All the same in the UK. This Saturday, Wales and Belgium went head-to-head
League of Nations
and drew 1-1 at Cardiff City. The visitors took the lead with Tielemans, but the British tied with Johnson at the end of the match.
After a goalless first half, Belgium started with a goal in the five minutes of the final leg. Trossard made a play on the right and played for Batsuyai, who rolled to Tylemens. The midfielder arrived with the first strike and scored a beautiful goal.
At the end of the match, desperately needing a goal, Wales attacked and were rewarded. After fixing the ball in the middle, Ramsey handed it to Johnson, who knocked out goalkeeper Castells, leaving everything the same.
With the result, Belgium reach four points and remain in second place in Group 4 of Ligue A. Wales, on the other hand, are still without a win, but have now won their first point in the national team tournament.
Wales and Belgium return to the field for the Nations League again the following Tuesday. The British face Holland away from home, while the Red Devils are committed to Poland away from home.