Iran v Bahrain, 11 October 2011

Score6-0 to Iran
RefereePeter Green
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Asia 3rd round group E
VenueAzadi Stadium, Tehran
Attendance82,000
Kick-off: 7.30pm local

6  Iran

Manager: Carlos Queiroz

0  Bahrain

Manager: Peter Taylor

Goals:

Jalal Hosseini 22 G
Mojtaba Jabbari 34 G
Hadi Aghily 42 G
Andranik Teymourian 61 G
Karim Ansarifard 75 G
Gholamreza Rezaei 83 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mehdi Rahmati
Defender Hadi Aghily
Defender Jalal Hosseini
Defender/Midfielder Khosro Heydari
Defender/Midfielder Mehrdad Pooladi
Midfielder Mojtaba Jabbari
Midfielder Javad Nekounam (captain)
Midfielder Andranik Teymourian
Midfielder/Forward Mohammad Reza Khalatbari
Forward Mohammad Ghazi
Forward Milad Midavoodi

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Sayed Jaafer
Defender Rashed Al Hooti
Defender Hussain Ali Baba
Defender Mohamed Husain (captain)
Defender Dawood Saad
Midfielder Fouzi Aaish
Midfielder Abdullah Omar
Midfielder Hamed Rakea
Midfielder Sayed Dhiya Saeed

Substitutions:

Hossein Mahini for Milad Midavoodi 46
Karim Ansarifard for Mojtaba Jabbari 66
Gholamreza Rezaei for Mohammad Ghazi 73

Substitutions:

Saleh Abdulhameed for Sayed Dhiya Saeed 46
Mahmood Abdulrahman for Fouzi Aaish 73
Fahad Al Hardan for Ismaeel Abdullatif 88

Cards:

Milad Midavoodi 30 Y
Andranik Teymourian 85 Y

Cards:

Rashed Al Hooti 1 R

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Shahab Gordan
Goalkeeper Ali Reza Haghighi
Defender Hossein Mahini
Defender Pejman Montazeri
Defender/Midfielder Ehsan Haji Safi
Midfielder Ali Karimi
Midfielder Javad Kazemeyan
Midfielder Mohsen Mosalman
Midfielder Pezhman Nouri
Midfielder Gholamreza Rezaei
Midfielder Mazyar Zare
Midfielder/Forward Karim Ansarifard

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Abbas Ahmed
Goalkeeper Hamad Al Doseri
Defender Salman Isa
Defender/Midfielder Ebrahim Al Obaildi
Defender/Midfielder Mohamed Duaij
Midfielder Hassan Abdqaheri
Midfielder Mahmood Abdulrahman
Midfielder Hamad Al Banki
Midfielder Fahad Al Hardan
Midfielder/Forward Mohammed Al Alawi
Forward Sami Al Husaini

Comments:

Rashed Al Hooti was shown a red card after 34 seconds. It was believed to be the quickest-ever sending-off in the history of international football.