Last night Wales draw their match against Serbia where in the last minute the Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic score the equalizer for his side.
In world cup qualifying match against Serbia the Wales men’s are leading the match but in the dying minute the striker scored an important goal for Serbia and deny the Wales side to earn crucial points at Cardiff.
Now Wales are four points adrift form Republic of Ireland, who are sitting in the top of the group in there group and in there next man the Wales will face them in their world cup qualifiers in march.
But the Wales main man Gareth Bale Believes that they can still reach to the world cup 2018.
— Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) November 12, 2016
"We are so disappointed at the moment, we played great in the first half but then we faded," he told. "We dug in. It's one of those things, you go so close at one end [as Bale hit the post] and then they go up and score.
"We believe we can still do it, we just need to keep working hard. At home we were confident, we were 1-0 up in the 85th minute, it's two points lost."
Bale’s compatriot Joe Ledley has a same kind attitude after the match he is thinking about the positive sides after deflate standstill.
He added: "Being at home, of course we wanted to take the three points,"
"We fought well. We changed the tactics, it worked and on another day we would have won.
"Credit to Serbia, they came here and got the point. We're still undefeated, so there's still a lot of positives to take out of this game.
"We'll keep our heads and look forward to the next one”.