message after Wales secure draw "This team never gives up"

Following their 2022 FIFA World Cup match against the USA in which Wales lost, Gareth Bale was a proud captain of Wales.


The Dragons faced off against the Stars and Stripes on Monday, November 21st. USA took the lead after dominating possession for most of the opening hour.

Timothy Weah snatched the ball from Christian Pulisic’s pass to give the ball to USA. Wales showed improvement in the second half

and finally scored their first FIFA World Cup goal after 64 years. Walker Zimmerman fouled Bale in the area, and he scored the resulting penalty kick to make the score 1-1 in the second half.

While neither team was able find a winner at the end, Bale expressed satisfaction with the Dragons’ resilience and fighting spirit.

Bale tweeted after the Group A game: USA and Wales played in the late kickoff on Monday night. There were two matches played prior to their clash on day 2 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

First, England took on Iran in Group A. Half-time saw the Three Lions lead by 3-0 thanks to goals from Jude Bellingham (Bukayo Saka) and Raheem sterling.

Saka added another goal before Iran scored through Mehdi Taremi. Substitutes Jack Grealish (Marcus Rashford) and Jack Grealish (Jack Grealish) then scored to make it 6-1 England.

In the most anticipated fixture in Group A, the Netherlands faced Senegal in the second match. The second match was a cagey affair