• The son of the current president of Liberia put the United States ahead, but the ex-madridista equalized by converting a penalty he had caused.

    His father, the formidable striker George WeahHe could never play a World Cup. He did not have it easy as a representative of Liberiathe country that now presides already involved in political work. The former player of PSG, Milan, Chelsea or Manchester City has the honor of being only African Ballon d’Or. She conquered him in 1995, when her son had not yet been born Timothy Weahthe Lille striker who scored this Monday for USA in the draw against Gareth Bale’s Wales (1-1).

    The 22-year-old son of the Liberian legend grew up in the youth ranks of the new york red bulls before leaving for France, where he entered the PSG school. He arrived in Qatar as one of the outstanding players of the combined Gregg Berhalterwho signed a remarkable first part against a bland Wales in his return to a World Cup 64 years later.

    An American double chance with a header from sergeant included (m. 9) was the first warning from the USA before the goal of Weahafter excellent assistance from pulisicthe talented Chelsea player (d. 36).

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    Wales improved after the break and caressed the tie with a header from Davies cleared by turner (d. 64). Set pieces became the best (and only) argument for the British team until Bale caused a penalty of rough zimmerman that he himself transformed (d. 82).

    The ex-madridista, who now plays in The Angelssigned a valuable tie for the fight for second place in a group with England of favourite.

    United States, 1; Wales, 1

    UNITED STATES:Turner; Dest, Zimmerman, Ream, Robinson; Musah, Adams, McKennie; Weah, Sargent, Pulisic. Technician: Gregg Berhalter. Changes: Aaronson for McKennie (d. 66); Yedlin by Dest (d. 74); Wright by Sargent (d. 74); Acosta for Musah (d. 74); Morris by Weah (d. 88).

    WELSH: Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Roberts, Ampadu, Ramsey, Neco Williams; Wilson, Bale, James. Technician: Robert Page. Changes: Moore for James (m. 46); Johnson by Neco Williams (d. 78); Thomas by Wilson (d. 92); Morell by Ampadu (d. 95).

    GOALS: 1-0 (m. 36), Weah, a pass from Pulisic; 1-1 (m. 82), Bale, from a penalty.