England and Iran they opened this morning Group B of the World Cup in Qatar 2022. But the meeting did not start in the best way. When the first 7 minutes of the match elapsed, the iranian archer, Alireza Beiranvand, collided head-on with fellow defender Majid Hosseini. Such was the violence of the headbutt that the goalkeeper had to be attended for several minutes and in the end had to be replaced.
The hard move occurred when England, which at the end of the first half was leading 3-0, quickly played a free kick and the striker Harry Kane He appeared free on the right to shoot a cross into the area. It was then that the goalkeeper Beiranvand went out to clear and on the way he met Hosseini.
Although both teammates hit each other, the goalkeeper spent several minutes lying on the floor with the assistance of doctors. His nose wouldn’t stop bleeding, as could be seen in the television images. After 10 minutes, which later forced the referee to add extra time at the end of the first half, Beiranvand was able to rejoin, but it was momentary. He couldn’t continue. The goalkeeper was not in good health.
So after 15 minutes, the substitute goalkeeper, Seyed Hossein Hosseini, entered in his place.