World Cup 2022 outcomes, scores, schedule, dwell: Wayne Hennessey pink card Wales, USA v England

Wales 0 v 2 Iran

Qatar v Senegal

Netherlands v Ecuador

England v USA

1.00AM – SPAIN BOSS’S BIZARRE NO ORGY REQUEST

Spain coach Luis Enrique has made the hilarious declare that he has no points together with his gamers having intercourse the evening earlier than they play a match – however he attracts the road at orgies.

Chatting with followers on live-streaming platform Twitch, Enrique was requested whether or not he had a view on gamers having fun with some extra ‘private’ moments the evening earlier than a match – or whether or not he would counsel the abstain from intercourse fully.

Over time there have been theories – or, maybe extra precisely, superstitions – about whether or not athletes having intercourse earlier than a match may negatively have an effect on their efficiency, whether or not or not it’s for focus or vitality causes.

That fantasy has been largely debunked, and Enrique mentioned it might be “ridiculous” to position such a ban on his gamers.

“It’s ridiculous (to ban it). It’s one thing I contemplate completely regular,” Enrique mentioned.

“When you’re at an orgy the evening earlier than a match then clearly that’s not supreme, however once I’m a membership coach the gamers are at residence the evening earlier than a recreation and it’s not one thing that worries me in any respect.

‘If it’s one thing they do then it’s as a result of they should and need to. However I repeat with frequent sense! Each with their associate. It’s regular. Once I was a participant, if I used to be at residence earlier than a recreation with my spouse, nicely we did what we needed to do.”

Spain began the World Cup in completely rampant type, crushing Costa Rica 7-0 to place themselves within the dialog of event favourites.

11PM – 10-MAN WALES CRUMBLE AFTER WILD KEEPER KICK

Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey obtained the primary pink card of the Qatar World Cup on Friday when he was despatched off for clattering into Iran’s Mehdi Taremi outdoors the realm late within the match.

The stopper was initially given a yellow card however that was upgraded to pink within the 86th minute after the intervention of the video assistant referee.

Iran then struck twice within the dying moments of added time to earn a surprising 2-0 win within the Group B conflict.

Rouzbeh Cheshmi and Ramin Rezaeian scored to provide Iran a well-known victory, which moved them into second place within the group behind England, who face the USA later within the day.

10PM – WC COACH GOES FULL ‘BRAVEHEART’ TO INSPIRE STUNNING UPSET

– Joe Barton

Earlier than pulling off arguably the largest upset in World Cup historical past, Saudi Arabia coach Herve Renard delivered an explosive, inspirational halftime speech that turned the event on its head.

Renard’s tournament-defining spray – which led to a victory that sparked wild celebrations each inside Lusail Stadium and throughout Saudi Arabia, the place a public vacation was declared by King Salman – was launched by the Saudi nationwide staff as a part of a behind-the-scenes take a look at their opening recreation.

The footage exhibits an agitated Renard chatting with his gamers at halftime – at which level they trailed 1-0, following an early Lionel Messi penalty, and have been an outrageous 500-1 shot with on-line bookmakers.

Talking by means of a translator, Renard tears strips off his gamers in an emotional plea to overturn the halftime deficit whereas accusing his gamers of sitting again and letting Messi, arguably the best participant in historical past, dictate phrases.

“What are we doing right here?” the skilled French supervisor begins.

“Final time, Messi has the ball in the course of the pitch, you stand in entrance of the defence!

“Take your cellphone, you’ll be able to take an image with him, if you’d like!”

All through the primary 45 minutes, Saudi Arabia had been on the again foot and failed to hassle Argentina goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

And that wasn’t ok for Renard, who questioned whether or not his staff really believed they have been able to staging a comeback.

“You don’t really feel one thing right here? You don’t really feel that we’re in a position to come again? You don’t really feel it?” he raged.

“They play relaxed. Come on, guys – that is the World Cup. Give every thing!”

It did the trick. In an intoxicating 5 minute interval the underdogs scored twice, first by means of Saleh Al-Shehri earlier than an impressive curling effort from Salem al-Dawsari gave them a 2-1 lead they might by no means relinquish.

The victory places Saudi Arabia within the field seat to qualify from Group C, whereas Argentina’s path is way extra treacherous.