Wales vs Iran FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights: Iran Beat 10-man Wales 2-0 To Stay Alive In Group B
FIFA World Cup 2022, Wales vs Iran Highlights: Iran struck two goals in the injury time to beat 10-man Wales in a Group B match. Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was sent-off for a foul outside the penalty box.
Wales vs Iran, FIFA World Cup 2022, Highlights: Iran made the most of their one-man advantage, scoring two injury-time goals to beat Wales 2-0 to stay alive in the Group B. Late into the second-half, Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was sent-off for a foul outside the penalty box, giving Iran a man's advantage in the dying minutes. The first half remained a drab affair, with neither of the two teams managing to creat big chances. Earlier, Gareth Bale made history for Wales as he started the game against Iran, making his 110th appearance for the country. (Matchcentre)
Here are the Highlights Updates of the FIFA World Cup 2022, Football Match between Wales and Iran straight from Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
- 15:37 (IST)FIFA World Cup LIVE: Iran looking to catch Wales on the breakBetter tempo, better passing from Wales, especially in the middle of the pitch. Last match's half-time talk seems to have had an impact on the players. Iran counter in numbers and put in a couple of juicy crosses but no Welsh defenders thwart both attempts.
- 15:20 (IST)FIFA World Cup LIVE: Wales hope for maiden win of campaignThe Dragons could only secure a draw in their opening group game against the USA, that too after a late Gareth Bale penalty. Wales players also had to face some harsh words from the manager at half-time. Expect them to give their all on the pitch today.
- 14:36 (IST)FIFA WC 2022 Live: Here are the starting lineupsWales: Wayne Hennessey (goalkeeper), Neco Williams, Ben Davies, Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Harry Wilson, Aaron Ramsey, Gareth Bale, Kieffer Moore, Connor Roberts, Ethan AmpaduIran: Hossein Hosseini (goalkeeper), Ehsan Haji Safi, Milad Mohammadi, Saeid Ezatolahi, Morteza Pouraliganji, Mehdi Taremi, Ali Gholizadeh, Majid Hosseini, Sardar Azmoun, Ahmad Noorrollahi, Ramin Rezaeian