Venezuela0FT1Click here to reveal spoilers.IranStadium: Goffertstadion (Nijmegen)Attendance: Referee: P. van BoekelBallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson targetPossessionShots off targetShots on targetFoulsCornersOffsidesYellow Cards20Red Cards00VenezuelaManager: R. Dudamel#Name1W. Fariñez12J. Contreras2W. Ángel4R. Quijada13J. Chancellor20R. Hernández5A. Figuera6A. Romero11J. Añor16Y. Soteldo8Y. Herrera9A. Blondell23S. Rondón7D. Machís17R. Lucena15J. MurilloIranManager: Carlos Queiroz#Name1A. Beiranvand12M. Mazaheri4J. Hosseini9O. Ebrahimi8M. Pouraliganji23R. Rezaeian21A. Dejagah7S. Ghoddos3E. Hajsafi11V. Amiri6S. Ezatolahi15A. Imani14Ali Karimi16R. Ghoochannejhad20S. Azmoun18A. Jahanbakhsh19K.
Olivier Giroud’s scorpion kick effort against Crystal Palace last season has made it into the final three of the FIFA Puskas Award for the ‘most beautiful goal of the season’. The Frenchman is joined by Oscarine Masuluke, a goalkeeper who plays in the South African Premier Division with Baroka FC, and 18-year-old Venezuelan international Deyna
FIFA have announced the 10 nominees for the 2017 Puskas Award. In honour of Real Madrid legend Ferenc Puskas, the FIFA Puskas Award was created in 2009 to celebrate the most aesthetically pleasing goal of the year. Nine of the 10 nominees are men; Venezuela striker Deyna Castellanos is the sole female nominee, having produced
ChileA. Sánchez (5′)E. Paredes (7′)E. Paredes (22′)3FT1Click here to reveal spoilers.VenezuelaS. Rondón (63′)Stadium: Estadio Monumental David Arellano (Santiago de Chile)Attendance: Referee: A. Cunha613911644BallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson targetPossession6139Shots off target116Shots on target44Fouls1415Corners72Offsides41Yellow Cards12Red Cards00ChilePizzi (homeFormation)#Name1C. Bravo18G. Jara8A. Vidal4M. Isla21P. Díaz17G. Medel20C. Aránguiz15J. Beausejour19P. Hernández2C. Carmona7A. Sánchez11E. Vargas9E. Paredes10J. ValdiviaVenezuelaR. Dudamel (awayFormation)#Name12W. Fariñez20R. Feltscher2W. Ángel3M. Villanueva8T. Rincón5A. Figuera21A. González7V.