After the US’ crucial win over Iran, George Weah, Liberian President, was seen hugging his son and USMNT winger Tim Weah. The Americans advanced to the semifinals. World Cup Round 16.
After being sub in the 82nd minutes for Walker Zimmerman, the center-back, the 22-year old was seen in an orange FIFA-sponsored bib as he met his mother Clar in Al Thumama Stadium tunnel in Doha.
George said, “The last comeback,” to his son, while giving him a hug.
Tim scored the Star and Stripes first goal last week. World Cup campaign ends in 1-1 draw against Wales. On Tuesday, he thought that he had scored the second goal of this tournament, but his strike was ruled out for offside.
He he also initiated all three RedHe was a fixture in Qatar for the White and Blues and will look to keep his place in Saturday’s American starting XI against Netherlands in the Round 16.
After the US reached the Round of 16, Liberia’s President George Weah embraced his son Tim. World Cup after Tuesday’s 1-0 win over Iran
Weah departed for the USA for the third time World Cup game in succession, played in all Group A games
Weah stated that Iran won a beautiful game because of the hard work they had put in as a group. This was after Gregg Berhalter’s first win for their young side at the tournament. World Cup.
“But, you see, Christian put it aside and got hurt in that process. We love him and are grateful for him. It’s a great feeling.
Weah, 22 years old, celebrates with her teammates after the whistle blows for the US-Iran match.
George Weah, President Liberia’s, watches his son, Iran vs. USA, from the stands
The winger who plays for Ligue 1 side Lille OSC was born in New York. His father was a professional footballer.
The US winger made his debut in 2018 and is the first of his family members to play at a. World Cup, since George was not able to play on soccer’s biggest stage in Liberia.
The Liberian President is one of the greatest players to come out of Africa and is still the only African to win the Ballon d’Or.
He During his 18-year club playing career, he was a forward at AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain. His final appearance for Liberia was in September 2018 when he made a surprise appearance in an exhibition game against Nigeria at the age of 51, a year after he’d been elected as the country’s leader.
“Congratulations,” Pele, a Brazilian legend, wrote to Tim. He had dedicated his goal against Wales towards the USA and Liberia, his father.
Brazilian legend Pele congratulated Tim via Instagram after scoring the US’s first tricky winger World Cup goal in a 1-1 draw against Wales
Weah will be able to claim his goal against Wales in place of his father, who didn’t get to play in the match. World Cup
The three-time champion said that it was a beautiful goal. World Cup champion added. ‘Keep dreaming, dreams come true.’
Tim called him Papa Pele and thanked him profusely for the inspiring message.
‘Thank you for everything you’ve done for the world and for us young black men,’ Weah wrote, adding ‘Grandes Abraços,’ which means ‘big hugs’ in Portuguese.
Timothy was then questioned about the Good Morning America exchange.
George Weah, who was awarded the Ballon D’Or 1995 in his native Africa, is the only African player to win this prestigious award. He During an 18-year career with the club, played for AC Milan and PSG (pictured).
He said, “It meant everything to me.” It’s an incredible feeling to get a message from one the greatest people in history. I consider myself blessed to have been in that position.
“I love him, and dreams do come to life, so all you little boys and girls watching, be sure to believe in yourself, and that your dreams will come into being.
Tim was also asked about his childhood in Rosedale, Queens. This is a suburb of New York.
He stated, “Small-town boy, from Rosedale. It’s a very communitative vibe.” “Shoutout” to all those present. They are the ones I want to say thank you for pushing me to do my best. I am proud to be a representative of the entire community. I love you guys so much that I cannot wait to go home and celebrate with all of you.