(IranSportsPress) – Iran fought hard against Spain but came up short 1-0 in a tough match that showed Iran is capable of playing against the top teams in the world. Highlights of the Iran Spain match: Iran’s post match press conference:
(IranSportsPress – Telegraph) – The scoreline will record that Spain beat Iran 1-0, to ease their way towards qualification for the last 16. But rarely can a victory have been as hard won. Never mind the kitchen sink, Spain’s players must have felt as if the entire contents of the local porcelain factory had been hurled
(IranSportsPress – CBS Sports) – Instant replay does a lot of good. It allows officials to go back and make the right call in a questionable situation, and it can also keep matches fair. VAR in the FIFA World Cup has been largely unobtrusive to this point, but that ended during Spain’s 1-0 win over Iran. On the seventh
(IranSportsPress – Reuters) – Spain came through a tough World Cup opener against Portugal in impressive style as the aftershocks of the sacking of their coach were still reverberating and they will need to keep the pedal firmly to the floor when they meet Iran on Wednesday. The thrilling 3-3 draw with Portugal in Sochi
(IranSportsPress – Tehran Times) – Iran national football team goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand said Spain will not have an easy match against Team Melli. Spain will face Iran on June 20 in Kazan in Group B of the 2018 World Cup. “Thank God we won our first game against Morocco. It was a very important match
(IranSportsPress.com | TehranTimes)- Iran has been drawn in a tough-looking Group F alongside two-time world champion Spain, African champion Morocco, and tournament debutante Azerbaijan in the FIFA Futsal World Cup. There will be six groups of four teams with the top two in each section plus the four best third-placed teams will advance to the knockout phase.