Wales has continued their unbeaten run of games in their group-B Euro16 qualifier with an away draw against the group favorites Belgium. Wales’s manager Chris Coleman was more than happy to get a draw against tough opponents away from home.

His side battled well to keep the Belgium’s star studded attack ,the like of Eden Hazard,Divock origi and Kevin de bruyne at bay in a Sunday evening encounter in Brussels.

It was second consecutive clean sheet for the Dragons. After the match, the Wales manager talking to the reporters said: “It wasn’t pretty at times but who cares?  It’s about points,We learnt from the last campaign where we played some much better football, we had a lot of chances, we kept getting beat too much. [It was] too easy when we didn’t have the ball but we’re a much tougher outfit now. ” He also added that  “That’s two clean sheets in four games. Two clean sheets against the two top teams, Bosnia and Belgium, so we’re on the right path, that’s for sure.”

Wales now sit  second in group B behind Israel and are now more optimistic about qualifying for a first major tournament in 38 years.

Paul Koroma

I learned all about life with a ball at my feet. Soccer allows me to push the limitation of creativity and express myself without saying a word. Soccer is my addiction. I train. I play, and I repeat every single day.

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