FIFA World Cup 2022: The FIFA World Cup in Qatar will be a historic opportunity for Wales. Wales qualified for the World Cup in June this year by defeating Ukraine, filling Europe’s last place in the World Cup. Wales beat Ukraine 1–0 with a goal from their captain, Gareth Bale. Due to this goal, Wales got an entry in the Football World Cup after 64 years.
Gareth Bale gave the good news
Wales captain Gareth Bale gave such good news to his team on Tuesday, which is bound to boost his morale. Bell said that he will be fully fit for the FIFA World Cup. The former Real Madrid star’s fitness has been a cause of concern for the past few months. In June, even before Wales beat Ukraine to qualify for the World Cup, he was plagued by back stiffness. Meanwhile, he had said he was not 100 per cent fit after scoring for Los Angeles FC in the MLS Cup final.
Gareth Bale assures to be 100 per cent fit
As Wales prepared to travel to Qatar to take part in the World Cup for the first time since 1958, he insisted he was fit to play, Xinhua news agency reported. Bell said, “I’m fully fit and ready to go. If I need to play (90 minutes), I’ll play 90 minutes. When you play in these big tournaments, it’s hard to do that.” It’s important to have trust.”
Wales’ schedule for the FIFA World Cup 2022
The 33-year-old Bell admitted before boarding a flight to Qatar that the run-up to the tournament had been difficult. He added that Wales’ experience in the recent European Championships will help them in Qatar, where they will face the United States on November 22 at 12:30 am IST. Next, they will face Iran on November 25 at 3:30 PM and England on November 30 at 12:30 AM. Wales is part of Group B with all three other teams in the Top 25 along with Wales.
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