- Ibrahima Niane and Cavin Diagne both score with volleyed efforts
- Result is Senegal's biggest margin of victory in tournament's history
- Saudi Arabia goalkeeper Mohammed Alyami makes several impressive saves
Semi-finalists last time out, Senegal started strongly at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 with a 2-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in Group F.
Ibrahima Niane and Cavin Diagne both came up with brilliant volleyed efforts back-to-back in the 13th and 15th minutes to give Senegal an early two-goal cushion.
Senegal continued to look threatening throughout the match and produced several goalscoring chances. Saudi Arabia goalkeeper Mohammed Alyami kept the scoreline respectable for his side, making multiple saves on clear opportunities for Senegal to extend their lead.
The result represents Senegal's biggest margin of victory in the history of the tournament and sees them claim an early lead in the group.