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The Welsh football team flew back into Cardiff this afternoon following their 2-1 defeat against Macedonia last night.
Gareth Bale was out of action for that game as he continues to recover from an ankle injury - but it didn't stop fans turning out to catch a glimpse of the £85 million pound player.
Wales have been beaten 2-1 in Macedonia in their World Cup qualifying match.
Aleksandar Trajkovski scored the hosts' winner with just over ten minutes remaining.
He found himself in a great deal of space on the edge of Wales' penalty area, and shot past Boaz Myhill into the corner.
Chris Coleman's side could produce little themselves, on a difficult pitch.
New Real Madrid signing Gareth Bale remained on the bench, as he continues his comeback from a foot injury.
Wales are level 1-1 against Macedonia at half-time in their World Cup qualifier.
Ivan Trickovski fired the hosts ahead midway through the first-half in Skopje.
In-form Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey won and then converted a penalty to level the scores shortly before the break.
Craig Bellamy early hit the post with a free kick.
Gareth Bale has been named as a substitute for Wales in tonight's World Cup qualifying match against Macedonia.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has finally made it to Macedonia ahead of his side's World Cup qualifier, after he lost his passport.
Coleman was not present for Wales' pre match press conference nor their final training session at the Phillip II Arena after he had to rush to Newport on Thursday morning in order to obtain a new passport, having realised he had lost the existing document on Wednesday night.
That meant the 43 year-old could not travel with the rest of squad from Cardiff Airport and instead made the journey to Skopje from Heathrow via Vienna.
Wales manager Chris Coleman is already looking ahead to qualification for Euro 2016.
Wales were beaten at home by Croatia in their most recent competitive game in March, leaving them firmly out of contention to make it to Brazil next summer.
Coleman is now targeting a third-place finish in the group, which could improve their seeding for the draw for Euro 2016 qualification.
Wales host Serbia - the side they need to leapfrog to finish third - at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday night.
Wales face Macedonia tonight in the first part of their World Cup qualification double-header.
The build-up to the game has been overshadowed by Gareth Bale's world-record £85m transfer to Real Madrid.
Bale joined up with his Wales teammates after sealing the move, and the 24-year-old is likely to be involved from the bench tonight, as he's not judged to be fit enough to start.
Wales are flying to Macedonia today, ahead of their World Cup qualifying game in the capital Skopje tomorrow night.
Chris Coleman's side are no longer in contention to make it to the tournament in Brazil next summer, but the manager has targeted a third-placed finish in the group, behind likely qualifiers Belgium and Croatia.
After tomorrow's game in Macedonia, Wales are back at home at the Cardiff City Stadium, on Tuesday night.
The visitors will be Serbia - who thrashed them 6-1 last September and are the side Wales need to leapfrog to finish third.
New Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has been training with his Wales teammates again today, ahead of their World Cup qualifying games against Macedonia and Serbia.
The 24-year-old from Cardiff was unveiled in Madrid on Monday, after a world-record £85m move from Tottenham.
He arrived back at the Wales team hotel late on Monday night, before taking part in training yesterday.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has confirmed Bale is fit to play a part in the competitive double-header.
Wales fly out to Macedonia on Thursday ahead of Friday night's clash in Skopje.
They then face Serbia in Cardiff on 10 September.