has been an independent state for nearly 15 years, and the slogan “No Surrender.” Photos circulated of the banner draped over the lockers of Milos Veljkovic and Andrija Zivkovic ahead of the team’s 2-0
Poland led 1-0 through Piotr Zielinski's goal as half-time approached when the Saudis were awarded the softest of penalties following a VAR check. Krystian Bielik was penalised for the slightest contact on Saleh Al Shehri to the delight of a partisan Saudi crowd. Robert Lewandowski's first World Cup finals goal then sealed the deal with eight minutes to go.
The former Arsenal goalkeeper made a stunning double save to deny the Saudis.