Iranian player 'collisions' during mockery ceremony after scoring a goal 'No point' after video revi

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Mild nervousness in the third match of the Asian Cup Iran-UAE group stage

At the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup, there was a minor conflict between players after scoring a goal and holding a ceremony that gave the impression of mocking the opponent. However, an awkward scene was created as the score was declared invalid through video review (VAR).

Players from both teams clashed during the match between Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the third match of Group C of the tournament held at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar on the 24th (Korean time).

This is the moment when Mohamed Mohebi (Iran) scored the third goal in the 36th minute of the second half when Iran was ahead 2-0.

Mohebi held a celebration of joy by putting both hands to his face and making a gesture that seemed to mock the opponent. The UAE players, who were already struggling with the game, protested against this, and a war of nerves ensued, creating a chaotic situation. Some Iranian players stopped this.

It was the moment when Iran ran away with a 3-0 lead and was closing in on victory, but then a reversal occurred.

The referee conducted a video review (VAR) of Mohebi's goal and later declared the goal invalid.

It was previously determined that there was a foul. Mohebi looked embarrassed.

The game ended with Iran winning 2-1. Iran advanced to the round of 16 by winning all three matches in the group stage and taking first place in Group C.

UAE, led by coach Paulo Bento, who led Korea's advance to the round of 16 of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, went into the tournament with 1 win, 1 draw, 1 loss (4 points), and 2nd place in the group.

Iran will compete with Syria and the UAE will compete with Tajikistan for advancement to the quarterfinals. 19가이드03