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World Cup 2022 live updates: USA kicks off vs. Iran

by Atlanta Business Journal

The 2022 FIFA World Cup continues Tuesday with Group B taking center stage, as the United States (0-2-0) take on Iran (1-0-1) in a win-or-go-home matchup at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, and we’ve got you covered with all the action!

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Mo Edu, Clint Dempsey and Chad Ochocinco preview the United States vs. Iran matchup and share their expectations for the USMNT.

You can watch this game on FOX and every match of the tournament on the FOX Sports family of networks — the tournament’s official English-language broadcast partner in the U.S. — and the FOX Sports app and FOXSports.com. You can also stream full-match replays for free on Tubi.

Here are the top plays!

Iran vs. United States

1′ – And we’re off!

The ball is rolling at Al Thumama Stadium.


The United States needs a win to advance to the tournament’s knockout stage — anything less would result in it being eliminated. Meanwhile, Iran just needs a tie and England to beat Wales to secure its spot in the next round.

If the U.S. moves on, their Group A opponent will come from one of the two early matches. Here is who it could be.

Clint Dempsey wants to see it all on the field

Take it from a man who knows.

‘World Cup Now’ crew feeling confident

So confident, in fact, that they’re discussing potential opponents.

U.S. is ‘locked in’

Happy birthday, Musah!

Will it be a special one for the young American? He played a great match against England, just saying …

Love for the captain

Let’s hear it for captain Tyler Adams.

Sargent and Carter-Vickers in for Wright and Zimmerman

Josh Sargent is back in Gregg Berhalter’s first XI after starting on the bench against England, and Cameron Carter-Vickers gets the starting nod over Walker Zimmerman, who started at center back in the United States’ first two group stage matches.

The new battle cry of the USMNT?

Through “I believe that we will win” has long been the supporters’ chant for U.S. Soccer, “It’s called soccer” gained popularity in the lead up to the Americans’ match vs. England and has stayed relevant.

[Related: Hey Yank! It’s football, not soccer. Or is it?]

The boys are ready

It’s almost that time.

An away game for the U.S.?

No Gio Reyna?

Gio Reyna once again started on the bench for Gregg Berhalter’s side.

[Related: A lingering question as USA takes on Iran: What’s up with Gio Reyna?]

Stay tuned for updates!

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