WALES secured their qualification for the 2022 Qatar World Cup after navigating past Austria and Ukraine in the playoffs.
A 34th-minute deflected free-kick from Gareth Bale was enough to secure a 1-0 win over Ukraine in the final playoff game.
In a post-match interview with Sky Sports the Welsh captain hailed it as "the greatest result in the history of Welsh football. We're going to a World Cup!”
It came off the back of impressive performances at the two most recent European Championships.
They reached the semi-finals and round of 16 in 2016 and 2020 respectively and they will no doubt want to transform those performances onto the world stage in November.
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When did Wales last qualify for the World Cup?
Wales’ last Fifa World Cup appearance came back in 1958.
The 1950s were a golden age for Welsh football with the likes of John Charles, Cliff Jones and Ivor Allchurch featuring.
The tournament was hosted by Sweden and became the first to be played in a Nordic country.
16 teams entered the competition of which 12 were European sides.
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