Iranian beach soccer goalkeeper Hosseini seeks fourth crown in Dubai E! News UK
Dubai 2021 will likely be the last competition for Hosseini, one of the best goalkeepers in the world, and he wants to say goodbye to his international career – helping Team Melli win a fourth crown to make the team the most decorated team in the history of the Intercontinental Cup.
The goalkeeper is convinced that his team has everything to win the Intercontinental Cup.
“The best in the world. Iran wants – and can – win the Intercontinental Cup,” he said. “We are really motivated and focused to make this happen, and we know we have our people, our country behind us. “
He is right, because the support of Iranian fans has always been one of the keys to the success of the team, and also one of the most iconic images of the Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup stadium in Dubai year after year.
“Our people love beach soccer and we think their support is right behind us. We know that many of them are already in Dubai, awaiting the start of the event. “
After not having the chance to participate in the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Russia due to the cancellation of the AFC Beach Soccer Championships, Dubai and the Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup appear as the perfect step to show the world that Iran is still one of the strongest teams on the planet.
From November 2 to 6, at Kite Beach, the Iranian national team will have the chance to prove that they are fighting to become the most successful team in the history of the competition and reclaim their place among the best in beach soccer. .
Defending champions Iran will in turn bring down the curtains of Matchday 1 at Kite Beach as they face a combative Paraguay, who will try to show everyone he’s in Dubai with the aim of going until the end.
Team Melli will also face Japan and Russia in Group B on the following days.
Group A includes the United Arab Emirates, Portugal, Senegal and Spain.