Saleh Al-Shehri shone for the hosts, scoring two goals, while Abdulrahman Ghareeb contributed the third goal, and Abdullah Radif sealed the scoreline.
Despite displaying sporadic threats, Pakistan found themselves outplayed for the majority of the match.
Nevertheless, the Green Falcons can take pride in noticeable improvements in their performance.
Looking ahead, Pakistan is scheduled to host Tajikistan in their next fixture, while Saudi Arabia will travel to face Jordan. Both matches are set for Tuesday, November 21.
Pakistan has advanced to the second round of the FIFA World Cup Qualifier AFC for the first time in history.
Stephen Constantine, the foreign coach of the national team, expressed confidence in the players’ ability to deliver a strong performance.