The wait is over! Wales beat Ukraine 1-0 to reach World Cup in 64

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Wales have qualified for the World Cup final for the second time in history. When opening the nest wins Ukrainian national team Narrowly 1-0. Andre Yarmolenko’s own goal ended a 64-year wait.

The FIFA World Cup 2022 European Zone A play-off final will take place on Sunday June 5 2022 at Cardiff City Stadium. As Wales defeated Austria  2-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium. Playoffs vs Ukraine National Team invaded the victory over. Scotland’s national team 3-1 arrived in action on Wednesday 1 June ago.

GOAL 34 minutes Red Dragon has a goal to lead 1-0 from a free kick in front of the penalty area indented to the left. Gareth Bale the captain of the team opened the UFABET ball into the penalty area. Andrei Yarmolenko, the captain of The other side tried to tackle the ball. But became a ball that slipped into his own goal, the kind that George Bush had lost the right to protect, then the visiting team attacked hard, but could not score a goal equalizer. End of the first half, Wales led 1-0. 

The second half of the game for another 45 minutes , the offensive game belongs to Ukrainian national team who want a goal equalizer There is a chance to win 15 scores, enter the frame 5 times, while the locals can only win 5 times, enter the frame only once but no more doors At the end of the match , Wales defeated Ukraine 1-0 to qualify for the 2022 World Cup final in Qatar at the end of the year. Which will be in Group B together with England, Iran and the United States  and is considered the second time to have played in the World Cup After 64 years of waiting since the first time in 1958  

Wales national team lineup (4-4-2 system): Wayne Hennessey (goalkeeper) – Connor Roberts, Ben Davis, Joe Rodon, Nae. Go Williams – Ethan Ampadu, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen, Daniel James – Keffer Moore, Gareth Bale (captain)

lineup  Ukraine national team (4-1-4-1): Georgi Bushchan (Goalkeeper)- Oleksandr Karavayev, Iliya Zabarnyi, Micola Matvi. Yenko, Vitali Micolenko – Taras Stepanenko – Andrei Yarmolenko (captain), Ruslan Malinovsky, Oleksandr. R. Zinchenko, Victor Tsikankov – Roman Yaremchuk