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England trounced Iran 6-2 in the second match of the FIFA World Cup 2022.

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England trashed Iran in the FIFA World Cup 2022 with a score of 6-2. The game took place at the Khalifa International Stadium on the evening of November 21 in front of thousands of supporters of both teams. At seven o’clock in the evening, the beginning of the second match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 got under way.

England had complete and total control over Iran from the very outset of the game. They attack Iran in every minutes of the game. They had just completed the annihilation of Iran’s defense and were in complete command of the game. Throughout the entirety of the game, England held possession of the ball 79% of the time, while Iran only had 21% of it. During this match, England had a pass completion percentage of 89%, completed 797 passes total, and was given 8 corner kicks. Iran, on the other side, successfully completed 215 passes, with a pass accuracy of 66%, and did not have a corner in this game. The fact that England outperformed Iran in every category and scored more goals than Iran did ultimately led to the game’s outcome favoring England. Iran was never given a single chance to play by their way, but England made the most of their opportunities and scored goal after goal.

In this encounter, a total of 8 goals were scored, with England scoring 6 goals and Iran scoring only 2. There were a total of three goals scored in the first half, and England was responsible for scoring every single one of them. At the 35-minute mark of the game, Jude Bellingham scored the game’s first goal with a spectacular header. Luke Shaw contributed to the success of this effort by assisting on this goal. A beautiful goal was scored by Bukayo Saka with assistance from Harry Maguire 43 minutes into the match. The third goal of the match for England was scored by Raheem Sterling at the 45+1 minute mark in the extra time of the first half of the game. This goal was beautifully assisted by Harry Kane. The first half of the match came to a close with England holding a lead of three goals over their opponents.

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England scored three goals and Iran scored two in the second half, for a total of five goals scored in the 2nd half. At the 62-minute mark of the match, England’s Bukayo Saka scored once more for his team. Raheem Sterling was one of the players who provided assistance on this goal. Iran’s first goal was scored by Mehdi Taremi with assistance from Ali Gholizadeh at the 65-minute mark of the match. Marcus Rashford scored England’s fifth goal with 71 minutes remaining in the match, and Harry Kane assisted him in the scoring. The winning goal for England was scored by Jack Grealish with just a minute and a half remaining in the match. Callum Wilson provided an assist on England’s very last goal, which was scored by Jordan Pickford. The score was 5-1 at that moment in time. After the first 90 minutes of play, during the extra time that followed, England committed a foul at the 90+9 minute mark of the game. The referee reached his judgement with the assistance of the video assistant referee (VAR), and he awarded Iran with a penalty because the incident occurred inside of England’s penalty area. Mehdi Taremi scored his second goal of the match at 90+13 minutes of the game through the penalty kick. The final score was 6-2, which was a victory for England in the match.

 

As a result of their victory, England climbed to the top of the point table for Group B, where they now hold a lead of three points. The match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia is scheduled to take place at the Lusail Stadium on Tuesday, November 22, at 4:00 p.m.

England vs Iran

1st Half 2nd Half Full Time

England

3 3

6

Iran 0 2

2

 

Goals:

Jude Bellingham (Luke Shaw) — (England) – 35’

Bukayo Saka (Harry Maguire) — (England) – 43’

Raheem Sterling (Harry Kane) — (England) – 45+1’

Bukayo Saka (Raheem Sterling) — (England) – 62’

Mehdi Taremi (Ali Gholizadeh) — (Iran) – 65’

Marcus Rashford (Harry Kane) — (England) – 71’

Jack Grealish (Callum Wilson) — (England) – 90’

Mehdi Taremi — (Iran) – 90+13’ (Penalty)

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