The US youth team came close to winning their return to the FIFA World Cup, but a Gareth Bale goal helped Wales draw the match 1–1. Bell helped his team share the points by scoring a penalty kick in the 82nd minute in this football match on Monday night.
The US youth team came close to winning their return to the FIFA World Cup, but a Gareth Bale goal helped Wales draw the match 1–1. Bell helped his team share the points by scoring a penalty kick in the 82nd minute in this football match on Monday night. The US team came away disappointed with the draw, which made its path to the knockout stages even more uncertain.
Midfielder Brendan Aaronson said, “You felt the match was in your hands and you were going to win the match.” It’s like a slap on your face. The United States took the lead in the 36th minute through Tim Weah. Tim Viah scored from Kristian Pulisic’s pass to give hope to a crowd that was attended by his father, former FIFA Player of the Year, and Liberian President George Leah. US coach Greg Berhalter said, “Going into the locker room after the match, you could see the frustration in the team.” ,
aThe Meriki team narrowly missed qualifying for the 2018 tournament. Brennan Johnson took a shot which Aaron Ramsay headed towards Bell but close to the penalty spot, Bell had his back to the goal. Bale made contact with his left foot as Zimmerman attempted to clear the ball and Qatari referee Abdulrahman Al Jassim awarded a penalty. Bell thus scored his 41st goal by dodging goalkeeper Matt Turner. Bell, who has played 109 international matches, brought Wales, who are playing their first World Cup match since 1958, on par.
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Bell said, “Definitely, it was a tough match. We didn’t play the way we wanted to play in the first half, while America played very well. In Group B, the US team will now face England on Friday, which opened the account by defeating Iran 6-2. While Wales will face Iran. The top two teams of the group will advance to the next round.
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