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World Cup: Carlos Queiroz hits back at Jurgen Klinsmann over his criticism of Iran’s ‘culture’


Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has hit back at Jurgen Klinsmann after his criticism of the way the side played against Wales. 

Queiroz’s side bounced back from a 6-2 thrashing against England in their opening game to beat Wales 2-0 and put Rob Page’s team on the brink of elimination. 

However, Klinsmann suggested that one of the factors for Iran’s success is their ability to ‘work the referee’ under Queiroz.

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has hit back at Jurgen Klinsmann after criticism of his team

Klinsmann suggested that one of the factors for Iran's success is their ability to 'work the referee' under Queiroz

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz (L) has hit back at Jurgen Klinsmann after criticism of his team

Queiroz has defended his team, issuing a stinging rebuttal in an open letter on Twitter

Queiroz has defended his team, issuing a stinging rebuttal in an open letter on Twitter

The former Germany international was left unimpressed by Iran’s physical approach to the game, as they gave away 10 fouls and two bookings, leading him to claim that the approach was part of…



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