Iranian Football Fans have worked like a finicky in order to offer their team a boost. Howbeit the fans are much awaiting a do or die group B encounter on Monday. Both the teams are likely to qualify for the knockout stages hosted in Russia.

Portugal has four points, Iran-Russia has three points depicting towards their encounter in Saransk is a winner.

On Sunday night the streets were flooded by Iranian fans, having seemingly found the Seleccao’s team hotel, and set to cheer and yell standing below their hotel rooms.

The herd of fans was singing, clapping, blowing vuvuzelas and humming. However, it seemed that they meant to hinder the preparations of the football star Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates.

A video clip was shared on social media which tend towards depicting that the weary football player coming towards his hotel window adjuring the fans to let him sleep.

The Real Madrid star is widely known for responding to distress and misadventure. In their opening game, Iran defeated Morocco prior to their defeat of 1-0 against Spain.

“If Morocco and Spain were difficult [games], Portugal is even more difficult. We knew this, we didn’t come here to play easy teams,” – he said.

“Not even in their dreams did my players imagine they would one day play against Cristiano, and all of Portugal’s other great players so they are very excited.

A stunning fusing of results could tend to witness Spain knocked out and Portugal and Iran end up with a draw and a defeat for Spain by two goals.

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