Gareth Bale says what made Wales come back against the U.S?

Gareth Bale says what made Wales

Gareth Bale says he is proud of the team spirit he and his Welsh teammates displayed in their 1-1 draw against the United States.

The Dragons’ first World Cup game in 64 years ended in a tie after Bale scored a late penalty and Kieffer Moore made a big difference off the bench.

Rob Page’s team played badly in the first half and fell behind after Tim Weah scored, but Bale was quick to point out that Wales showed a lot of determination.

“To be honest, the first half wasn’t good,” he told ITV. “They did a great job, and we didn’t. But at halftime, we talked to the coach and changed a few things. The second half started off with the same intensity and ferocity that has defined our team all season.

“That’s a great point, and we showed great character again, just like we did at the Euros in 2021. We go again.”

Gareth Bale says response to the question of what was discussed at halftime was, “Just a few tweaks…nothing I want to talk too much about!

We needed to take stock, as excellent teams do, and then proceed to prove ourselves once again.

It was always going to be me [who paid the price]. Without a shadow of a question, I knew I had to take charge, and I’m glad I did.

It’s amazing that I scored in the World Cup, but I would have preferred a win.