Iran beats Cambodia with 14-0

21 October 2019 : Iran gave Cambodia a record-breaking 14-0 whipping on a notable day in Tehran as goals streamed in World Cup qualifiers crosswise over Asia with Japan, South Korea and Australia verifying agreeable successes on Thursday. Striker Karim Ansarifard scored multiple times and Sardar Azmoun got a cap stunt for Iran who guaranteed a subsequent straight success in Group C. This victory was amazing but there was one another victory which the whole world rejoiced of that was for the very first time in last 40 years women were allowed to go to football stadium and watch the match.

Why this match was special 

The game at the Azadi Stadium, be that as it may, was as outstanding for the nearness of 3,500 female fans, who were permitted into the arena in Tehran for a World Cup qualifier without precedent for the four decades since the Islamic Revolution. This made a way for a new wave for upliftment of women in iran’s society where they are very much dominated by their male counterparts. With the events like these slowly and slowly the change can be felt in other areas too. Because of removal of that ban on women to see soccer match , the stands in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium were loaded up with female fans rooting for the Iranian national group as it squashed Cambodia 14-0. A passing counterpart for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the inadequately gone to game presumably wouldn’t have pulled in a lot of consideration were it not for the unwinding of the boycott by Iran’s religious government. As the AP notes, Iran was the last nation to at present restriction ladies from matches. 

Other in the struggle for qualification

Iran, five-times World Cup qualifiers, lead their gathering with six points from two games, two points in front of second-set Iraq who beat Hong Kong 2-0. Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min was on goal twice in South Korea’s 8-0 win over Sri Lanka as Paulo Bento’s group tied down their subsequent success in Group H to sit level on focuses with North Korea. 

Lebanon are three points behind in the wake of verifying their first win because of a 2-1 triumph over Turkmenistan. Safeguard Maya Yoshida was among the scorers as Japan indented up a 6-0 win over Mongolia in Group F and they are joint-top with Tajikistan – who they play on Tuesday – with Kyrgyzstan in third after their 7-0 win over Myanmar. 

2022 World Cup has Qatar, playing in the qualifiers as they bend over as eliminators for the 2023 Asian Cup finals, earned a 2-0 win over Bangladesh in Group E. Qatar lead the standings by one point from Oman who fixed a 3-0 win over Afghanistan. 

China swatted aside Guam, with Yang Xu scoring four goals in a 7-0 win in Group, some time Syria worked to a 2-1 triumph over the Maldives following Ahmad Al Salih’s 65th-minute sending-off to join the Chinese on six from two games. Subscribe us for football news.