Own goal in injury time lifts Iran over Morocco at World Cup

Russia 2018 Iran Snatch Late Winner Vs Dominant Morocco

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The result has already left Morocco struggling to stay alive in its first World Cup in 20 years.

At home, Iranian authorities have been receiving increasing criticism for policies that ban female spectators from entering stadiums for men's sporting events.

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However, that wasn't the only highlight of them match.

"We hoped to go to the stadium but we are very happy to come here with my family".

In an attempt to head the ball away from the goal, Aziz Bouhaddouz found the back of his own net.

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"If the game against Morocco was the World Cup final for us, the game against Spain will be the Universe Cup final", Queiroz said.

Traffic on the city's main north-south artery, Vali Asr Street, reduced to a crawl as hundreds of cars blasted their horns and jubilant fans hung out of windows waving the Iranian flag and screaming.

Omid Ebrahimi did a crucial job as a marauding shield in Iran's midfield, protecting what was already the strongest global defence in Asia.

U.S. sanctions mean that, as a United States company, Nike can not supply shoes to players in the Iranian National team at this time. The slogan on the billboard read "Together we are champions: one nation, one heartbeat".

The second highest priority is to score as many goals as possible because the battle for first in Group B will be decided by goal difference if Spain and Portugal both win their next two games, as is expected.

But Iranians always revel in being the underdog.

"We don't have camps, we have problems".

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