Iran vs. Montenegro: 6 Things We Learned from Goalless Friendly Draw

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Iran vs. Montenegro: 6 Things We Learned from Goalless Friendly Draw
Ronald Zak/Associated Press

Iran played out a 0-0 draw against Montenegro in an international friendly in Austria on Monday as they continued their preparations for this summer's World Cup in Brazil.

Clear-cut chances were few and far between for Carlos Queiroz's men, as they notched a second goalless draw on the bounce in their pre-tournament friendlies—they tied 0-0 with Belarus eight days ago.

They will be playing two more warm-up matches, against Austria and Trinidad and Tobago, before starting their World Cup campaign in Group F alongside Argentina, Nigeria and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Here are six things we learned from the 0-0 draw between Iran and Montenegro.

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