Most terrible VAR choice of World Cup 2018 honours Iran late penalty; however, Portugal and Cristiano Ronaldo survive. Cristiano Ronaldo missed a second-half penalty as Portugal drew 1-1 with Iran to progress to the round of 16 at the 2018 World Cup.

Selecao delighted in a decent begin to the conflict as any semblance of Ronaldo, and João Mario had endeavours at objective in the opening 15 minutes. 
In spite of Portugal's strength, they attempted to cut out open shots as they were limited to long-range endeavours. 
Iran cut out the diversion's first shot following 33 minutes as Saeid Ezatolahi got on the finish of the free-kick before controlling his header directly at Rui Patricio. 

Portugal was in the long run remunerated for the strength three minutes previously the break as Ricardo Quaresma cut inside and sent a fine twisting strike into the best corner with the outside of his boot. 

Five minutes into the second half, Portugal was granted a penalty following review from the Video Assistant Referee (VAR). Ronaldo assumed liability yet observed his spot-kick spared by Munir. 

Portugal coach Fernando Santos settled on fresher legs and pulled back Quaresma for Manchester City's Bernado Silva on 70 minutes. 

The European champions were stayed outdoors in the Iran half for a significant portion of the second half as they pushed for a second goal. 

There was some more show, in the end, arranges as Iran was granted a penalty using the VAR. 

Karim Ansarifard changed over the penalty for Iran, yet it was past the point of no return as Portugal hung on for the position which brings them into the following round.