Saudi Arabia vs Qatar, Gulf Cup semifinal updates: Saudi Arabia beats Qatar 1-0

All you need to know about how and where to watch the 2019 Gulf Cup semifinal between Saudi Arabia and host Qatar on Thursday.

The 2019 Gulf Cup semifinal between Saudi Arabia and Qatar is on Thursday 5 December, 2019.   -  GETTY IMAGES

UPDATES:

Saudi Arabia beats Qatar 1-0 to book a place in the Gulf Cup 2019 final. It will take on Bahrain on Sunday.

Nine minutes into the second-half, Saudi has managed to keep Qatar at bay. It's first-half lead of 1-0 is still intact.

HALF-TIME: Saudi Arabia manages to hold on to its 1-0 lead.

Al-Hamdan 28th minute strike has put Saudi Arabia in front. It's Saudi 1-0 Qatar.

Goals from Akram Hassan Afif, Hassan Al Haydos and Boualem Khoukhi helped Qatar defeat United Arab Emirates 4-2 on Monday to progress into the semifinals of the Gulf Cup.

The win has set up an intriguing semifinal clash between the host Qatar and Saudi Arabia, one of the three West Asian countries which has imposed an economic blockade against it.

When is Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar taking place?

The 2019 Gulf Cup semifinal between Saudi Arabia and Qatar is on Thursday 5 December, 2019.

What time does Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar start?

The 2019 Gulf Cup semifinal between Saudi Arabia and Qatar will kick off at 10:30 PM IST.

Where is Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar taking place?

The 2019 Gulf Cup semifinal between Saudi Arabia and Qatar will be played at Al Janoub Stadium in Doha.

Which channel is showing Saudi Arabia vs. Qatar?

There's no official word yet on which channel or online platform will broadcast the match.

Squads

Qatar: Saad Al Sheeb, Mohammed Al-Bakri, Fahad Younes; Abdelkarim Hassan, Boualem Khoukhi, Ro-Ro, Al-Mahdi Ali Mukhtar, Tarek Salman, Bassam Al-Rawi, Musab Kheder, Fahad Al-Abdulrahman; Karim Boudiaf, Abdulaziz Hatem, Salem Al-Hajri, Ahmed Fatehi, Abdullah Al-Ahrak; Hassan Al-Haydos (captain), Akram Afif, Almoez Ali, Ismaeel Mohammad, Mohammed Muntari, Yusuf Abdurisag, MohammedSalah Al-Neel

Saudi Arabia: Amin Bukhari, Mohammed Al-Rubeai, Fawaz Al-Qarni; Saud Abdulhamid, Hassan Tombakti, Ziyad Al-Sahafi, Mohammed Al-Khabrani, Talal Al-Absi, Yaser Al-Shahrani, Sultan Al-Ghanam; Salman Al-Faraj, Yahya Al-Shehri, Nawaf Al Abed, Hatten Bahebri, Abdulellah Al-Malki, Abdullah Otayf, Abdulfattah Asiri, Salem Al-Dawsari, Turki Al-Ammar, Abdulaziz Al-Bishi, Mohamed Kanno; Abdullah Al-Hamdan, Firas Al-Buraikan

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