Saudi Arabia has declared a national holiday to celebrate its stunning 2-1 World Cup victory over Argentina.

Commentators are hailing the victory as one of the greatest upsets in the tournament’s history, and the kingdom is celebrating. According to Alarabiya News, King Salman declared Wednesday a national holiday in Saudi Arabia at the suggestion of his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange will also be closed for the day. It will reopen on Thursday.

It was an over-the-top celebration of their victory over Lionel Messi.

After scoring their first and final goal at the 10-minute mark, the Argentinians were defeated by the Saudis, who scored two goals within five minutes of one another in the second half. It was reported as the first in five attempts.

The victory puts Saudi Arabia on par with high-profile teams such as England and France at the top of the Group C table. The team is set to face Poland on Saturday.