Iran's players stormed the pitch at full-time as if they had won the World Cup rather than just their opening match in Russian Federation after an own goal from Morocco's Aziz Bouhaddouz gifted them a dramatic 1-0 victory on Friday. Morocco play Portugal on Wednesday, 20 June (13:00 BST), before Iran play Spain at 19:00 BST on the same day.
"UEFA feels that the instrument's widespread use would not be appropriate in Europe", UEFA announced in a statement, following the conclusion of the World Cup in 2010.
There had been excitement after officials at Tehran's Azadi Stadium announced that families would be allowed in to watch Friday's match together for the first time.
The national team of Iran in the last seconds pulled out a victory over Morocco and unhooked Africans from fighting in the playoffs of the world Cup. Renard has relied on his ultra-defensive tactics all throughout the qualifying campaign and is likely to stick with it against Iran.
Ziyech, an Ajax playmaker, was billed as Morocco's best attacker but he floated in and out of the game and embarrassingly missed an attempted shot completely when teed up for an early chance at the edge of the area.
There was nothing cautious about the way the Moroccans approached the game, though. In football, a win is like medicine and we know that if we can win our opening match, we will be more motivated and more energetic for our next matches.
The Moroccans seemed to tire as the first half wore on and the Iranians generated a pair of opportunities just before the break.
Striker Sardar Azmoun broke clear though the middle but he shot straight at Mohamedi who got up quickly to keep out a follow-up effort from Alireza Jahanbakhsh.
There was an explosion of joy among the Iran squad as coaches and substitutes leapt out of the dugout and sprinted onto the field to celebrate with the players. "We have three teams who are above us in the Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings", he said in his pre-match conference. On the other end, Iran won three out of their last five games with two loss.
Iran have qualified for consecutive World Cups for the first time in their history.
In the two team's first encounter on the World Cup stage, the Atlas Lions enjoyed a comfortable start, dominating the pitch and controlling the tempo, while Iranian goalkeeper Ali Beiranvand impressed spectators with his heroic saves amid scramble.
Former Manchester United assistant Carlos Queiroz and ex-Cambridge United boss Herve Renard will look to navigate their respective nations out of a tricky group which includes Portugal and Spain.
A distraught Morocco's Younes Belhanda waits to kick off after teammate Aziz Bouhaddouz scored an own goal.