Draw for Wales in Belgium

Wales secured a 1-1 draw in their last World Cup qualifying match away in Belgium. It was Craig Bellamy's 78th and last international appearance after announcing his retirement last week.

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'Ramsey to the rescue': The Welsh back pages

The Welsh back pages the morning after Wales draw with unbeaten World Cup qualifiers Belgium Credit: Kathryn Tresilian/ITV Cymru Wales

The Daily Post has the headline 'Ramsey to the rescue' after his late equaliser in Brussels last night. The 87th minute goal was assisted by Cardiff City's Craig Bellamy who made his final international appearance to earn the visitors a well-deserved 1-1 draw.

16-year-old Harry Wilson received his first international cap to make him the youngest ever player to represent Wales.

WalesOnline and the Western Mail front page show Chris Coleman's delight at the side's draw, with a picture of him celebrating on the sideline after Aaron Ramsey's equaliser. The paper says despite a difficult campaign, Wales has given the nation 'hope of a brighter future'.

South Wales Evening Post says the Wales team were 'massive underdogs' but showed 'immense commitment' to cause the draw with Belgium. It claims Chris Coleman will now surely be offered the two-year contract extension the Football Association of Wales had previously been stalling on.

BBC Sport claims Chris Coleman 'awaits his fate' and doesn't expect his future as Wales manager to be settled in the aftermath of last night's game.

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