Bellhingam Strikes in the 34th, Saka on 43rd and Kane in extra time of first half of England vs Iran match

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Goal 1

Bellhingam Strikes in the 34th and Saka on 43rd minute of England vs Iran match.The English team took the lead thanks to a goal by Bellingham, who redirected a cross by Luke Shaw into the back of the net. Maguire had previously had a header attempt from a corner kick that was denied by the crossbar. With Iran packing the middle, England will need to rely on their overlapping full-backs and wingers or a well-executed dead ball if they want to create more.

Goal 2

With help from Maguire, Saka gives England a commanding 2-0 lead. He scored the second goal in the 43rd minute of the match. Arsenal teenager Bukayo Saka scored England’s second goal after getting on the receiving of a stunning volley from Harry Maguire’s header inside the six-yard box.

Goal 3

Harry Kane’s scores England’s 3rd goal in the extra time of the first half of match. It becomes clear that Iran’s defence has been helpless to prevent England from scoring.

As a result of the time that was wasted providing medical aid to goalie Alireza Beiranvand, the referee added 14 minutes of extra time to the game. The English team doesn’t waste any time in their pursuit of yet another score, maintaining excellent control of the ball.

Goar 4

After a move by Iran that is not completed, England once again launches a counterattack, and Raheem Sterling delivers the ball over the top of the defence. The squad led by Southgate was unable to capitalize on the corner kick opportunity.

Goal 5

The first one for Iran!
Mehdi Taremi of Iran scores the goal of honour for Iran. In a fantastic display of individual skill, Mehdi shoots hard and beats Pickford to the ball.

Goal 6

Marcus Rashford scored the fifth goal of the night only seconds after coming in as a substitute. It was his first goal in a World Cup and came as a result of a fantastic individual effort by the Manchester United star who fired the ball into the net.

Bellhingam Strikes in the 34th, Saka on 43rd and Kane in extra time of first half of England vs Iran match

Gareth Southgate has put out a more offensive lineup than usual because the team hasn’t won in six games with their usual starting back five. This could be a way to break the losing streak. Declan Rice is the center of the four-man defense, which lets Mason Mount move into the midfield. There, he and Jude Bellingham will try to find gaps to get attacks going. Iran probably won’t keep possession of the ball because of what the other team could do to the team’s roster.

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