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World Cup for Gareth Bale

World Cup for Gareth Bale. Gareth Bale has stated that he will be fully prepared for the World Cup despite his recent lack of playing time for LAFC. At Wales’ final press conference before leaving for Qatar, talisman Bale said he will be ready for the team’s opening match against the United States on November 21. In this match, Bale will become the first captain to represent Wales at the World Cup since Jimmy Murphy did so in 1958.

I’m perfectly healthy and ready to play, despite recent accusations to the contrary, said Bale. He said, “There is no problem. If it takes three 90-minute games, I’ll play them. It has been difficult, especially mentally. I guess that the last three to four weeks have been trying for everyone, especially after hearing of injuries to players who were well aware they would be missing the World Cup. Several of the athletes whom I spoke with acknowledged that having to play this weekend was mentally difficult. Since the event is so wonderful, we’re hoping we don’t get hurt.

Bale has always had fitness issues, especially in the latter years of his Real Madrid career. Only five times during his final season in the Spanish city did he play in the league. He has also participated in one 90-minute match for LAFC after arriving in the country in the summer, when they defeated Philadelphia on November 5 in the MLS Cup playoffs and he netted a last-second equalizer.

The 33-year-old will be aware that the next competition in Qatar will be his one and only opportunity to make a positive impression on the international stage for his nation. By the 2026 edition, he’ll be 37, making it extremely improbable that he’ll compete. On November 21, he’ll be looking to lead Wales to a victory over the USA on an opening day.

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Salman Shaikh
Salman Shaikhhttps://goalmaestro.com/
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