Gareth Southgate‘s men were prevailing in the main half as objectives from Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka and Raheem Sterling sent them cruising, before Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish polished off the scoring after the break.
Inside the initial couple of moments, England were engaging for a punishment as Harry Maguire was pessimistically hauled to the floor following a corner, yet VAR cared very little about reaching out.
After an extended first-half postpone following a head injury to Iran plug Alireza Beiranvand, who was some way or another permitted to carry on prior to conceding rout and leaving the pitch around five seconds after the fact, England had their most memorable genuine possibility of the game as Saka’s cross found Mason Mount on the six-yard line, yet the Chelsea man could track down the side netting.
Maguire then hit the bar from a corner, before a header from Bellingham tracked down the rear of the net 35 minutes in.
Breathing a murmur of help, England kept on overwhelming the game and Saka added a fine second, lashing home a half-volley following a knockdown from Maguire eight minutes after the fact.
Directly from start off, it was 3-0 as Sterling tapped home a Harry Kane cross as the Three Lions jogged into the half-time break with a deservedly determined lead.
With the game previously dominated, the last part was somewhat more slow, however England snatched their fourth not long after the hour mark. It was Saka by and by as he moved beyond two safeguards and opened the ball into the rear of the net.
The lead was before long back to three, be that as it may, as Mehdi Taremi‘s brilliant run prompted a pounding finish which crushed off the underside of the bar on the way into Jordan Pickford’s net.
Be that as it may, any expectation of a rebound was immediately smothered as Rashford, with his most memorable contribution subsequent to falling off the seat, reflected Saka’s hit with a created finish.
Two additional substitutes consolidated in the withering coals as Callum Wilson unselfishly squared the ball to Grealish, who tapped home into an unfilled net to adjust England’s scoring for the afternoon.
Profound into ten minutes of added time, Pickford pulled off an eminent response save to keep out Sardar Azmoun in the wake of beating the offside snare, before Iran were granted a punishment after a VAR check following a questionable shirt pull by John Stones.
Taremi moved forward and concealed it to add Iran’s second with the last kick of the game.
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