Iran National Football Team Results

The followings are the Iran national football team results in its official international matches.

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Iran National Football Team Results - 2010s
... Date Opponent Result Score Venue Competition 428 02-Jan-10 North Korea W 1–0 Doha, Qatar 2010 Qatar Friendship Cup 429 06-Jan-10 Singapore W 3–1 Singapore 2011 Asian Cup Qualifier 430 03-Mar-10 Thailand W 1 ...

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