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England fans ALREADY dare to believe they will be in Qatar World Cup final after 6-2 win in opener

England fans are already dare to believe they will be in the Qatar World Cup final after their 6-2 win over Iran at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha.  Pictured: Supporters celebrate in Central Park in Newcastle

England fans ALREADY dare to believe they will be in the Qatar World Cup final after a 6-2 opening win… but others are quick to point out that the opponents were the ‘worst team’ in the game. IRAN tournament

England fans are already dare to believe they will be in the Qatar World Cup final after their 6-2 win over Iran at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha.

Today’s match saw wonderkids Gareth Southgate, Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka score three goals.

Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Grealish caught the other three in a superb performance.

Thousands of Three Lions supporters were in the stadium, while millions watched at home, at work or in pubs with high streets across the UK deserted as people settled in for the game of 13 hours.

There were wild scenes in pubs and fanparks across the UK as England beat the Iranians.

And fans were quick to take to social media to praise the performance, with one user even saying: “I have a feeling England will reach the World Cup final.”

However, others pointed out that their opponents Iran were the worst team in the tournament.

A fan tweeted: “Qatar: We are the worst team in the World Cup. Iran: Hold my non-alcoholic beer. »

England fans are already dare to believe they will be in the Qatar World Cup final after their 6-2 win over Iran at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha.  Pictured: Supporters celebrate in Central Park in Newcastle

England fans are already dare to believe they will be in the Qatar World Cup final after their 6-2 win over Iran at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha. Pictured: Supporters celebrate in Central Park in Newcastle

And fans were quick to take to social media to praise the performance, with one user even saying:

And fans were quick to take to social media to praise the performance, with one user even saying: ‘I have a feeling England will reach the World Cup final’

However, others pointed out that their opponents Iran were the worst team in the tournament.

However, others pointed out that their opponents Iran were the worst team in the tournament.

The rout began when Birmingham-born Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Bellingham, 19, sent thousands of fans into the stadium wild – and millions at home – as he rose to nod after a Manchester United’s Luke Shaw cross.

He made history with the lead by becoming the second teenager in history to score in a World Cup for England, after Michael Owen against Argentina in 1998.

Minutes later, 21-year-old Saka smashed a left-footed kick off the crossbar. And then Sterling, 27, exploded in a volley following a cross from captain Harry Kane, effectively winning the game before half-time.

In the second half, Saka then scored a fourth goal – his second – with one hour on the clock, slotting it into the net after a mazy run. He became the youngest English player to score two goals at a World Cup.

Gareth Southgate’s side wouldn’t be able to boast a clean sheet but Iran striker Mehdi Taremi caught England with a ferocious strike past Pickford.

Marcus Rashford scored and restored a four-goal lead to make it 5-1. Jack Grealish then made it 6-1 with a minute to go, going ‘the worm’ as a celebration after a promise made to an 11-year-old Manchester City fan with cerebral palsy. Jack’s sister also has the condition.

Jack Grealish made it 6-1 against Iran with a minute to go, making

Jack Grealish made it 6-1 against Iran with a minute to go, going “the worm” as a celebration after a promise made to an 11-year-old Manchester City fan with cerebral palsy. England would win 6-2

England's Jude Bellingham celebrates with Mason Mount after scoring his side's first goal as the Three Lions dominated Iran

England’s Jude Bellingham celebrates with Mason Mount after scoring his side’s first goal as the Three Lions dominated Iran

Pickford made a superb save from Sardar Azmoun in the closing stages of 10 minutes of added time before Iran were awarded a penalty after a VAR check.

John Stones was judged for pulling Taremi’s shirt, who then sent Pickford the wrong way to reduce the backlog to 6-2 with the game’s final kick.

The Three Lions could have scored at least eight goals. They were denied a clear penalty just three minutes into the game when Harry Maguire was clearly dragged into the box. Maguire then headed for the crossbar.

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