Coleman: Performance greater than point
Chris Coleman, the Wales manager, saluted his players following their well-earned UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying reason for a goalless draw with Bosnia and Herzegovina in Cardiff which put them top of Group B.
Despite the stalemate, there was clearly chances aplenty for either side with Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey and Bosnian counterpart Asmir Begovic producing superb saves to deny Miralem Pjanic and Gareth Bale respectively.
While Wales are going to be pleased with their fourth point from two matches which keeps them some part away from rivals Belgium, the home side could rue missed second-half chances which fell to Ashley Williams and Hal Robson-Kanu. Following Wales’ opening 2-1 victory in Andorra last month, Coleman was extremely delighted by the performance and result following your goalless bring in the Welsh capital.
“The performance pleased me a lot more than the point,” said Coleman. “We to ride our luck a little bit against a side like this so there was to stand approximately the task. We did that will dug deep and the players were magnificent. I’d been so like to show off them.
“In the last campaign we played good football but got beat easy. We gifted teams goals and also the mindset should be different,” explained Coleman, planning to guide Wales for their starting tournament finals Cheap FIFA 15 Coins since 1958 FIFA World Cup?. “Lads were throwing their heads before shots and now we really need that mentality.