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2022 World Cup: Weah Reflects On Historic Goal Against Wales

2022 World Cup: Weah Reflects On Historic  Goal Against Wales

United States of America forward Timothy Weah has reflected on his historic goal in his country’s 1-1 draw against Wales on Monday night.

Weah gave USA the lead in the 36th minute of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Group B encounter.

Wales rallied back to earn a share of the spoils with Gareth Bale netting from the spot eight minutes from time.

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Weah made history as the first son of a former Ballon d’Or winner to feature and score at the FIFA World Cup.

“Christian gave me a beautiful ball and it was up to me to finish it,” Weah told reporters after the match.

“It felt like in the first half we had a lot of energy, a lot of momentum … and then coming into the second-half we dialed down and Wales turned it up a notch. They started pressing us, they had most of the ball and I think at the end that’s what really hurt us.”

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  • Kenny 1 year ago

    See the hardworking son of a President.
    Not the lazy sons of some African Politicians.

  • Edoman 1 year ago

    Like father, like son. Thats is the way is supposed to be in a civilized society. How is it in Nigeria? you think about.

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