The 2022 World Cup's first red card comes from a scissor kick by Wayne Hennessey.

Wales's second World Cup group stage match was against Iran, and they entered the match knowing a victory would put them in a strong position to advance to the round of 16.

Although they opened with a 1-1 draw against the United States on a late penalty from Gareth Bale, the Dragons looked sluggish and clumsy again, failing to create many

good scoring chances. The work of Rob Page's team, who were trying to hold on for a draw, was made considerably more difficult when Wayne Hennessey suffered a severe 

headache due to a sudden rush of blood to the head. Wales were whacked on the break from their own corner, and the injury was severe because it was self-inflicted.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey came sprinting out of his box and missed the ball with a crazy scissor kick, leaving Mehdi Taremi sprawled on the ground 

as he attempted to break free of the Welsh back line. Wales were forced to bench Aaron Ramsey in favor of Danny Ward taking up the ring,

 but they were unable to fend off Iran, who eventually scored the game-winning goal.The Welsh had their qualifying ambitions severely dented when Roozbeh Cheshmi

scored a long-range goal against Ward in the 98th minute. Minutes later, things got even worse when Ramin Semeskandi chipped in to score off of Taremi's pass.