The American goal against Wales was scored by the son of an African head of state

The American goal against Wales was scored by the son of an African head of state
The American goal against Wales was scored by the son of an African head of state

The son of the head of an African state, he scored the goal of the US national team against Wales in the match that the two teams played in Group Two, which includes England and Iran in the Qatar World Cup, and it took place yesterday evening, Monday, at the “Ahmed bin Ali World Cup Stadium”, also known as “Al Rayyan Stadium” in Umm Al-Afai area west of Doha.

The player who scored the goal in the 36th minute of the first half is Timothy Weah, born 22 years ago in New York, to a Jamaican mother named Clar Duncan and a famous father, George Weah, the current president of Liberia and the star of its former football team, known as the only African to win the Golden Ball awarded by the magazine France Football French for the game’s best stars and celebrities.

The choice fell on striker Timothy Weah, shown above a video of his goal yesterday in the match that ended in a tie for the two teams with the goal of another meeting, to be among the 26 players chosen by the coach of the American national team, to be able to have an opportunity by participating in the World Cup finals in Qatar, and with participation the son achieved what he was unable to do. His father, who, despite his position among the best strikers in the history of the game, was unable to participate with the Liberian national team in any World Cup.

The article is in Arabic

Tags: American goal Wales scored son African state

PREV Al-Ahly crowned the basket-related league by defeating Al-Ittihad of Alexandria
NEXT Al-Ahly crowned the basket-related league by defeating Al-Ittihad of Alexandria