Full HIGHLIGHTS of the match involving the Italian club Lazio and the national crew of Iran. Date: Wednesday 21 July , 2010 Outcome: 1-1 Target Scorer: 12′ [-one] Mohammad Reza Khalatbari 79′ [-one] Mark Bresciano Persianfootball.com Post: PFDC – ITALY, Iran and SS Lazio struggled to a one-one draw in a friendly match on Wednesday night. Iran, who had to do without the somewhat injured captain Ali Karimi, took the lead in minute twelve, when a long goalkick from Mehdi Rahmati grew to become the perfect serving for Mohammad-Reza Khalatbari, who beat his marker thanks to his higher pace and smacked the ball into the net. An intriguing sport with odds on both side emerged, but it essential a large blunder by Milad Zanidpour for Lazio to stage the scoreline. 11 minutes from time the Steel Azin winger failed to apparent the ball away and accidently set up Bresciano, who converted from shut variety. Iran: Rahmati – Heydari, Aghily, J. Hosseini, Nosrati (46′ Zanidpour) – Ashoubi, Nouri – Khalatbari (83′ Rezaei) Hadadifar (71′ Mobali), Hajsafi – Nourozi (46′ Ansarifard) Lazio: Berni (60′ Bizzarri) – Biava (60′ Diakitè), Stendardo (60′ Cribari), Radu (60′ Zauri) – Pintos (60′ Scaloni), Brocchi (60′ Perpetuini), Ledesma (60′ Matuzalem), Mauri (60′ Bresciano), Del Nero (60′ Cavanda) – Rocchi (38′ Kozak), Zarate
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  1. @IRANisPERSIA1 some of the best players of Iran’s history were grown up in islamic republic time players such as ali daei ali karimi khodadad azizi karim bagheri farhad majidi javad nekounam ahmadreza abedzade and so on they are all product of islamic repulic you asshole

  2. @superduperadapter
    Iran has conditioning problems as well as team work. Creativity is there no doubt but conditioning is very weak. Then there are the egos that match Maradona’s!
    The Nikbakht factor is a disasterous phenomenon in Iran’s Football culture. That’s an unrully, out of shape, has been player who doesn’t respect any one or any bounds. Lack of management is still there save perhaps the 2 major clubs of Isfahan.
    Dejagah and Amin have been on my wish list for Iran for a long time.

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    @superduperadapter If Iran show up in any competition with these players (amin samii, ashkan dejagah and couple others) who are physical/technical/creative/hungry4recognition, Iran will kick ass not only in Asia but in any international competition including WC, I have seen these players playing brilliantly, amin in France and Spain(Sevilla) and ashkan in Germany and I can not believe they are Iranian, I first thought they were from South America (argentine or brazil) but no they are Iranian

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    @AvazFreedom Iran’s problem is not the creativity, nor the team work, IRAN ‘s main problem is that they never show up in any competition with their best players, these players you see here might be some what creative but they don’t have physical condition to play a world cup nor to compete at the highest European league level , believe it or not Iran has potential ”european league experienced”dangerous players like playmaker amin samii or striker/winger ashkan dejagah but they don’t bring them

  5. Aead4, this match was played in Italy…

    honestly, on a regular day, Lazio should have lost by at least 3 goals… There were couple of penalties denied and also many chances wasted … I can only say that I am shocked why Iranian coach Qotbi has chosen Lazio for a friendly… Wasn’t there a stronger team to practice?

  6. @GabrielGaliano
    What is fair is fair. Iran had more chances in this game but Iran’s defense was pretty bad especially on that assist for Lazio’s goal. Iran seemed to be banking on the creativity of its individual players and still didn’t look like a team but a group of talented players.
    Both teams have a lot of work to do to get ready for their opponents.
    Go Iran!

  7. @GabrielGaliano if iran would have played with as roma would lost like 6 1 or somthing but we was about to win lazio!!! what happened to lazio? the used to be a great team! but im still great fan of totti and as roma

  8. I’ve seen these friendly and it has been a very competitve and rough match. The iranians should had won, And I think that if Lazio wants to play with 3 central defenders against teams like Inter, Juve , Roma or Milan the fact is that they will suffer to reach the adversary goal area. Its’s a very defensive tactic for a team that aspirates Europe.

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