The United States and Wales drew 1-1 at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, in a game referring to group B, in the World Cup in Qatar.
The United States entered the game well, changing the ball and showing a lot of collective work.
In the 10th minute, Joshua Sargent headed it wide. The Americans continued to have more of the ball, until in the 36th minute, Timothy Weah took advantage of Christian Pulisic’s pass and put the ball in the back of the net, making it 1-0.
Wales still haven’t caused any opportunities to disturb Matt Turner’s goal. The referee gave four minutes of time out.
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Wales manager Robert Page has introduced Kieffer Moore in place of Daniel James.
In the 65th minute, Ben Davies starred in the first high-flying move for the Welsh team, but the ball went over the crossbar in a header saved by Matt Turner. Shortly after, Kieffer Moore tried to equalize, but he also missed the goal.
In the 66th minute, Weston Mkennie came off for Brenden Aaronson.
At 68′, Neco Williams, from Wales, complained and had to be assisted.
In the 74th minute, the Americans’ helmsman, Gregg Berhalter, made a series of moves, Sergino Dest came out to bring on DeAndre Yedlin, Joshua Sargeant came out to bring on Haji Wright and Yunus Musah came out to make way for Kellyn Acosta.
In the 79th minute, Neco Williams even had to leave to make way for Brennan Johnson.
At 81′, Walker Zimmerman from the USA overthrew a Welsh player, it was a penalty.
At 82′, Gareth Bale was called to convert from the 11-metre mark, he didn’t waste any time and equality was achieved.
In the 88th minute, Jordan Morris left to replace the American scorer, Timothy Weah, who left the pitch complaining.
The referee gives a nine-minute time-out.
At 90+3, Wales will make a move, Harry Wilson leaves to make way for Sobra Thomas.
At 90+5, Robert Page refreshed the team even more and removed Ethan Ampadu to launch Joe Morrell.
At 90+11, the final whistle sounds.
It all ended in a draw, in what was Wales’ return to the World Cup, the European team had not participated in this competition since the 1958 edition.