World Cup 2022: Football Fans Praise Manchester Duo and Mock Wales As England Win

World Cup 2022: Football Fans Praise Manchester Duo and Mock Wales As England Win

  • England topped Group B to set up a clash against Senegal in the Round of 16 at the FIFA World Cup
  • Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden scored as England secured victory over Wales in their final Group B game
  • Fans had high praise for Manchester duo, Rashford and Foden, after their performances against Wales

It was a tale of two halves when England took on Wales in the FIFA World Cup.

The Three Lions dominated possession in the first half of the game but failed to capitalise on their dominance.

The English side only had two shots on target, while the Welsh had none.

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Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden came in for high praise from fans as England secured a win over Wales in the World Cup. Image: Alex Livesey/ Richard Sellers
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The second half was a much different affair as Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden scored two goals in 98 seconds as England stormed to a 2-0 lead. Rashford grabbed a third later on and fans couldn’t help but point out the difference in performance.

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They also had high praise for the Manchester duo of Rashford and Foden, while mocking Wales for their early exit.

Here's how fans reacted to the game on social media:

@Iewdawg:

"Chelsea players dropped and England starts playing free-flowing footy…"

@i_ayomii:

"Give Foden the ball'on Dior "

@PhxntomItz:

"Notice how United players started playing well in this World Cup ever since Ronaldo left the club."

@Raymond6b47:

"Manchester United players are doing a great job in this World Cup I love it."

@marknelsoncomic:

"That England v Wales first half is the biggest human rights abuse of the World Cup so far."

Source: SportsBrief.com