South Korea beat Iran and had the offensive advantage throughout the 90 minutes of the match.
Heung-Min Son, the English star of Tottenham Hotspur, advanced to the South Korean team against Iran, in the 45th minute of the first half of the match.
The South Korean team continued its attacking pressure in the second half against Iran and succeeded in imposing complete control of the match.
In the 63rd minute, Kim Young Joon scored the second goal for South Korea against Iran, making the score 2-0.
The match remained an argument between South Korea and Iran until it ended with the victory of the Korean Samson 2-0 in the match.
With this result, the South Korean team snatched the top spot in the first group standings in the Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, with 23 points, and the Iranian team remains in the runners-up with 22 points, but the two sides had guaranteed their qualification for the World Cup finals before today’s match.