Wales and Belgium signed the tables in Cardiff in a match that ended up satisfying both teams (1-1). Especially to Wales, who with the point was able to secure second place and a play-off that can take it to the Qatar World Cup 2022. Meanwhile, Roberto Martínez’s team, who already had his World Cup passport stamped, ends this qualifying without having lost any of their matches.

With qualification under their arm, Belgium brought out their ‘B’ team in Cardiff. Of the great stars of the ‘red devils’, only Kevin De Bruyne stepped on the grass. In fact, it was the City player who broke the initial 0-0 with a shot from the edge (12 ‘).

Meanwhile, Wales, without Bale injured again, had to try to secure the tie so as not to depend on the result between the Czech Republic and Estonia, so he put on his work suit.

Robert Page’s footballers searched for Casteels ‘goal and found it when Kieffer Moore punished a chain error by the Belgian defense (32’).

From there, a lot of dedication and little intention on the part of Belgium and a Wales that tried to achieve something more, but saw a lack of aim to take the game. In the end, everyone is happy.