Belgium's Christian Benteke (No9) attempts to head the ball above Wales' Gareth Bale during the Group B Euro 2016 qualifying match between Belgium and Wales at the King Baudouin stadium in Brussels, November 16, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
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Wales survived a late onslaught to force a goalless draw against Belgium in their Euro 2016 qualifying Group B match Sunday, with their key man Gareth Bale making a game-saving intervention in the dying seconds.Belgium, virtually camped in Wales' half for the last 10 minutes, were left to rue wasted chances in the first half, the best of which saw Nicolas Lombaerts hit the post.Wales, hoping to qualify for a major tournament for the first time since they reached the World Cup finals in 1958, are unbeaten after four games and top the group with eight points.Belgium, who have played one match less than Wales, have five points.
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