Iran Secures Qualification for 2023 World Beach Games with 4-3 Victory over Japan

(MENAFN) In an exciting match on Friday night, Iran's national beach soccer team emerged victorious with a 4-3 scoreline against Japan, securing their qualification for the highly anticipated 2023 World Beach Games. The intense battle saw Moslem Mesigar shining with two goals, while Mohammad Moradi and Mohammadali Mokhtari also contributed with a goal each for Team Melli. On the opposing side, Takuya Akaguma showcased his skills with two goals, and Takaaki Oba added one goal for Japan.

The victory not only showcased the talent and determination of the Iranian players but also secured their place in the upcoming 2023 World Beach Games. With this qualification, Iran will now move forward to face the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the final match scheduled for Saturday. The match promises to be another intense showdown, with both teams vying for the prestigious title.

The 2023 World Beach Games, officially known as the 2023 ANOC World Beach Games and colloquially referred to as Bali 2023, will be held in Bali, Indonesia from August 5 to 12. The event is highly anticipated by beach sports enthusiasts and will bring together athletes from around the world to compete in a variety of disciplines, including beach soccer. Iran's qualification for the games is a testament to their skill and dedication in the sport, and they will proudly represent their country on the global stage.

As Team Melli prepares for their final match against the UAE, the players and coaching staff will be focused on refining their strategies and maintaining their winning momentum. The match holds great significance as it not only determines the champion of the tournament but also serves as an opportunity for the players to showcase their abilities and compete against top-tier teams. The Iranian team will be aiming to claim the ultimate victory and bring glory to their nation in the highly anticipated final match of the 2023 World Beach Games.



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