The battle between the North Americans and the Welsh concludes the second day of the World Cup
Second day World Cup Take everything! The final match between USA and Wales on Monday (21) will be played at the Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium at 4pm Brasilia time. The clash is played by Group B, the 1966 World Champions. England, and Iran. Both the Americans and the Welsh make their World Cup debuts with wins.
It will be the first match between the two teams in World Cup history. This game never happened in the world. It is worth recalling that the United States participated in the world’s largest sports event in Brazil in 2014. Wales, on the other hand, are competing in the Qatar Cup after 64 years. The last was the 1958 World Cup in Sweden.
Both teams are, in theory, fighting for second place. Iran is also a part of it. As the England team is in first place to finish the first stage. Heading into this clash, coach Greg Berhalder has already said it will be difficult for midfielder McKenney and right-back Test to play the entire match. With Pulisic as the main name, North Americans to star in: Turner; Test, Zimmerman, Ream and Robinson; Adams, Musa and McKenney; Weah (Aronson or Reyna), Jesus Ferreira (Sargent) and Pulisic.
Wales already have Gareth Bale as their big star. At 33, it will be the former Real Madrid man’s first World Cup appearance and he will not want to let the Welsh fans down. Thus, coach Robert Page had to send on the field: Hennessy; Ampadu, Rodan and Ben Davies; Connor Roberts, Alan (Mebham), Ramsey and Neko Williams; Bale, Moore, and Daniel James.
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