Rain of goals in the second World Cup matchday
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England thrashed against Iran, a resounding victory for the Netherlands over Senegal and a draw between the United States and Wales in a day full of records in the world Cup.

The ball continues to roll in the World Cup in Qatar and the goals continue to say present to the happiness of fans around the world. Leaving behind Ecuador’s 2-0 win over the hosts, on the second day of matches, there were three games where the nets were repeatedly inflated. In the first round, the duel between England and Iran appeared, a match corresponding to Group B. The authors of the goals in the victory of the English team 6-2 on Iran were Jude Bellingham, Duplicate Bukayo Saka, Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish.

This last one had a special tinge since the Manchester City player celebrated it in a particular way for a specific matter. Days ago, before the start of the World Cup, Grealish met Finlay, a City fan with cerebral palsy who asked him, if he scores in the World Cup, to celebrate by doing a dance as if he were a “worm”. . In this way, the dedication came in a special match for England in their World Cup debut, beating Iran. Regarding the win, it will go down in history because since 1978 no national team had managed to score six goals in their opening game.

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In the second turn, goals continued to appear in the duel between the Netherlands and Senegal. It was a 2-0 victory for those led by Louis Van Gaal. Those responsible for the triumph of the Europeans were Cody Gakpo who opened the scoring and then the experienced Ajax player, Davy Klassen who brought more goals from the substitute bench. Although in general the game was dominated by Senegal, the Dutch knew how to hit at the right moments to win.

Finally, the match that closed the second day was the cross between the United States and Wales. The one who struck first were the Americans with the goal from Tim Weah. So that the Red Dragons could breathe easy, the one who signed it was their star figure, Gareth Bale, who scored a goal for Wales in a World Cup after 64 years. Consequently, the Europeans got a draw on the last play of the game, leaving their hopes intact for what is to come.

Thus, at the end of the second day, and an exciting third date ahead, with the outstanding debut of Argentina against Saudi Arabia, so far the world Cup of Qatar threw a total of 14 goals in 4 games.

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