England and USA played 0-0 in a very poor match

And ended on Friday evening, the second round of Group Two in the World Cup, with the Anglo-American match. The English had a high win against Iran and the Americans with a draw against Wales, but it was clear Southgate’s side would have a more difficult time.


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The first half made for an even game, but the biggest chance came to the Americans, with Pulisic hitting the crossbar in the 33rd minute, and Weah clearly feeling the game. Foden and Rashford started off the bench in this match as well, but neither Bellingham nor Saka added as much to the game in the first half as they did against Iran.

The English sled continued into the second half, and although the Americans didn’t push the English in front of their goal, they looked more lively for a long time. Then it was as if they were also tired of all this, and in the last 15-20 minutes nothing meaningful happened. The match at times looked like both teams were going to pull off a nice draw, which is almost inconspicuous based on group standings anyway. The match ended 0-0, probably without a goal for several halves, although Kane, who was almost unremarkable throughout the match, hit a dangerous header in the 93rd minute.

In the last round, England will play from 4 points against Wales with one point, and they must not lose on their own if they want to advance, while Iran with three points will meet the United States with two points. We don’t want to make predictions, matches will be played on Tuesday, November 29, from 8pm.

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