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Gareth Bale was hailed by wales director Ryan Giggs after the Real Madrid superstar kept their Euro 2020 qualification hopes alive against Azerbaijan.
Bale struck six minutes out of time his goal for his country and his first in 10 weeks to give Wales a victory and lift them within 3 points of Group E pacesetters Croatia and Hungary.
Anything but success against Azerbaijan — ranked 109 in 85 areas and the entire world below Wales — could have been a tragedy for their hopes of eligibility.
«Obviously Gareth has scored so many crucial goals for Wales over time,» Giggs said.
«Usually when he keeps scoring, so I was glad to see his score for Real Madrid a week.
«Much enjoy the remaining lads he showed great personality, kept going to the conclusion, I am very happy for him.
«We were overly fussy to reach the goal, too rushed. I’ve been in games like that before, you are never sure whether to stay or twist. There weren’t enough players in good form from the first half.»
Wales held a half-time guide that was fortuitous through Pavlo Pashayev’s odd objective.
The full-back was unaware that Bale’s deflected shot spun in his leadership and he headed it beyond goalkeeper Salahat Agayev.
But Azerbaijan equalised through Mahir Emreli at a Welsh comedy of defensive errors.
Giggs said:»I wasn’t pleased with the first halfof the We didn’t play well and we didn’t adhere into the game plan.
«I understood 1-0 wouldn’t be great enough, I was frustrated. We had a whole great deal of possession but we didn’t move the ball .
«We were not patient and that is what they’re good at, sitting back in their contour, win the ball and sprint forward.»
However, Giggs praised his side’s fighting qualities, including:»I am delighted with the three points, with the character we have shown.
«We always work hard and we will discover from it. We’ll enjoy this because it’s not easy to win points in this group.»
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