Danny Ward’s Impressive Performance for Wales Fuels Optimism Ahead of Facing Crystal Palace
- Danny Ward looks to reclaim goalkeeper position at Leicester City after impressing during Wales’ unbeaten start to Euro qualifying
- Ward takes over as Wales’ number one again following Wayne Hennessey’s red card at World Cup
Danny Ward, Leicester City goalkeeper, hopes his recent impressive performances for Wales will help him reclaim his position for the championship’s upcoming matches, especially with the crunch trip to fellow strugglers, Crystal Palace, fast approaching. Ward had lost his place to Daniel Iversen during the international break, but delivered impressive performances against Croatia and Latvia, helping Wales earn four points during their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.
Danny Ward was in impressive form for Wales in their win over Latvia and draw with Croatia
Asked if he had parked his disappointment at being dropped at the club level, Ward replied affirmatively. He went on to mention how tough it’s been for the squad, given their current position on the leader board.
Ward is also hopeful about his future with the Welsh national team, having taken over as the number one following Wayne Hennessey’s red card during the World Cup. Ward made vital saves against Croatia and Latvia and is now looking forward to his next match, ready to give his all for both club and country.
Wales’ unbeaten start to the qualifiers reinforces the players’ belief in their abilities, and Ward’s solid performances fuel optimism ahead of the upcoming crunch match with Crystal Palace.
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