The first red card Qatar World Cup 2022 It was shown only at the beginning of the second date and it happened in the meeting between Iran Y Welsh for group B. Wayne Hennessey left the ‘Dragons’ with 10 men due to a strong tackle against the rival player.
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At minute 86, in a goal action by the Asian team, the goalkeeper of the European team came out with great force and hit the Iranian footballer. Instantly, the referee showed him the yellow card, however, he was called by the VAR to review the play.
After observing in detail on the screen, the judge considered aggression for which he took the red card from the goalkeeper. Technical director Rob Page reconsidered his team and Danny Ward entered the goal, but had to withdraw Aaron Ramsey.
The extra man in the field benefited Iran who advanced their lines in search of victory until they did. In stoppage time, Cheshmi and Rezaeian scored for the 2-0 that keeps the Asian team alive in group B of the 2022 World Cup.
Iran vs. Wales: match preview
Key duel for the ‘Red Dragons’ and the ‘Princes of Persia’ for the pass to the next round of the World Cup. In their debut, the Rob Page-led side salvaged a point in a 1-1 draw against the United States. While the cast led by the experienced Carlos Queiroz suffered a hard 6-2 loss against England.
In Wales, Gareth Bale is one of the regulars in the team’s starting lineup. But, after the bustle against the Americans, coach Page was left with a doubt related to the potential companion of the ‘Cardiff Express’. Thus, Daniel James, who started, could lose his place in the eleven due to the possible entry of Kieffer Moore.
Meanwhile, Iran announced that goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand, retired due to injury before the English, returned to training with the rest of the group. The ‘1′ worked with a protection and it is unlikely that he will start the actions, so Hossein Hosseini gets ready to square himself under the posts in a commitment in which only win serves.