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This is what a world champion looks like...Al-Dossary hugs the trophy at the O2.
9.25PM: A very happy Al-Dossary cannot quite belive what he has achieved and says he did it for Saudi Arabia. “I am really proud that I made my country proud. I am very grateful to my family and coach. Hopefully this is the start of my era and I can make my country proud every year," the 18-year-old said.
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9.22PM: Al-Dossary gets a standing ovation at the O2, he has had a great 2018 and has now added the world title to the title he win in Manchester.
9.20PM: Al-Dossary has done it, he had beaten Stefano Pinna 4-0 overall to take the world title and the $250,000 cheque. Having won the first leg, he was favorite for the title with the second clash being played on his favored X-Box, and a 2-0 victory secured him a first world title.
9.10PM: Al-Dossary goes 1-0 up in the second-leg, surely it is too much for Pinna to do to prevent the Saudi Arabian from getting his hands on the world title?
8.45PM: Al-Dossary deservedly takes the first leg 2-0. Anything can happen in E-sports, though, so the clash is far from over. Can he hold on for the world title?
8.25PM: Mosaad Al-Dossary takes to the stage at the O2 ahead of the final.
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Mosaad Al-Dossary thanks his fans after his semitfinal victory.
7.15PM: Saudi Arabia’s Mosaad Al-Dossary is ready to battle it out for a top prize of $250,000 in tonight’s FIFA eWorld Cup™ Grand Final 2018, being held at The O2 in London.
The young Saudi will face Belgium’s Stefano Pinna having come through a testing group, which saw him win six of his seven matches scoring 48 goals in the process.
He then came through three knockout games, memorably winning his quarterfinal against Germany’s Michael Bittner 9-4.
Al-Dossary has already won the FUT Champions Cup Manchester this year and has now seen off the challenge of 30 other gamers at the O2, can he now beat Pinna and land the big prized become the FIFA 18 World Champion?