2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 1st in AFC Asian Cup
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67dReuters

Queiroz to manage Iran without a contract

Carlos Queiroz's relationship with Iranian officials has been fractured throughout his seven-and-a-half year tenure, and is yet to sign a new deal.

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131dJohn Duerden

AFC teams exit Russia, look to January's Asian Cup

John Duerden takes a look at lessons all the AFC nations learned from the 2018 World Cup and what needs to be done in the coming weeks and months.

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141dESPN

World Cup fan faces in photos

The World Cup has been superb on the pitch but equally brilliant off it thanks to the rich, vibrant and merry travelling fans who came to party.

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142dAdriana Garcia

More history to Portugal than Ronaldo - Queiroz

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz said there is more to football in Portugal than Cristiano Ronaldo after the player decided not to speak to him.

Abedin Taherkenareh/EPA
146dReuters

Portugal betting on Ronaldo to overcome Iran

Portugal will be heavily dependent on Cristiano Ronaldo to see them through against a stoic Iran side in their final Group B match on Monday.

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148dESPN

Women allowed in Iran stadium after decades

Women in Iran were permitted to enter a stadium for the first time since 1979 as fans gathered to watch the national team play in the World Cup.

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149dNick Ames

Costa's fluke goal edges Spain past Iran

Fortune shined on Spain as a fluke goal gifted them a 1-0 win over Iran and put La Roja on the verge of moving to the World Cup's knockout stage.

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151dNick Ames

Spain in danger as Iran smell blood

You can be as slick as you want, have all the stars you like, but one slip in the group stages can prove costly in the World Cup.

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154dJulien Laurens

What Nike did was 'very wrong' - Iran players

Following his team's 1-0 World Cup-opening win against Morocco, Iran's Karim Ansarifard said, "what Nike did to us was very wrong."

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154dESPN staff

Iran beat Morocco thanks to late own goal

Iran won their first World Cup match since 1998 as a 95th-minute Aziz Bouhaddouz own goal gave them a 1-0 win over Morocco.