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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Carlos Queiroz
In a match with political overtones, Iran plays Qatar in a World Cup qualifier Tuesday that both nations need to win to maintain hope of reaching next year's tournament in Brazil.
David Villa finished off a move of Spanish perfection to finally break down Portugal's defensive wall Tuesday, giving the European champions a 1-0 win and a spot in the World Cup quarterfinals.
"Three years ago Iran was fourth or fifth in Asia and today is the No. 1 country," Queiroz said. "I don't think it is realistic position because Japan and South Korea are still in front of all the other countries in my opinion in Asia. But results are results, and it feels good to be there in that position."
"When Korea created opportunities, our players fought for our lives," Iran coach Carlos Queiroz said.