USMNT’s Timothy Weah weighs in on World Cup

Usmnt's timothy weah weighs in on world cup

Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “USMNT’s Timothy Weah weighs in on World Cup” – below is their description.

Weah, who scored the United States men’s national soccer team’s first goal at the 2022 World Cup, shares how the team is preparing for Friday’s match against England.

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