England had a solid debut in Group B of the World Cup with a win over Iran

The England team achieved a resounding premiere at the Group B of the World Cup in Qatarby winning this Monday by a categorical 6-2 to Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.

With your area favorites poster, the European squad did not disappoint and fulfilled the task with an impeccable presentation, whose main figures were the young Jude Bellingham Y Bukayo Saka.

Precisely, and after the injury to Iranian starting goalkeeper Alireza Beyranvand early in the initial half, it was Bellingham who, with an accurate header, opened the score for the “Three Lions” team in 35 minutes, while Saka increased the difference in 43 minutes and Raheem Sterling put the third at 45 + 1 ‘.

The second half did not change much around the superiority that Gareth Southgate’s men managed, and so on again Saka scored his personal double in the 62′ minute. The Persians had a bit of an awakening in the match and Mehdi Taremi scored at 65′, but Marcus Rashford (71′) and Jack Grealish slammed that momentum making the win even more scandalous. Likewise, Taremi himself at 90+13′ from the penalty cut the result a bit with another discount.

In this way, England demonstrated its power in Group B and added its first three points, leaving Iran with an empty basket in a zone completed by Wales and the United States.