The Real Madrid star Gareth Bale was very pleased with the draw of his country’s national team in their travel to Belgium, final score 0-0.
Although Belgium has dominated the yesterday’s game between Belgium and Wales counting for qualification to Euro 2016, Gareth Bale’s team managed to conclude clean sheets. Thus Welsh kept their unbeaten series of matches in this campaign, and have a good chance to qualify for the European Championship to be held in France over two years.
“It’s a fantastic result, coming to the team that is fourth in the world and getting any result is a fantastic performance from us,” Bale told Sky Sports.
“I think everybody did everything and worked for each other. We put expectation on ourselves more than anyone because we know we are capable of.”
Wales ranks second in Group B of qualifiers with two wins and two draws. The Welsh are now close to a qualification at the final tournament, which has not happened since the 1958 World Cup.
This route filled with enthusiasm and coach Coleman, who said he was very proud of his footballers performance.
“It was exciting. My heart was in my mouth once or twice but I thought it was an incredible performance from our lads,” Coleman said.
“They say they are the best Belgium team in history so to come here and take a point speaks volumes for our players. The lads showed so much character and courage at times.”