Wales manager Chris Coleman has declared that he is proud of a "superb" performance from his side against Scotland tonight.
Coleman believes that his side thoroughly deserved all three points thanks to a display which saw the visitors control possession for long spells at Hampden Park.
He told Sky Sports News: "I felt for the first 30 minutes we dominated, the players did everything we asked of them.
"After that I felt we over-complicated things and that led to the first goal. I told the players to keep it simple after the break and they did.
"Young Jonathan Williams came on for Gareth Bale and to play with that sort of confidence in this atmosphere is just superb. We played some superb stuff and I knew we needed the three points to threaten Belgium and Croatia, and we've got them."
Wales now sit third in their World Cup qualifying group ahead of Tuesday's match against Croatia at the Liberty Stadium.