Spain and Iran are two well-known Football teams from UEFA and Asian confederation respectively. Wanna know the previous head to head stats between these two teams? Here I’m sharing all past matches records that could help you in making a prediction as both teams are set to face each other in the group stage of FIFA World Cup 2018. Spain are two times European Champions and one time World Champions who ruled Football World from 2008 to 2012 with perfect dominance. However, Iran are three times Asian Winners but yet to win the first World title. They have qualified for 5 World Cups but never advanced past the group stage. Let’s have a look at their past meeting if held.
Spain Vs Iran Head To Head History Record
|Top goalscorer||David Villa [59 goals]||Ali Daei [109 goals]|
|Most caps||Iker Casillas [167 matches]||Javad Nekounam [151 matches]|
[as on 24 May 2018]
Unfortunately, no previous meeting has been recorded between Spain and Iran. Even a friendly is not played in past. This is due to both teams are from different confederations.
Next Meeting Between Spain and Iran
La Roja and Team Melli have been drawn in 2018 World Cup group b. So they are going to play against each other the first round. It will be played on 20 June 2018 at the Kazan Arena, Saransk. This will be the second group game of both teams in the competition.
Spain’s World Cup record: P59, W29, D12, L18
Iran’s World Cup record: P12, W1, D3, L8
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The info you should know
Former Spanish forward David Villa is the all-time top goalscorer of Spain Football team who netted 59 goals in his international career. Iker Casillas has played most games as a Spanish player .
Ali Daei has scored 109 goals, more than any other Iranian Footballer. Javad Nekounam has played most number of games with a total count of 151 matches.
Iran has won the Asian Cup three times in 1968, 1972, and 1976. Meanwhile, Spain is also three times European Champions in 1964, 2008, and 2012.