Argentina secured a spot into the knock out stages of World Cup 2014 after snatching another victory on their Group F fixture against Iran.
The South American side were keen on snatching another victory after starting their World Cup campaign with a win over Bosnia.
Drawing their World Cup 2014 opening match against Nigeria, a much tougher test set to arrive for Iran as they will be challenging table topper, Argentina this upcoming weekend.
Ahead of that important battle, the Asian side's head coach, Carlos Queiroz is asking his players to maintain their positive attitude and sacrifice themselves on the pitch.
The disappointing 0-0 draw between Nigeria against Iran might not be considered a pretty sight in current World Cup 2014 showing, which has been filled with goals, but that result was pleasing enough for Bosnia.
A pretty disappointing result occurred for both Iran and Nigeria on their Group F opening fixture as both sides failed to pick up all three points from that tie.
Having been entertained with goal scoring fest, football fans finally witnessed the first dull match in World Cup as none of those two teams were able to score any goals.
Iran National football side apparently still need to improve their performance in they wan't to compete well for upcoming 2014 World Cup as they suffered a disappointing friendly defeat over Guinea this past midweek.
The World Cup 2014 Asian qualifier have finished another stage, confirming four representatives to Brazil.
Aside from thrilling matches being shone for football lovers, there were also quality goals being scored in the process.
Iran 4-0 Lebanon highlights: Iran maintained their shot in getting that automatic qualification for the upcoming 2014 World Cup after picking up all three points from their latest Asian qualifier fixture against Lebanon.
Iran are preparing themselves for an important World Cup qualifying match against South Korea on Tuesday in Tehran.
Although their opponents are currently sitting at the top of their qualifying group, Iran head coach, Carlos Quieroz remains optimistic about his team's chances in beating South Korea.