Bamba Dieng, centre, stuck the third goal to seal the victory for Senegal ©Getty Images

Hosts Qatar were knocked out of the 2022 FIFA World Cup as England and the United States played out a goalless draw.

The other two games from the day saw The Netherlands draw 1-1 against Ecuador while Iran bounced back from the opening day drubbing against England to beat Wales 2-0.

The United States were the better side and England were lucky when Weston McKennie missed a sitter while Chelsea star Christian Pulisic struck the bar in the first half.

For the Three Lions, Mason Mount and Harry Maguire were the only positives on an otherwise dull night.

Meanwhile, hosts Qatar lost 1-3 against Senegal.

Boulaye Dia broke the deadlock for the African champions four minutes before half-time, after a defensive blunder from Boualem Khoukhi.

A flying header from Famara Diedhiou doubled the lead for Senegal soon after the restart.

Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy came back to form after a horrible first game, making crucial saves from Almoez Ali and Ismail Mohamad.

However, Qtara managed to pull one back through a great header from Mohammed Muntari.

But all hopes ended for the hosts as Bamba Dieng stuck the third goal to seal the result.

Once again, Enner Valencia starred for Ecuador with the third goal of the World Cup after Cody Gakpo had given the Dutch the lead with a powerful drive.

The Netherlands were not able to build on their opener while Ecuador skipper Valencia was taken off on a stretcher due to an injury.

Group A is now wide open with all three teams - The Netherlands, Ecuador and Senegal - capable of topping the table.

In the first match of the day, two late strikes helped Iran pull off a shock win over Wales.

Playing in their first World Cup for 64 years, the first blow for Wales came as substitute Roozbeh Cheshmi struck nine minutes into stoppage time.

Ramin Rezaeian then doubled the lead, finishing off a slick counterattack to seal a famous win.

Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey was sent off following VAR check for a rash challenge on Medhi Taremi in the 86th minute.

Carlos Queiroz's side were unlucky as Sardar Azmoun and Ali Gholizadeh struck the post in the send half.

Wales meanwhile struggled to get a hold of the game with qualifying looking highly unlikely.