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Wales slam ‘unfair’ criticism from Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey amid 2022 World Cup struggles

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en Davies came to the defense of Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale, urging Wales fans to keep faith that the star pair will deliver once again in tomorrow’s crucial clash against England.

Wales must beat Gareth Southgate’s side to have a chance of making the last 16 at their first World Cup in 64 years, with veteran midfielder Joe Allen admitting Rob Page’s side have need the “performance of our lifetime” to reach the knockout stage.

While Bale scored a vital equalizer from the penalty spot in the opener draw against the United States, he and Ramsey came under heavy criticism following Friday’s dismal 2-0 loss to the United. ‘Iran.

The pair have been at the forefront of an unprecedented period of success for Wales and delivered superb performances at Euro 2016 and 2020 but have so far fallen short past glories here.

Davies, however, insists they remain capable of producing something special against England.

Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey have both been slammed amid Wales’ World Cup struggles

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“Gareth and Aaron showed up for Wales again and again,” the Tottenham defender said. “They’ve shown the quality they have and to be honest I don’t think we’d be here without them. Criticizing them is probably very unfair. I think we have to trust them and they can do that to us once again.

Both looked long, with Bale playing 90 straight minutes and Ramsey only coming on as a late substitute against Iran after Wayne Hennessey’s red card, but Page appears to have no choice but to turn to the sidelines again. two men.

“They are two incredible players,” said Swansea midfielder Allen. “I don’t think there is anyone else in the team who has reached the heights of which they are capable. It’s a huge game coming up, they are high caliber players and they have always been. Hopefully, if any reviews come their way, they’ll be able to answer a few of those reviews with a top performance.

To qualify for the Round of 16, Wales must either beat England by at least four goals or, more likely, win and hope the other Group B match between the United States and Iran ends in a draw.

Allen’s insistence that tomorrow’s game will be some sort of derby is no source of additional incentive.

“I don’t think we could be more motivated,” he said. “We are in the World Cup and we have to win.”


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