Jack87 news today,   Wales’ all-time top scorer and talisman Gareth Bale rebounded in the second half to draw 1-1 against the United States in Monday’s World Cup Group B match at the raucous Ahmed Ben Ali Stadium.

It was the proverbial two-half game as  asianbookie Team USA entered the break with a well-deserved 1-0 advantage after a superb finish by former World Player of the Year and current Liberian President George’s son Timothy Weah .

But Wales changed tactics at half-time, bringing in goal striker Kiefer Moore, changing the game and getting them back in the game, allowing Bale to claim an 82nd-minute penalty after being fouled himself.

The bk8 game was played in a fantastic atmosphere. Forget the valley, the Welsh fans were drowning Al Rayyan but met their opponents among the typical American supporters whose drums barely stopped beating.

Luckily Wales were lucky not to fall behind when Weah’s cross deflected from a helpless Joe Roden and hit Wayne Hennessey, which the Welsh goalkeeper knew little about.

Seconds later, Anthony Robinson headed in with a good chance at the near post.

The pattern in the first half was American possession, with Wales trapped in their own half, unable to find an escape route without a recognised number nine to hold the ball.

Instead, Bale and Dan James alternated in the middle with little pleasure, and whenever Wales made a clearance, it went straight back. The stress finally had an impact after 36 minutes.

Christian Pulisic received the ball inside the bk8 asianbookie Welsh half and pushed forward, found Weah’s clever movement and provided an extremely heavy pass, the winger slid his shot past Henney West time skillfully completed the pass.

Wales boss Rob Page made the crucial change at half-time, replacing the inefficient James with the tall, muscular Moore who was exactly what they were missing during the opening period. Suddenly, it’s a different ball game.

Wales was able to put pressure on the other end and get close twice in quick succession. First, Ben Davies forced a brilliant stop from goalkeeper Matt Turner before Moore headed in for a chance he should have buried.

Wales’ pressure paid off as they won a penalty when Tim Reem, already booked for a cynical challenge early in the first half, crossed the back of Bale, who was on the spot No mistake was made in kicking the ball out of Turner.


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