The United States and Wales closed the activity this Monday, November 21, at the World Cup Qatar 2022. The 1-1 that the Group B teams starred in is the first draw that has occurred in the tournament held in Doha.

In addition, the equalizer on the scoreboard catapulted England as leader of Group B after beating Iran 6-2.

From the first minutes of the game USA he maintained possession of the ball and constant pressure from both flanks, nearly costing Wales an own goal.

However, it was until minute 36 when Timothy Weah He put the Americans ahead after a play in conjunction with Pulisic, who threw him a pass for him to sentence with the outside.

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$!Tim Weah beat the Welsh goalkeeper with a finish from the bottom.

Tim Weah beat the Welsh goalkeeper with a finish from the bottom.

For the second half, the Welsh team reversed roles and showed more push forward, putting American goalkeeper Matt Turner in trouble.

Running into the 80th minute, Wales’ insistence paid off when a penalty was awarded after Zimmerman’s foul on Gareth Balestar of the European team.

Without mercy, the Los Angeles FC forward charged from eleven steps with a powerful shot to make it 1-1. In this way, Bale debuted in a World Cup with a goal, since Wales had not been present in a World Cup since 1958.

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In this match, like Harry Kane (England), United States captain Tyler Adams walked onto the pitch wearing an armband that read: “No Discrimination.”

$!Harry Kane with the

Harry Kane with the bracelet asking for “non-discrimination”.

The next commitments of Group B will be between Wales and Iran on Friday at 4:00 a.m. Mexico and England against the United States that same day at 1:00 p.m.

Source: Vanguardia

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