Qatar's BeIN broadcasts 'fateful' Iran-Syria World Cup qualifier game for free

Qatar's BeIN broadcasts 'fateful' Iran-Syria World Cup qualifier game for free

Qatar's BeIN broadcasts 'fateful' Iran-Syria World Cup qualifier game for free

Syrians living in Turkey celebrated Tuesday as their national team secured a place in the play-off round to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation following a dramatic draw with Iran.

For a brief moment, Iran's female football fans thought they were finally allowed to attend a match, but their hopes were dashed on Monday when authorities said their tickets were sold by mistake.

On social media, some predicted that Iran, which has already qualified for the tournament, may let Syria win the match based on the political closeness of the two countries.

Australia, the reigning Asian champions, will face Syria in a playoff to stay in contention for a World Cup place after both teams missed the chance to seal automatic qualification, as the group stages of Asian qualifying drew to a close. Despite the unstable results, South Korea with 14 points remains on the 2nd line in the standings, and to leave the group they need to play to win.

The team played its home games in Malaysia, 4,500 miles away to the south-east.

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"All across Syria, from the mostly Kurdish-held northeastern city of Hasakeh to the southern province of Daraa, a cradle of anti-regime protests that degenerated into all-out war, the Syria-Iran showdown is a big talking point", wrote news agency AFP. Who scored?! SOMAH! It had to be SOMAH!

It brought an emotional apology from Kim as the team departed for Tashkent. It should be noted that the national team of Uzbekistan has never won a victory over the SK. "I took the role to do it a certain way and I'll see it through", Postecoglou said.

Jubilant soccer fans celebrated after Saudi Arabia qualified for next year's World Cup, with many rallying behind Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's reform program that promotes sports in the ultra-conservative kingdom.

"We congratulate our king for qualifying and the nation for its youth". "I was only talking about the difficulties of the match". There is a strong possibility that second team ends up being the United States.

"Going to consecutive World Cups has been very important not just for the national team but for Australian football, the A-League and lower leagues".

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