“On Tuesday morning, before I flew out, I received the message that my Dadcu had passed away. This achievement was for him, and I hope I have made him and all my family and friends proud.”
Wales’ first game in the World Cup since 1958 and it looked set to defeat after a first-half goal from Timothy Weah.
But the Welshman, spurred on by substitute Kieffer Moore at halftime, fought back valiantly and scored a deserved equalizer from the penalty spot after Zimmerman fouled Bale inside the box, and the 32-year-old lifted to edge Matt Turner.
Page’s men next face Iran in a crucial Group B encounter on Friday after their entertaining draw at the Al Rayyan Stadium, before taking on England in an all-British clash on Tuesday 29 November.
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