Weah: It would have been nicer if we had won, I will talk to my dad about the goal

United States soccer player Timothy Weah said that he thinks his father, the legendary soccer player and now the current president of Liberia, George Weah, is proud of his first goal at the World Cup.

“It’s a great feeling to score a goal. I think my father is living this moment through me. I am very happy, both for my family and for the team,” said the 22-year-old striker.

The United States of America and Wales played to a 1:1 draw in the first round of Group B at the World Cup, and the scorer of the leading round for America in the 34th minute was a young striker.

“I haven’t checked my phone yet, but my dad was in the stands, with my mom and uncle. I’ll talk to him later. I am happy about the goal, but it would have been even nicer if we had won. But we’re going one step at a time,” said Weah.

In the second round, the United States of America will play against England.

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