Chris Coleman’s Wales was happy to take a point in their world cup qualifying match against Austria.
Despite leading twice Wales ended the match by 2-2 against Austria in Vienna, Gareth Bale praises that it is a positive thing for them.
The Real Madrid man play a key part in the match, he delivered a sublime cross and a dangerous throw in to rapid a goal from the Stock city player Joe Allen and a Kevin Wimmer who scores a own goal.
On group D the Wales team is still leading the group on a goal difference with the result, and Bale was happy to gleam to solid return.
"This is a very difficult place to come, but we ground out a 2-2 draw," he was quoted as saying by the BBC. "Austria will beat a lot of teams here, a point is positive.
"Our home form is important, we need to win there now [against Georgia]."
Chris Coleman the 46 year old manager agreed with his main man, revealing that the Euro 2016 semifinalist were not at their best from at Vienna.
"We have to be honest and say we'll take that point tonight," he said. "It wasn't our best performance, we know that, but Austria are a very good team at home.
"To take three points, we needed to be at our very best in every department – but we weren't. We found a way, though, by hook or by crook, and we rode our luck at times.
"If you can get something when you are not at your best it is a good sign."