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Gareth Southgate doesn’t look happy after a 6-2 Win against Iran

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Gareth Southgate doesn’t look happy after a 6-2 Win against Iran. How England’s players completed their November 21 match against Iran during the FIFA World Cup group stage infuriated manager Gareth Southgate. Due to goals from Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, and Raheem Sterling, the Three Lions led 3-0 at the break. In the 62nd minute of play, the Arsenal winger scored his second goal of the contest.

Three minutes later, Mehedi Taremi managed to score a goal after being allowed to get past England’s defense. When Marcus Rashford scored to make it 5-1 in the 72nd minute, any prospects of a comeback were shattered. Callum Wilson gave Jack Grealish a big assist so that he could score. However, John Stones fumbled a penalty in stoppage time, which FC Porto’s attacker calmly converted.

The former Middlesbrough manager expressed his displeasure with his team’s performance to the BBC after the game. I’m getting a little tired of the conclusion, he said. We must be pleased with our performance given the margin of victory. The players were prepared and appeared ready, which made us feel as though we wanted to be that kind of squad and they handled the game well.

We dealt with the threats, and although our passing and movement were excellent, he continued, “I’ve had to be happy, but we shouldn’t be conceding two goals at that stage of the game, and we’ll have to be right on our game against the States.” Although it’s a terrific beginning, we must improve.

If Taremi had successfully converted his penalty, England would have matched their record for the largest World Cup victory. 6 Goals – England scored six goals in a major tournament game for just the second time in their history, also doing so against Panama at the World Cup 2018 to record their biggest-ever victory in their tournament opener (World Cup/EUROs).

In the 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage, they defeated Panama 6-1, but they were unable to top or match that result against Iran. However, the victory puts them in a fantastic position to go to the knockout round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. On November 25, they take on the USA, and four days later, they play Wales to wrap out their Group B campaign. The last time England didn’t advance from the group stages of the competition was in 2014 when they earned just one point.

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Salman Shaikh
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