Wales’ Kieffer Moore will be a problem for USA, says Leeds’ Tyler Adams

    Gareth Bale and Kieffer Moore
    Kieffer Moore of Wales (right) shares a joke with team-mate and captain Gareth Bale during a World Cup training session in Doha, Qatar. (Picture: Getty Images)

    Leeds midfielder Tyler Adams believes Wales striker Kieffer Moore will be a ‘problem’ for the United States in today’s World Cup clash.

    Adams came up against 6ft 5in Moore earlier this month when Leeds beat Bournemouth 4-3 in the Premier League at Elland Road.

    The pair will cross swords again when Wales and the USA get their campaigns under way.

    ‘He’s a big threat, we figured that out playing against Bournemouth,’ said Adams, who will captain the USA.

    ‘He provides a completely different gameplan to any team that you put him into.

    ‘He’s amazing in the air, but he’s probably very underrated for his technical ability and finishing around the goal.

    ‘For our centre-backs, I’ve had a word with them. He’s a problem. It’ll be a tough one.’

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