The second round of matches of the group stage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup starts today, November 25, with a group B match that can already configure the first eliminated from the World Cup before the round of 16. After the resounding 6-2 defeat of the Iranians against England, Carlos Queiroz’s men cannot fail against Wales if they want to stay alive in the champion and do not want to say goodbye to the World Cup on the fast track. Anything short of a victory over the team led by Gareth Bale would leave Iran on the brink of the precipice, with their chances of going through to the next round greatly diminished.

Wales, for their part, managed to force a 1-1 draw against the United States on the first day of the World Cup, a result that keeps them in the fight in the middle part of the group, tied on points with their North American rival in the group, to achieve one of the first two places in group B that give access to the round of 16. Bale’s team knows that Being superior to Iran in this match is essential to be able to continue dreaming of the pass to the following crosses, since in the last day of the group they will have to fight against England, which today leads this group with three points.

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Where to watch the Wales vs Iran match on television

Wales – Iran, match of the second day of group B of this World Cup in Qatar 2022, takes place today, Friday, November 25, starting at 11:00 a.m. in the morning, Spanish time, which has a time difference of two hours with respect to Qatar. The match between the two teams can be seen on television through Movistar and Gol Mundial. Also, El Confidencial will inform minute by minute of all the matches of the championshipso it will be possible to consult all the information about the meeting with live coverage.

  • When is Wales vs Iran: 11:00, Spanish time
  • where is played: Ahmad bin Ali Stadium (Al Rayyan)
  • Where to watch the game: World Goal, Movistar Plus+

Welsh

Gareth Bale once again demonstrated his leadership in the national team scoring the only goal for his team in the draw against the United States. It was Wales’ first goal in a World Cup since 1964 and now they will try to beat Iran to head to the round of 16. Although they are favourites, everything indicates that it will be a very even and disputed match.

Bale is the ‘alma mater’ of this team (Reuters/Marko Djurica)

Iran

Carlos Queiroz wanted to defend his players after the win against England in his World Cup debut. The match was in the news even before the initial whistle, due to the decision of the Iranian players not to sing their country’s anthem in protest of the violent reactions with which the state is unleashing against the demonstrations in tribute to the young Mahsa Amini, who died after failing to properly wear the veil. Now, the Portuguese coach will have to raise the spirits of his footballers if they want to continue aspiring to sneak into the 16 best teams in the world. Also, the loss of goalkeeper Beiranvandinjured in the first game against England, will make things even more difficult for the Iranian team.

The Iran players did not sing their country’s anthem in their first match (EFE EPA/Neil Hall)

The Wales – Iran game that opens the second day of Group B of the 2022 World Cup could be decisive… or make things even more complicated in the fight for second place. A match that promises strong emotions.

The second round of matches of the group stage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup starts today, November 25, with a group B match that can already configure the first eliminated from the World Cup before the round of 16. After the resounding 6-2 defeat of the Iranians against England, Carlos Queiroz’s men cannot fail against Wales if they want to stay alive in the champion and do not want to say goodbye to the World Cup on the fast track. Anything short of a victory over the team led by Gareth Bale would leave Iran on the brink of the precipice, with their chances of going through to the next round greatly diminished.

Source: www.elconfidencial.com

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