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Chelsea's Pulisic injured ahead of US match in Wales

FOX News

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Christian Pulisic's participation in the United States' first match in more than nine months could be in jeopardy after the Chelsea winger was injured in the warmup ahead of the Premier League game against Burnley on Saturday. Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said Pulisic "felt something on his hamstring" and was replaced in the starting lineup by Timo Werner. "We're talking minor, nothing serious," Lampard said after Chelsea's 3-0 win at Turf Moor, where Pulisic scored a hat trick in a league game last season.


'You are hated there' - what's it like when England play Wales in Cardiff?

BBC News

The Welsh capital is awash with vibrancy and noise on match days, but the atmosphere reaches a frenzy when England are in town. It's the match the fans want their team to win more than any other. "You are hated there," says England scrum-half Danny Care. "Some of the fans genuinely hate you. They want to make it miserable, make the atmosphere intimidating and hostile."


Wales to host Mexico in March friendly match at Cardiff City Stadium

BBC News

Wales will play an international friendly match against Mexico at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, 27 March 2021.


Six Nations: World Rugby confirm TMO error in England v Wales match

BBC News

World Rugby have admitted that a mistake was made by the television match official (TMO) in Wales' 12-6 defeat by England.


Was Russia match Wales' finest hour?

BBC News

Wales' historic Euro 2016 campaign has been a heady emotional cocktail and the win against Russia was perhaps the most stirring yet. The manner of victory was exhilarating, the unity between fans and players uplifting and the result perhaps the greatest in Welsh football history. For manager Chris Coleman, the strongest emotion was one of pride. "I'm immensely proud of nights like tonight, when you see a sea of red supporters and hear that kind of support," he said. The Wales football team has traditionally been more familiar with failure than success, although the current side have bucked that trend.