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Iran punish Wales on the break.

Iran They ignored the distractions that had plagued the team since they landed in Qatar. Their World Cup campaign is underway. When they gather Sloppy beat Wales 0-2 On Friday, giving themselves A chance to reach the knockout stage.

Iran They lost 6-2 England However, the two goals he scored in their opening game in Group B gave them the confidence to compete with European teams and they arrived at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium. The Asian team has never gone beyond the group stage in five World Cups But Carlos Queiroz’s men will fancy their chance after proving their impressive form by punishing a Wales side reduced to 10 men late in the second half.

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Frontline attackers Sardar Azmun And Mehdi Taremi Both plying their trade in Europe and against England, Queiroz combined up front to keep the Welsh defense back and on their toes throughout the game. Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand missed the game. After a concussion and a broken nose against England and in his place Syed Hossein Hosseini He is very determined to do what he opposes Wells Despite conceding six goals in the opener.

A mass start appeared Iran will exploit gaps in Wales’ midfield. He had a numerical advantage but lacked discipline and was easily defeated both times Aaron Ramsey And Ethan Ampadu It flowed forward. Iran kicked their first warning ball and found the ball in the net in the first half, but they were able to capitalize on poor passing in relation to the running of the game. It was decided not to be out of the game.

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After a goalless first half, it was only a few minutes into the second period that Iran came alive. Azmun and Ali Golizadeh hit the woodwork Seconds apart, Saeed Izatolahim made a save. It had sown panic through the Welshman, who was visibly tiring in the heat, and time fell on his head. Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey took it out of the box and lifted Taremi with his knee., as he received a red card for his troubles. The red card opened the game. Iran Bursting forward with renewed energy and nine minutes of stoppage time added on, they floored Wales. A deadly one-two punch To leave Wales fans in the stands in tears.

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Roozbeh Cheshmi The substitute goalkeeper scored a long-range goal. Danny Ward Scratching before Ramin Rezaeian Another counter-attack saw them double their lead with good chipping from their Welsh counterparts.


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