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The Qatar World Cup 2022 is one of the most exciting events in world football. Millions of people from all over the world will watch the World Cup as it is a time that fans, neutrals or those looking to enjoy themselves will be celebrating and supporting their national teams as they attempt to progress through various stages of the most illustrious international tournaments in the world. Secure your World Cup tickets and support Iran in this exciting competition by securing your Iran World Cup 2022 tickets with Football Ticket Pad today.

From all over the world, various nations will come together for football festivities as the most talented players from each team face off on one of the biggest stages in all of sports. Having finished top of their group having only lost one game, Iran will look to capitalise on their success by having a great World Cup tournament.

This will be the 5th World Cup tournament that Iran has qualified for. Despite this, they are yet to progress further than the group stages - something that the Iran football team will be aware of and want to rectify.

Iran finishing top of their Third Round Group (A) is a remarkable achievement given the other teams in their group. They were competing with the likes of South Korea, the United Arab Emirates and Iraq. With standout talents being featured in each of these teams - finishing above these is truly impressive.

Dragan Skocic has been the manager for Iran since 2020. Having tasted success in 2006 with Rijeka by lifting the Croatian Cup - Dragan understands what is needed to have a successful tournament campaign. Most recently, Skocic’s side - Khoone be Khoone were runners up in the Hazfi Cup. Losing 1-0 to Esteghlal in a close fixture.

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England v Iran
Khalifa International Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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Al Thumama Football Stadium
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  • Road To The 2022 World Cup:

    In order to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Iran national football team were tasked with qualifying across two group stages. The Second Round qualifiers saw 8 groups of 5 teams compete, of which the teams that finished first and second will progress to the Third Round.

    During the Third Round qualifiers, there are two groups of 6 divided into Group A and Group B. Out of these two groups, the teams that finish first and second will qualify for the World Cup tournament.

    Iran was able to finish top of both of their groups across the second and third-round groups. This is likely due to the fact that they have been managed by Dragan Skocic for the past 2 years, being able to get used to a new style of play and understanding their role in their team.

    Time will tell how well Iran will perform in this year’s World Cup tournament in Qatar, however, one thing is for certain - they are sure to give everything they have for their nation and their fans.

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  • Key Players:

    A Leader At The Back

    Ehsan Hajsafi is an experienced left-back who has garnered a plethora of individual honours for his performances across his years of playing the beautiful game. Currently the captain for Iran, Ehsan will ensure he provides a defence that is organised and ready to complete the task Tat hand.

    In 2009, Hajsafi was selected as the most promising player in Asian football. Of course, this means that he is now older than the reputation he had then, this still means he has a spark of magic that he can implement.

    With his age, Ehsan Hajsafi has been referred to as a utility player, able to play in multiple positions such as; left midfielder, defensive midfielder, winger and his natural position - left-back.

    A Prolific Striker

    Mehdi Taremi is a capable and prolific striker who always takes his opportunity to help his team. Currently playing for Porto, who are likely to win back to back league trophies with Taremi as one of their attacking threats. Mehdi Taremi has scored 36 goals in 64 games for Porto, with his record for Iran looking just as successful. Scoring 27 goals in 57 games for Iran, Taremi will surely be one of the players to keep your eyes on for some exciting attacking attempts at the opposition.

    He is also a fan favourite having won the UEFA Fans’ Goal of the Tournament during the 2020-21 season for Porto. This stunning overhead kick came against Chelsea during the second leg of the Quarter-Finals. Despite this unbelievable goal in additional time, it still wasn’t enough to send them through as they lost 2-1 across the two legs. Regardless, it will long live in the memory.

    Additional Attacking Depth

    As well as Mehdi Taremi, Iran is graced with having Sardar Azmoun at their disposal to either play alongside or take Taremi’s place. Having recently left Zenit after a four-year spell, appearing in 79 games and scoring 52 goals. Azmoun now plays for Bayer Leverkusen having appeared in 7 games and adding himself to the score sheet - his stats for Iran are only more impressive.

    Having made 62 appearances since 2013, while scoring 40 goals - he will surely want to prove himself in this year’s World Cup tournament.

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Road To The 2022 World Cup:

In order to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Iran national football team were tasked with qualifying across two group stages. The Second Round qualifiers saw 8 groups of 5 teams compete, of which the teams that finished first and second will progress to the Third Round.

During the Third Round qualifiers, there are two groups of 6 divided into Group A and Group B. Out of these two groups, the teams that finish first and second will qualify for the World Cup tournament.

Iran was able to finish top of both of their groups across the second and third-round groups. This is likely due to the fact that they have been managed by Dragan Skocic for the past 2 years, being able to get used to a new style of play and understanding their role in their team.

Time will tell how well Iran will perform in this year’s World Cup tournament in Qatar, however, one thing is for certain - they are sure to give everything they have for their nation and their fans.

Key Players:

A Leader At The Back

Ehsan Hajsafi is an experienced left-back who has garnered a plethora of individual honours for his performances across his years of playing the beautiful game. Currently the captain for Iran, Ehsan will ensure he provides a defence that is organised and ready to complete the task Tat hand.

In 2009, Hajsafi was selected as the most promising player in Asian football. Of course, this means that he is now older than the reputation he had then, this still means he has a spark of magic that he can implement.

With his age, Ehsan Hajsafi has been referred to as a utility player, able to play in multiple positions such as; left midfielder, defensive midfielder, winger and his natural position - left-back.

A Prolific Striker

Mehdi Taremi is a capable and prolific striker who always takes his opportunity to help his team. Currently playing for Porto, who are likely to win back to back league trophies with Taremi as one of their attacking threats. Mehdi Taremi has scored 36 goals in 64 games for Porto, with his record for Iran looking just as successful. Scoring 27 goals in 57 games for Iran, Taremi will surely be one of the players to keep your eyes on for some exciting attacking attempts at the opposition.

He is also a fan favourite having won the UEFA Fans’ Goal of the Tournament during the 2020-21 season for Porto. This stunning overhead kick came against Chelsea during the second leg of the Quarter-Finals. Despite this unbelievable goal in additional time, it still wasn’t enough to send them through as they lost 2-1 across the two legs. Regardless, it will long live in the memory.

Additional Attacking Depth

As well as Mehdi Taremi, Iran is graced with having Sardar Azmoun at their disposal to either play alongside or take Taremi’s place. Having recently left Zenit after a four-year spell, appearing in 79 games and scoring 52 goals. Azmoun now plays for Bayer Leverkusen having appeared in 7 games and adding himself to the score sheet - his stats for Iran are only more impressive.

Having made 62 appearances since 2013, while scoring 40 goals - he will surely want to prove himself in this year’s World Cup tournament.

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