England opened the World Cup by beating Iran 6-2

England is way ahead of Iran in terms of football skills and experience playing on the world stage. The same is proven in field play. Iran has just flown to the British.

England defeated Iran 6-2 in the second match of this season’s World Cup, which will be played on Monday at the Khalifa International Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar.

Many analysts say the goal difference would have been even lower had Iran’s goalkeeper Ali Reza had not been injured on the pitch.

Kieran Trippier took a free kick in the 8th minute of the match. The ball goes to Harry Kane. He made a good cross from the front of the 6-yard box. Goalkeeper Ali Reza jumped to prevent it. Meanwhile, defender Majed Hussaini went to the head to clear the head.

But goalkeeper Ali Reza cleared the danger, but he himself was in danger. He left the field after having the dream with Majed Hussaini.

Hossein Hosseini replaced Ali Reza. Inexperienced Hossain could not play the role of the savior of the team.

J. Bellingham led the team with a goal in the 35th minute of the game. blusterous scored a goal with his head.

Bukayo Saka doubled the gap with a goal in the 43rd minute. After that, Raheem Sterling scored the third goal for England in the first minute of the 14 minutes added to the first half.

The English went into the break with a 3-0 lead in the first half.

After the break, Bukayo Saka scored her second and her team’s fourth goal in the 62nd minute.

Iranian Mehdi Taremi found the goal only 3 minutes after Sakar’s goal and closed the gap.

Then Marcus Rashford scored in the 71st minute. Jack Grealish put the final nail into Iran’s goal in the 89th minute.

But if England fouls in extra time, Iran gets a penalty. Taremi narrowed the defeat gap 6-2 with a goal from the penalty spot.