Wales manager Chris Coleman firmly believes that his side deserved their 2-1 win over Scotland in Friday's World Cup qualifier.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has insisted that his side deserved their dramatic 2-1 win over Scotland in Friday's World Cup qualifier in Cardiff.
The hosts went behind thanks to James Morrison's strike, but Gareth Bale scored twice in the final 10 minutes to give Wales their first victory of the campaign.
"I thought we got what we deserved tonight, we were the better team," Coleman told Sky Sports News.
"Scotland scored against the run of play but we were brave tonight and overall we moved the ball very well.
"Any time you win as a manager is a relief but two great goals by a great player has done it for us. We got what we deserved. I honestly believe that."
Coleman's side continue the qualification process with a trip to Croatia on Tuesday.
Result: Late Bale strike earns valuable Wales win >