King Fahd International Stadium is the national football stadium in Saudi Arabia and is in Riyadh. Hosted the 1989 FIFA U-20 World Cup Final, won by Portugal after defeating Nigeria. The stadium is used by several football clubs, including Al-Hilal, the most popular club sports in the country. One of his most memorable matches was the 3-2 win over the world-famous English side Manchester United FC in front of a capacity crowd. The first goal in the stadium was scored by Majed Abdullah, who played 147 games for the national soccer team of Saudi Arabia. The stadium has the highest ceiling of all stadiums in the world, providing shade in the hot desert climate.