Wales have done it. Even without Bale, they have secured second place, and that now means they will be seeded in the World Cup play-off draw. There's work to be done, but Page's side ends their qualifying campaign on a high. After falling behind in the first half, they had to work hard, with Man City ace De Bruyne curling his shot into the corner in the 12th minute. Wales took their time to get going, but they grabbed an equaliser when James' cross picked out Moore, who fired past Casteels in the 32nd minute. Both teams had further chances to score, with Hazard hitting the post, while Williams saw his powerful effort tipped around the frame of the goal.