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Two-time World Cup champion, Argentina, beat Iranˈs national football team 1-0 despite Iran’s 90-minute resistance against the South Americans in a group F match at the 2014 Brazil World Cup.
Two-time World Cup champions, Argentina, beat Iran's national football team 1-0 with a 90 minute goal by Lionel Messi in the two teams' second match in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil on Saturday after the referee overlooked a penalty foul on Iran's Ashkan Dejagah in the second half.
Iran head coach Carlos Queiroz hailed his players after they opened their campaign in Group F with a gutsy goalless draw against Nigeria.
An Iranian book “Ice Who Fell in Love with the Sun” will be goodwill ambassador to represent Iranian children in the world cup 2014.
A group of Iranian composers and musicians will travel to Brazil to participate in a program intended to promote global peace through the World Cup.
Iran coach Carlos Queiroz named the 24-man squad for World Cup, as Mohammad Reza Khalatbari, Sardar Azmoun and Sosha Makani are absent in his list.