Iran punished Wales during the break
Iran downplayed the distractions that engulfed the team after landing in Qatar their World Cup campaign continues that they gathered to them He defeated Wales with a score of 0:2 on Friday, they give it to themselves a chance to reach the knockout stage.
Iran they lost by 6:2 England In the opening game of Group B, however, the two goals against the hosts gave them confidence that they could compete with the European sides as they arrived at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium with a point to prove. The Asian team has never made it past the group stage in the previous five World Cups but Carlos Queiroz’s men will now fancy their chance after an impressive display as they punished a Wales side reduced to 10 men late in the second half.
Advanced strikers Chief Azmun and Mehdi Taremi Both ply their trade in Europe and Queiroz, who only picked one striker against England, paired them up front to keep the Welsh defense back and on their toes throughout the game. goalkeeper of Iran Alirizo Beiranvand lost the game after suffering a concussion and a broken nose against England and his substitute Sayyid Hossein Hosseini was very against the task Wales despite shipping six goals in the opener.
He saw the beginning of the cage Iran exploits weaknesses in the Welsh midfield who had the advantage of numbers, but lacked discipline and was easily defeated by both Aaron Ramsey and Ethan Ampadu they poured forward. Iran had their first warning shot on the ball in the first half when they pounced on a weak pass, only to have it go for it. disallowed for offside.
After a scoreless first half, it was only in the second period that Iran came alive. Azmun and Ali Golizade hit the woodwork within seconds of each other while Saeed Ezatalohi also tried to save. It caused panic in the Wales side, who were visibly tiring in the heat, and it was when it started. keeper Wayne Hennessey took a shot from his box and sent Taremi out with a high knee, because he got a red card for trouble. The dispatch opened the game Iran who moved forward with new energy and beat Wales with a 9-minute break. a one-two punch to leave the Welsh fans in tears in the stands.
Ruzbeh Cheshmi opened the scoring with a brilliant shot from distance that had the substitute keeper Danny Ward to rush before Ramin Rezaian with a neat chip in another counter-attack to double their lead over their Welsh counterparts.